Countries where Highest Peak is Separated from Capital

Find all the countries where the highest peak lies on a different landmass (island, exclave, continent, ...) than the capital city
To make it more fun ALL dependencies are included, but not Antarctic claims
Quiz by Djilas
Last updated: March 28, 2017
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First submittedMarch 28, 2017
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2745 m
Australia (Heard Island)
63 m
Bahamas (Cat Island)
1850 m
Brunei (Temburong district)
2829 m
Cape Verde (Fogo)
3700 m
Denmark (Greenland)
2629 m
Egypt (Sinai)
4884 m
Indonesia (New Guinea)
81 m
Kiribati (Banaba)
4095 m
Malaysia (Borneo)
2 m
Maldives (Villingili)
10 m
Marshall Islands (Likiep Atoll)
877 m
Netherlands (Saba)
3754 m
New Zealand (South Island)
3475 m
Panama (west of canal)
2954 m
Philippines (Mindanao)
2351 m
Portugal (Pico Island)
1857 m
Samoa (Savai'i)
1950 m
South Korea (Jeju Island)
3718 m
Spain (Tenerife)
1033 m
Tonga (Kao)
5 m
Tuvalu (Niulakita)
2934 m
United Kingdom (South Georgia)
6194 m
United States of America (Alaska)
1879 m
Vanuatu (Espiritu Santo)
Level 84
Mar 28, 2017
Equatorial guinea could soon be added if Oyala becomes the capital.
Level 82
Apr 3, 2017
Interesting – I was disapointed indeed to learn that the highest peak is on the island as well :)