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Capitals of Europe in 1870

Can you name the capital cities of European countries in 1870?
Includes de facto independent entities.
Quiz by Dekkie
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Last updated: May 31, 2020
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First submittedMay 31, 2020
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Country
City
Andorra
Andorra la Vella
Austria-Hungary
Vienna
Budapest
Baden
Karlsruhe
Bavaria
Munich
Belgium
Brussels
Denmark
Copenhagen
France
Paris
Greece
Athens
Hesse
Darmstadt
Country
City
Italy
Florence
Liechtenstein
Vaduz
Luxembourg
Luxembourg
Monaco
Monaco
Montenegro
Cetinje
Netherlands
Amsterdam
North German Confederation
Berlin
Ottoman Empire
Constantinople
Papal States
Rome
Portugal
Lisbon
Country
City
Romania
Bucharest
Russia
Saint Petersburg
San Marino
San Marino
Serbia
Belgrade
Spain
Madrid
Sweden-Norway
Stockholm
Christiania
Switzerland
Bern
United Kingdom
London
Württemberg
Stuttgart
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Level 68
Jul 8, 2022
Interesting quiz! A good reminder of what has changed in Europe, and what hasn't
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Level 70
Jul 8, 2022
Fun little quiz. Any particular reason most endonyms are accepted but not all?

There's not really a *need* to accept non-English names in an English quiz, but it seemed a bit unusual to accept so many of them without accepting all of them. (Granted, a fair number of them don't need to be accepted because they are the same in English, but still..)

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Level 55
Jul 9, 2022
Not sure what you mean here, considering this quiz uses mainly default type-ins, with the exception of Montenegro's capital and the historical name for Norway's capital.
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Level 70
Jul 10, 2022
Ah, it's just that the default endonyms are weird, got it. I didn't realize what with how many quizzes (of those I take at least) use their own type-in sets.

Consider adding them, or at least Konstantiniyye, for coolness factor, but you do you. ;)