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World Capitals in the Answer

All the blanks are world capitals. Based on the clues, guess the missing words.
Answer must correspond to the yellow box
Try also the countries' version
Quiz by Aaron197
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Last updated: September 16, 2022
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First submittedNovember 16, 2020
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Clue
Answer
People with this condition
sympathize with their captors
Stockholm Syndrome
Former name of New York
New Amsterdam
Military alliance similar to NATO
Warsaw Pact
Also known as a butter bean
Lima Bean
A type of jelly donut
Berliner
Real Madrid's home stadium
Santiago Bernabéu
1993 Israeli–Palestinian
peace agreement
Oslo Accords
Gene Kelly movie
An American in Paris
Wes Anderson movie starring
multiple Hollywood stars
The Grand
Budapest Hotel
Final match between
Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier
Thrilla in Manila
ISIS leader killed in 2019
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
Clue
Answer
2018 Camila Cabello hit
Havana
British commander at Waterloo
Duke of Wellington
Nickname of Jane Fonda
Hanoi Jane
One of the Spice Girls
Victoria Beckham
Trans-Saharan off road race
1972–2007
Dakar Rally
English city called "Hull" for short
Kingston upon Hull
Cross on England's flag
Saint George's
Cross
Former execution site which is
defended by ravens
Tower of London
World's third tallest structure
Tokyo Skytree
Green vegetable unpopular
among children
Brussels Sprout
Lebanon's second biggest city
Tripoli
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Level 81
Nov 17, 2020
very good
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Level 86
Nov 17, 2020
Fun quiz! I like how it mixed in different countries with other "capital named" cities, makes you think.
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Level 86
Nov 17, 2020
And jelly donut was an excellent clue. :-)
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Level 86
Oct 5, 2022
Ich bin ein...
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Level 82
Nov 17, 2020
OMG it drives me nuts when I type the right answer and it doesn't work, and then I take the quiz again and it does.

"How is the answer not a Berliner?"

I was right! Why doesn't it work?

"Oh, now it @&#!ing works. Why didn't it work before?!"

(Dies a little inside)

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Level 63
Nov 18, 2020
If it works when taking the quiz again right away, you had a typo. Happens.
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Level 65
Feb 3, 2021
Yeah sometimes I am so absolutely convinced that I typed it right the first time, but I know deep down that there must have been a typo...
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Level 64
Feb 3, 2021
Very good. Well done.
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Level 62
Feb 3, 2021
The tokyo skytree is not the second tallest structure in the world, but the second tallest freestanding structure. The honor of second tallest goes to the petronius oil platform.
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Level 66
Feb 3, 2021
Good quiz, can you please try my quizzes.
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Level 70
Feb 3, 2021
Anyone else absent-mindedly type "Tbilisi" for the Georgia one?
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Level 67
Feb 3, 2021
I /knew/ it wasn't, but I tried anyway.
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Level 78
Feb 9, 2021
Well...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_Georgia_(Tbilisi)

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Level 55
Jan 14, 2022
Right after that didn't work I tried Batumi.. it's the capital of a region, not a country.
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Level 53
Feb 4, 2021
thought tripoli was in libya?
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Level 55
Feb 4, 2021
There can be multiple cities with the same name (ex: Athens, Georgia, USA vs Athens, Greece)
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Level 75
Sep 6, 2022
...other examples are Paris, Texas, and er, the other Paris...

...and then there's London, Ohio, and erm, the other London...

...oh, and Cairo, Illinois....

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Level 83
Sep 16, 2022
And here, I thought London was in Ontario! No?

Meanwhile, Ontario is in Southern California! ;-)

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Level 84
Sep 16, 2022
They packed up Tripoli in the middle of the night and sent it off to Lebanon in a large moving truck.

Oh, wait...that was the Colts. Never mind.

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Level 72
Nov 3, 2022
It's a name meaning "three cities" so it could be used wherever there was an urban three-way hook-up in the Greek world :)
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Level 56
Mar 14, 2022
fun idea!
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Level 65
Sep 18, 2022
Tokyo Skytree is now the third tallest structure. It's been overtaken by Merdeka 118.
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Level ∞
Sep 18, 2022
Updated
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Level 85
Sep 18, 2022
Yes, I remember when JFK said "Ich bin ein Berliner" while waving around a jelly donut.
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Level 39
Oct 7, 2022
Feel like St George's cross could also be accepted I was wondering if my memory wasn't working when it wasn't correct.
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Level 64
Nov 3, 2022
Well done and thanks
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Level 72
Nov 3, 2022
In Berlin, John F. Kennedy said "Ich bin ein Berliner". As Ronald Reagan was visiting Hamburg, he said "I'm a Hamburger."
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Level 58
Dec 14, 2022
“Hamburger” is actually the correct term to call somebody from Hamburg lol
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Level 88
Nov 3, 2022
When I read "One of the spice girls" I said to myself. "Ginger, Posh, Scary, Baby and Sporty", none of those are national capitols.
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Level 75
Nov 5, 2022
An American in Paris is also a great piece by Gershwin.