Capitals with No Consecutive Vowels or Consonants

Name the national capitals with no consecutive vowels or consonants in their names.

Example of consecutive vowels: Prague. Example of consecutive consonants: London.

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Y is counted as a consonant
Letters separated by a space or apostrophe count as consecutive e.g. San Marino, Nukuʻalofa
Capitals as per Quizmaster's "World Capitals Quiz"
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Last updated: September 10, 2019
First submittedAugust 30, 2019
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Average score68.2%
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Africa
Asia
Europe
North America
South America
Oceania
A-C
Abuja
Baku
Bamako
Bogotá
Caracas
D-H
Dakar
Dili
Dodoma
Doha
Funafuti
Gaborone
Gitega
Harare
Havana
J-L
Jerusalem
Juba
Kabul
Kigali
La Paz
Lima
Lomé
Lusaka
M
Majuro
Malabo
Malé
Manama
Manila
Maputo
Maseru
Monaco
Moroni
P-R
Palikir
Paramaribo
Paris
Rabat
Riga
Rome
S-Y
Sarajevo
Suva
Tirana
Tunis
Vaduz
Yaren
Yerevan
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