Capitals Closest to Each European Capital

Which world capital is closest to each of Europe's capitals?
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capital
closest capital
Amsterdam
Brussels
Andorra la Vella
Madrid
Athens
Skopje
Belgrade
Sarajevo
Berlin
Prague
Bern
Vaduz
Bratislava
Vienna
Brussels
Amsterdam
Bucharest
Sofia
Budapest
Bratislava
Chişinău
Bucharest
Copenhagen
Berlin
Dublin
London
Helsinki
Tallinn
Kiev
Chişinău
Lisbon
Madrid
capital
closest capital
Ljubljana
Zagreb
London
Brussels
Luxembourg
Brussels
Madrid
Andorra la Vella
Minsk
Vilnius
Monaco
Bern
Moscow
Minsk
Nuuk
Reykjavik
Oslo
Stockholm
Paris
Brussels
Podgorica
Tirana
Prague
Vienna
Pristina
Skopje
Reykjavik
Tórshavn
Riga
Tallinn
Rome
Vatican City
capital
closest capital
San Marino
Vatican City
Sarajevo
Podgorica
Skopje
Pristina
Sofia
Skopje
Stockholm
Tallinn
Tallinn
Helsinki
Tirana
Podgorica
Tórshavn
Reykjavík
Vaduz
Bern
Valletta
Tripoli
Vatican City
Rome
Vienna
Bratislava
Vilnius
Minsk
Warsaw
Vilnius
Zagreb
Ljubljana
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Level 70
Jul 16, 2015
grumble grumble edinburgh belfast cardiff grumble grumble tórshavn nuuk grumble grumble.
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Level 75
Jul 17, 2015
When Grumble becomes the capital of somewhere we'll be sure to add it :)
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Level 62
Jul 22, 2015
I would disagree about including Torshavn and Nuuk in this quiz. They are not capitals of the independent states while all the others are. If you want to include them, I see no reason why you shouldn't include Maarianhamina, Edinburgh, Belfast, Cardiff, Barcelona, Vitoria, Seville or Santiago de Compostela.

And there should be no place for Pristina - Kosovo is a part of Serbia :)

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Level 75
Jul 22, 2015
You make a fair point. Differing countries have varying degrees of autonomy that make a black-and-white declaration of what is an independent country, and what is not, impossible. Using your logic though you'd also need to throw out Micronesia and Marshall Islands from being countries (two nations that generally appear on Jetpunk as "countries") because their foreign policies are under US control. I agree with you that Kosovo is a bit of a dodgy entry given that it is recognised diplomatically by fewer countries (108) than Palestine (135). But Greenland's parliament's decision to leave the European Union, while the country of Denmark chooses to remain within it, marks it as sufficiently independent in our view to be considered a separate country.
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Level 43
Jul 11, 2016
more time !