Capital city etymologies map quiz

A real challenge for people who know their capital cities! The map shows 50 capitals with interesting etymologies - identify the capital from the etymology.
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Last updated: September 30, 2021
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First submittedSeptember 30, 2021
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Abode of Islam
Abode of Kings
Abode of Love
Black Pool
Crocodile River
Danish Castle
East Capital
End of an elephant's trunk
Fair winds
Father of Gazelle
Flat Land
Free Town
Holy Saviour
I saw a mountain
Lion City
Little Castle City
Live In Peace
Log Islet
Low Land
Meeting place
Merchant's Harbour
Muddy Confluence
New Flower
New Port
North Capital
Palace Field
Place of Rest
Place of the Red Sandstone
Red Hero
Saint Joseph
Saint Thomas
Smoky Bay
Sticky Tree
Stone City
The Islands
The Peace
The Victorious
Three Cities
Under the Small Hill
Victorious Deed
Warm Springs
White City
Windy Corner
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Level 56
Oct 11, 2021
There's no evidence for what Canberra's named after. It's generally said to be from Kambera which means meeting place except its most likely Kambera is derived from Ngambra which refers to the two mountains in the city and also a body part.