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    Albania:
    Tirana

    Algeria:
    Algiers

    American Samoa:
    Pago Pago

    Andorra:
    Andorra la Vella

    Angola:
    Luanda

    Anguilla:
    The Valley

    Antigua and Barbuda:
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    Argentina:
    Buenos Aires

    Armenia:
    Yerevan

    Aruba:
    Oranjestad

    Australia:
    Canberra

    Austria:
    Vienna

    Azerbaijan:
    Baku (Baki)

    Bahamas, The:
    Nassau

    Bahrain:
    Manama

    Bangladesh:
    Dhaka

    Barbados:
    Bridgetown

    Belarus:
    Minsk

    Belgium:
    Brussels

    Belize:
    Belmopan

    Benin:
    Porto-Novo is the official capital; Cotonou is the seat of government

    Bermuda:
    Hamilton

    Bhutan:
    Thimphu

    Bolivia:
    La Paz (seat of government); Sucre (legal capital and seat of judiciary)

    Bosnia and Herzegovina:
    Sarajevo

    Botswana:
    Gaborone

    Brazil:
    Brasilia

    British Virgin Islands:
    Road Town

    Brunei:
    Bandar Seri Begawan

    Bulgaria:
    Sofia

    Burkina Faso:
    Ouagadougou

    Burma:
    Rangoon (regime refers to the capital as Yangon)

    Burundi:
    Bujumbura

    Cambodia:
    Phnom Penh

    Cameroon:
    Yaounde

    Canada:
    Ottawa

    Cape Verde:
    Praia

    Cayman Islands:
    George Town

    Central African Republic:
    Bangui

    Chad:
    N'Djamena

    Chile:
    Santiago

    China:
    Beijing

    Christmas Island:
    The Settlement

    Cocos (Keeling) Islands:
    West Island

    Colombia:
    Bogota

    Comoros:
    Moroni

    Congo, Democratic Republic of the:
    Kinshasa

    Congo, Republic of the:
    Brazzaville

    Cook Islands:
    Avarua

    Costa Rica:
    San Jose

    Cote d'Ivoire:
    Yamoussoukro
    note: although Yamoussoukro has been the capital since 1983, Abidjan remains the administrative center; the US, like other countries, maintains its Embassy in Abidjan

    Croatia:
    Zagreb

    Cuba:
    Havana

    Cyprus:
    Nicosia
    note: the Turkish Cypriot area's capital is Lefkosa (Nicosia)

    Czech Republic:
    Prague

    Denmark:
    Copenhagen

    Djibouti:
    Djibouti

    Dominica:
    Roseau

    Dominican Republic:
    Santo Domingo

    Ecuador:
    Quito

    Egypt:
    Cairo

    El Salvador:
    San Salvador

    Equatorial Guinea:
    Malabo

    Eritrea:
    Asmara (formerly Asmera)

    Estonia:
    Tallinn

    Ethiopia:
    Addis Ababa

    Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas):
    Stanley

    Faroe Islands:
    Torshavn

    Fiji:
    Suva

    Finland:
    Helsinki

    France:
    Paris

    French Guiana:
    Cayenne

    French Polynesia:
    Papeete

    Gabon:
    Libreville

    Gambia, The:
    Banjul

    Georgia:
    T'bilisi

    Germany:
    Berlin

    Ghana:
    Accra

    Gibraltar:
    Gibraltar

    Greece:
    Athens

    Greenland:
    Nuuk (Godthab)

    Grenada:
    Saint George's

    Guadeloupe:
    Basse-Terre

    Guam:
    Hagatna (Agana)

    Guatemala:
    Guatemala

    Guernsey:
    Saint Peter Port

    Guinea:
    Conakry

    Guinea-Bissau:
    Bissau

    Guyana:
    Georgetown

    Haiti:
    Port-au-Prince

    Holy See (Vatican City):
    Vatican City

    Honduras:
    Tegucigalpa

    Hungary:
    Budapest

    Iceland:
    Reykjavik

    India:
    New Delhi

    Indonesia:
    Jakarta

    Iran:
    Tehran

    Iraq:
    Baghdad

    Ireland:
    Dublin

    Israel:
    Jerusalem
    note: Israel proclaimed Jerusalem as its capital in 1950, but the US, like nearly all other countries, maintains its Embassy in Tel Aviv

    Italy:
    Rome

    Jamaica:
    Kingston

    Japan:
    Tokyo

    Jersey:
    Saint Helier

    Jordan:
    Amman

    Kazakhstan:
    Astana
    note: the government moved from Almaty to Astana in December 1998

    Kenya:
    Nairobi

    Kiribati:
    Tarawa

    Korea, North:
    P'yongyang

    Korea, South:
    Seoul

    Kuwait:
    Kuwait

    Kyrgyzstan:
    Bishkek

    Laos:
    Vientiane

    Latvia:
    Riga

    Lebanon:
    Beirut

    Lesotho:
    Maseru

    Liberia:
    Monrovia

    Libya:
    Tripoli

    Liechtenstein:
    Vaduz

    Lithuania:
    Vilnius

    Luxembourg:
    Luxembourg

    Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of:
    Skopje

    Madagascar:
    Antananarivo

    Malawi:
    Lilongwe

    Malaysia:
    Kuala Lumpur

    Maldives:
    Male

    Mali:
    Bamako

    Malta:
    Valletta

    Man, Isle of:
    Douglas

    Marshall Islands:
    Majuro

    Martinique:
    Fort-de-France

    Mauritania:
    Nouakchott

    Mauritius:
    Port Louis

    Mayotte:
    Mamoutzou

    Mexico:
    Mexico

    Micronesia, Federated States of:
    Palikir

    Midway Islands:
    none; administered from Washington, DC

    Moldova:
    Chisinau

    Monaco:
    Monaco

    Mongolia:
    Ulaanbaatar

    Montserrat:
    Plymouth (abandoned in 1997 due to volcanic activity; interim government buildings have been built at Brades, in the Carr's Bay/Little Bay vicinity at the northwest end of Montserrat)

    Morocco:
    Rabat

    Mozambique:
    Maputo

    Namibia:
    Windhoek

    Nauru:
    no official capital; government offices in Yaren District

    Nepal:
    Kathmandu

    Netherlands:
    Amsterdam; The Hague is the seat of government

    Netherlands Antilles:
    Willemstad

    New Caledonia:
    Noumea

    New Zealand:
    Wellington

    Nicaragua:
    Managua

    Niger:
    Niamey

    Nigeria:
    Abuja
    note: on 12 December 1991 the capital was officially moved from Lagos to Abuja; many government offices remain in Lagos pending completion of facilities in Abuja

    Niue:
    Alofi

    Norfolk Island:
    Kingston

    Northern Mariana Islands:
    Saipan

    Norway:
    Oslo

    Oman:
    Muscat

    Pakistan:
    Islamabad

    Palau:
    Koror
    note: a new capital is being built about 20 km northeast of Koror

    Panama:
    Panama

    Papua New Guinea:
    Port Moresby

    Paraguay:
    Asuncion

    Peru:
    Lima

    Philippines:
    Manila

    Pitcairn Islands:
    Adamstown

    Poland:
    Warsaw

    Portugal:
    Lisbon

    Puerto Rico:
    San Juan

    Qatar:
    Doha

    Reunion:
    Saint-Denis

    Romania:
    Bucharest

    Russia:
    Moscow

    Rwanda:
    Kigali

    Saint Helena:
    Jamestown

    Saint Kitts and Nevis:
    Basseterre

    Saint Lucia:
    Castries

    Saint Pierre and Miquelon:
    Saint-Pierre

    Saint Vincent and the Grenadines:
    Kingstown

    Samoa:
    Apia

    San Marino:
    San Marino

    Sao Tome and Principe:
    Sao Tome

    Saudi Arabia:
    Riyadh

    Senegal:
    Dakar

    Serbia and Montenegro:
    Belgrade (Serbia), Podgorica (Montenegro)

    Seychelles:
    Victoria

    Sierra Leone:
    Freetown

    Singapore:
    Singapore

    Slovakia:
    Bratislava

    Slovenia:
    Ljubljana

    Solomon Islands:
    Honiara

    Somalia:
    Mogadishu

    South Africa:
    Pretoria; note - Cape Town is the legislative center and Bloemfontein the judicial center

    South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands:
    none; Grytviken on South Georgia is the garrison town

    Spain:
    Madrid

    Sri Lanka:
    Colombo

    Sudan:
    Khartoum

    Suriname:
    Paramaribo

    Svalbard:
    Longyearbyen

    Swaziland:
    Mbabane; note - Lobamba is the royal and legislative capital

    Sweden:
    Stockholm

    Switzerland:
    Bern

    Syria:
    Damascus

    Taiwan:
    Taipei

    Tajikistan:
    Dushanbe

    Tanzania:
    Dar es Salaam
    note: some government offices have been transferred to Dodoma, which is planned as the new national capital; the National Assembly now meets there on regular basis

    Thailand:
    Bangkok

    Togo:
    Lome

    Tokelau:
    none; each atoll has its own administrative center

    Tonga:
    Nuku'alofa

    Trinidad and Tobago:
    Port-of-Spain

    Tunisia:
    Tunis

    Turkey:
    Ankara

    Turkmenistan:
    Ashgabat

    Turks and Caicos Islands:
    Cockburn Town (on Grand Turk)

    Tuvalu:
    Funafuti

    Uganda:
    Kampala

    Ukraine:
    Kiev (Kyyiv)

    United Arab Emirates:
    Abu Dhabi

    United Kingdom:
    London

    United States:
    Washington, DC

    Uruguay:
    Montevideo

    Uzbekistan:
    Tashkent (Toshkent)

    Vanuatu:
    Port-Vila

    Venezuela:
    Caracas

    Vietnam:
    Hanoi

    Virgin Islands:
    Charlotte Amalie

    Wallis and Futuna:
    Mata-Utu (on Ile Uvea)

    Western Sahara:
    none

    Yemen:
    Sanaa

    Zambia:
    Lusaka

    Zimbabwe:
    Harare

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