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  • 1. Asian Countries and capitals
  • 2. Hunger Games
  • 3. Capitol
  • 4. CapitalA capital city is the area of a country,province, region, or state consideredto enjoy primary status; althoughthere are exceptions, a capital istypically a city that physicallyencompasses the offices and meetingplaces of the seat of government andis usually fixed by law or by theconstitution.
  • 5. Political Capital• A capital city that is also the prime economic, cultural, or intellectual centre of a nation or an empire is sometimes referred to as a primate city.
  • 6. Afghanistan
  • 7. Brunei-Darussalam
  • 8. China
  • 9. East Timor
  • 10. India
  • 11. Indonesia
  • 12. IraQ
  • 13. Israel
  • 14. South korea
  • 15. North Korea
  • 16. Malaysia
  • 17. Saudi Arabia
  • 18. Egypt
  • 19. Singapore
  • 20. Thailand
  • 21. Taiwan
  • 22. Iran
  • 23. Vietnam
  • 24. Japan
  • 25. United Arab Emirate
  • 26. Cambodia Phnom-Penh
  • 27. Closing Prayer

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