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  1. 1. Countries and Regions of the World m A to Z A World Countries List keywords: countries in the world, official names, English country names, French country names, pays du monde, local country name How many countries are there in the world? Since South Sudan became an independent state on 9 July 2011, there are now 195 independent sovereign states in the world (including disputed but defacto independent Taiwan), plus about 60 dependent areas, and five disputed territories, like Kosovo. This is a list of countries and areas in the world in alphabetical order, with the official names and alternative names. English and French country names as well as local names of the countries. Links will lead you to the respective One World - Nations Online Bookmark/share this page 964
  2. 2. country information and internet resources page. Each country profile provides links to official web sites of a nation/territory, information on geography, maps, the national flag, history, culture, tourist destinations, its population and languages, the capital and the largest cities, education, economy and much more. Countries: A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | Y | Z A English Name French Name Local Name Region Afghanistan Afghanistan Afghanestan South-Central Asia Albania Albanie Shqiperia Southern Europe Algeria Algérie Al Jaza'ir Northern Africa American Samoa Samoa Américaines American Samoa Polynesia, Oceania Andorra Andorre Andorra Southern Europe Angola Angola Angola Central Africa Anguilla Anguilla Anguilla Leeward Islands, Caribbean Antarctica Antarctique Antarctica Antarctica Antigua and Barbuda Antigua-et-Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda Leeward Islands, Caribbean Argentina Argentine Argentina Southern South America Armenia Arménie Hayastan Western Asia
  3. 3. Aruba Aruba Aruba Leeward Islands, Caribbean Australia Australie Australia Australia/Oceania Austria Autriche Österreich Western Europe Azerbaijan Azerbaïdjan Azarbaycan Caucasus, Western Asia B Bahamas Bahamas Bahamas Caribbean Bahrain Bahreïn Al Bahrayn Arabian Peninsula, Middle East Bangladesh Bangladesh Bangladesh South-Central Asia Barbados Barbade Barbados Lesser Antilles, Caribbean Belarus Bélarus Byelarus Eastern Europe Belgium Belgique Belgique/Belgie Western Europe Belize Belize Belize Central America Benin Bénin Benin West Africa Bermuda Bermudes Bermuda North America Bhutan Bhoutan Bhutan South-Central Asia Bolivia Bolivie Bolivia Central South America Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnie-Herzégovine Bosna i Hercegovina Southern Europe Botswana Botswana Botswana Southern Africa Brazil Brésil Brasil Central Eastern South America Brunei Darussalam Brunéi Darussalam Negara Brunei Darussalam Southeast Asia Bulgaria Bulgarie Bulgaria Balkan, Eastern Europe Burkina Faso Burkina Faso Burkina Faso West Africa Burundi Burundi Burundi Eastern Africa, African Great Lakes C Cambodia Cambodge Kampuchea South-East Asia Cameroon Cameroun Cameroon Central Africa Canada Canada Canada North North America Cape Verde Cap-Vert Cabo Verde West Africa Cayman Islands Caïmanes, Îles Cayman Islands Greater Antilles, Caribbean Central African Republic Centrafricaine, République Republique Centrafricaine Central Africa
  4. 4. Chad Tchad Tchad Central Africa Chile Chili Chile Western South America China Chine Zhong Guo Eastern Asia Christmas Island Île Christmas Christmas Island Southeast Asia Cocos (Keeling) Islands Îles Cocos (Keeling) Cocos (Keeling) Islands South-East Asia, Australia Colombia Colombie Colombia North West South America Comoros Comores Comores Eastern Africa Democratic Republic of the Congo (Kinshasa) Congo, La République Démocratique du République Démocratique du Congo Central Africa Congo, Republic of (Brazzaville) République du Congo République du Congo Central Africa Cook Islands Îles Cook Cook Islands Polynesia, Oceania Costa Rica Costa Rica Costa Rica Central America Ivory Coast Côte D'ivoire Cote d'Ivoire West Africa Croatia Croatie Hrvatska Southern Europe Cuba Cuba Cuba Greater Antilles, Caribbean Cyprus Chypre Kibris, Kypros Mediterranean, Western Asia Czech Republic République Tchèque Ceska Republika Eastern Europe English Name French Name Local Name Region D Denmark Danemark Danmark Northern Europe Djibouti Djibouti Djibouti Eastern Africa Dominica Dominique Dominica Lesser Antilles, Caribbean Dominican Republic Dominicaine, République Dominicana, Republica Greater Antilles, Caribbean E East Timor (Timor-Leste) Timor-Leste (Timor Oriental) Timor South-East Asia Ecuador Équateur Ecuador North West South America Egypt Égypte Misr Africa, Middle East El Salvador El Salvador El Salvador Central America Equatorial Guinea Guinée Équatoriale Guinea Ecuatorial Central Africa Eritrea Érythrée Hagere Ertra Eastern Africa Estonia Estonie Eesti Vabariik Northern Europe
  5. 5. Ethiopia Éthiopie Ityop'iya Eastern Africa F Falkland Islands Falkland, Îles (Malvinas) Islas Malvinas Southern South America Faroe Islands Îles Féroé Foroyar Northern Europe Fiji Fidji Fiji Melanesia, Oceania Finland Finlande Suomen Tasavalta Northern Europe France France France Western Europe French Guiana Guyane Française Guyane Northern South America French Polynesia Polynésie Française Polynésie Française Polynesia, Oceania French Southern Territories Terres Australes Françaises Terres Australes et Antarctiques Françaises Southern South America, Antarctic G Gabon Gabon Gabon Central Africa Gambia Gambie The Gambia West Africa Georgia Géorgie Sak'art'velo Western Asia Germany Allemagne Deutschland Western Europe Ghana Ghana Ghana West Africa Gibraltar Gibraltar Gibraltar Southern Europe Great Britain Grande-Bretagne Great Britain Northern Europe Greece Grèce Ellas or Ellada Southern Europe Greenland Groenland Kalaallit Nunaat North America Grenada Grenade Grenada Lesser Antilles, Caribbean Guadeloupe Guadeloupe Guadeloupe Lesser Antilles, Caribbean Guam Guam Guam Micronesia, Oceania Guatemala Guatemala Guatemala Central America Guinea Guinéee Guinee West Africa Guinea-Bissau Guinée-Bissau Guine-Bissau West Africa Guyana Guyana Guyana North Eastern South America H English Name French Name Local Name Region Haiti Haïti Haiti Greater Antilles, Caribbean Holy See Saint-Siège (État de la Cité du Vatican) Status Civitatis Vaticanæ Southern Europe within Italy Honduras Honduras Honduras Central America Hong Kong Hong-Kong Xianggang Eastern Asia Hungary Hongrie Magyarorszag Eastern Europe
  6. 6. I Iceland Islande Lyoveldio Island Northern Europe India Inde Bharat South-Central Asia Indonesia Indonésie Indonesia Maritime South- East Asia Iran (Islamic Republic of) République Islamique d' Iran Iran South-Central Asia Iraq Iraq Iraq Middle East, Western Asia Ireland Irlande Éire Northern Europe Israel Israël Yisra'el Middle East, Western Asia Italy Italie Italia Southern Europe J Jamaica Jamaïque Jamaica Greater Antilles, Caribbean Japan Japon Nippon Eastern Asia Jordan Jordanie Al Urdun Middle East, Western Asia K Kazakhstan Kazakstan Qazaqstan Central Asia Kenya Kenya Kenya Eastern Africa Kiribati Kiribati Kiribati, Kiribas Micronesia, Oceania Korea, Democratic People's Rep. (North Korea) Corée, République Populaire Démocratique de Choson Eastern Asia Korea, Republic of (South Korea) Corée, République de Han-guk Eastern Asia Kosovo Kosovo Albanian: : Kosova ou Kosovë, Serbian: Kosovo, Косово Southern Europe Kuwait Koweït Al Kuwayt Middle East, Western Asia Kyrgyzstan Kirghizistan Kyrgyz Respublikasy Central Asia L Lao, People's Democratic Republic Lao, République Démocratique Populaire Lao South-East Asia
  7. 7. Latvia Lettonie Latvija Northern Europe Lebanon Liban Lubnan Middle East, Western Asia Lesotho Lesotho Lesotho Southern Africa Liberia Libéria Liberia West Africa Libya Libye Libiyah Northern Africa Liechtenstein Liechtenstein Liechtenstein Western Europe Lithuania Lituanie Lietuva Northern Europe Luxembourg Luxembourg Luxembourg, Letzebuerg Western Europe M Macau Macao Aomen Eastern Asia Macedonia, Rep. of Macédoine, l'ex- République Yougoslave de Makedonija Southern Europe Madagascar Madagascar Madagascar Eastern Africa Malawi Malawi Malawi Eastern Africa Malaysia Malaisie Malaysia Southeast Asia Maldives Maldives Dhivehi Raajje South-Central Asia Mali Mali Mali West Africa Malta Malte Malta Southern Europe Marshall Islands Îles Marshall Marshall Islands Micronesia, Oceania Martinique Martinique Martinique Lesser Antilles, Caribbean Mauritania Mauritanie Muritaniyah West Africa Mauritius Île Maurice Mauritius Eastern Africa Mayotte Mayotte Mayotte Eastern Africa Mexico Mexique Estados Unidos Mexicanos North America Micronesia, Federal States of États Fédérés de Micronésie Micronesia Micronesia, Oceania Moldova, Republic of Moldova, République de Moldova Eastern Europe Monaco Monaco Monaco Southern Europe Mongolia Mongolie Mongol Uls Eastern Asia Montenegro Monténégro Crna Gora Southern Europe Montserrat Montserrat Montserrat Lesser Antilles, Caribbean Morocco Maroc Al Maghrib Northern Africa Mozambique Mozambique Mocambique Eastern Africa
  8. 8. Myanmar, Burma Myanmar, Birmanie Myanma Naingngandaw Southeast Asia N English Name French Name Local Name Region Namibia Namibie Namibia Southern Africa Nauru Nauru Nauru Micronesia, Oceania Nepal Népal Nepal South-Central Asia Netherlands Pays-Bas Nederland/Holland Western Europe Netherlands Antilles Antilles Néerlandaises Nederlandse Antillen Caribbean New Caledonia Nouvelle- Calédonie Nouvelle-Calédonie Melanesia, Oceania New Zealand Nouvelle-Zélande Aotearoa Oceania; Australia Nicaragua Nicaragua Nicaragua Central America Niger Niger Niger West Africa Nigeria Nigéria Nigeria West Africa Niue Nioué Niue Polynesia, Oceania Northern Mariana Islands Îles Mariannes du Nord Northern Mariana Islands Micronesia, Oceania Norway Norvège Norge Northern Europe O Oman Oman Saltanat Uman Middle East P Pakistan Pakistan Pakistan South-Central Asia Palau Palaos Belau Micronesia, Oceania Palestinian territories Autorité Nationale Palestinienne Filastin Middle East, Western Asia Panama Panama Panama Central America Papua New Guinea Papouasie- Nouvelle-Guinée Papua Niu Gini Maritime Southeast Asia, Melanesia, Oceania Paraguay Paraguay Paraguay Central South America
  9. 9. Peru Pérou Peru Western South America Philippines Philippines Pilipinas Southeast Asia Pitcairn Island Pitcairn Pitcairn Island Polynesia, Oceania Poland Pologne Polska Eastern Europe Portugal Portugal Portugal Southern Europe Puerto Rico Porto Rico Puerto Rico Greater Antilles, Caribbean Q Qatar Qatar Dawlat Qatar Arabian Peninsula, Middle East R Reunion Island Ile de la Réunion Ile de la Réunion Eastern Africa Romania Roumanie Romania Eastern Europe Russian Federation Russie, Fédération de Rossiya Eastern Europe - Northern Asia Rwanda Rwanda Rwanda Eastern Africa, African Great Lakes S Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint-Kitts-et- Nevis Lesser Antilles, Caribbean Saint Lucia Sainte-Lucie Saint Lucia Lesser Antilles, Caribbean Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Saint-Vincent-et- les Grenadines Lesser Antilles, Caribbean Samoa Samoa Samoa Polynesia, Oceania San Marino Saint-Marin San Marino Southern Europe within Italy Sao Tome and Principe Sao Tomé-et- Principe Sao Tome e Principe Central Africa Saudi Arabia Arabie Saoudite Al Arabiyah as Suudiyah Arabian Peninsula, Middle East Senegal Sénégal Senegal West Africa Serbia Serbie Srbija Southern Europe Seychelles Seychelles Seychelles Eastern Africa Sierra Leone Sierra Leone Sierra Leone West Africa Singapore Singapour Singapore Southeast Asia Slovakia (Slovak Republic) Slovaquie Slovensko Eastern Europe
  10. 10. Slovenia Slovénie Slovenija Southern Europe Solomon Islands Salomon, Îles Solomon Islands Melanesia, Oceania Somalia Somalie Somalia Eastern Africa South Africa Afrique du Sud South Africa Southern Africa South Sudan Soudan du Sud South Sudan East-Central Africa Spain Espagne España Southern Europe Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Sri Lanka South-Central Asia Sudan Soudan As-Sudan Northern Africa Suriname Suriname Suriname North-Eastern South America Swaziland Swaziland Swaziland Southern Africa Sweden Suède Sverige Northern Europe Switzerland Suisse Schweiz (German), Suisse (French), Svizzera (Italian) Western Europe Syria, Syrian Arab Republic Syrienne, République Arabe Suriyah Middle East, Western Asia T English Name French Name Local Name Region Taiwan (Republic of China) Taïwan, Province de Chine T'ai-wan Eastern Asia Tajikistan Tadjikistan Jumhurii Tojikiston Central Asia Tanzania; officially the United Republic of Tanzania Tanzanie, République-Unie de Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania Eastern Africa Thailand Thaïlande Prathet Thai South-East Asia Tibet Tibet Bod South-Central Asia Timor-Leste (East Timor) Timor-Leste (Timor Oriental) Timor Maritime South-East Asia Togo Togo Republique Togolaise West Africa Tokelau Tokelau Tokelau Oceania/Australia Tonga Tonga Tonga Polynesia, Oceania Trinidad and Tobago Trinité-et-Tobago Trinidad, Tobago Northern South America, Caribbean Tunisia Tunisie Tunis Northern Africa Turkey Turquie Turkiye Southeastern Europe, Western Asia Turkmenistan Turkménistan Turkmenistan Central Asia Turks and Caicos Islands Turks et Caïques, Îles Turks and Caicos Islands Caribbean, parts of the Bahamas island chain. Tuvalu Tuvalu Tuvalu Polynesia, Oceania
  11. 11. U Ugandax Ouganda Uganda Eastern Africa Ukraine Ukraine Ukrayina Eastern Europe United Arab Emirates Émirats Arabes Unis Al Imarat al Arabiyah al Muttahidah Arabian Peninsula, Middle East United Kingdom Royaume-Uni United Kingdom Northern Europe United States États-Unis United States North America Uruguay Uruguay Republica Oriental del Uruguay Central East South America Uzbekistan Ouzbékistan Uzbekiston Respublikasi Central Asia V Vanuatu Vanuatu Vanuatu Melanesia, Oceania Vatican City State (Holy See) Saint-Siège (État de la Cité du Vatican) Status Civitatis Vaticanæ Southern Europe within Italy Venezuela Venezuela Venezuela Northern South America Vietnam Viêt Nam Viet Nam South-East Asia Virgin Islands (British) Îles Vierges Britanniques Lesser Antilles, Caribbean Virgin Islands (U.S.) Îles Vierges des États-Unis Virgin Islands Lesser Antilles, Caribbean W Wallis and Futuna Islands Wallis et Futuna Wallis et Futuna Polynesia, Oceania Western Sahara Sahara Occidental Aṣ-Ṣaḥrā’ al- Gharbīyah Northern Africa Y Yemen Yémen Al Yaman Arabian Peninsula, Middle East Z Zambia Zambie Zambia Eastern Africa Zimbabwe Zimbabwe Zimbabwe Eastern Africa Related Categories: Country Names in Arabic Country Names in Chinese Country Names in German
  12. 12. Country Names in Italian Country Names in Russian Country Names in Spanish Flags of the Nations of the World Languages of the World World Population by Continents and Countries. The Independent States of the World. Countries of the World by Area List of world capitals As the capital cities of their countries, these 197 towns differ greatly in terms of safety, prices, health care, pollutions level and other conditions, these all is called the quality of life. What is the best of them to live in? The world's number one place for living is the Australian capital Canberra, followed by the Canadian Ottawa. For travel most tourists choose the Great Britain's capital city London, it is the most visited town in the world. The second one is Bangkok and in the third place is world famous Paris. Alphabetical list of all countries and capitals of the world Country Capital city A Afghanistan Kabul Albania Tirana Algeria Algiers Andorra Andorra la Vella Angola Luanda Antigua and Barbuda Saint John's Argentina Buenos Aires Armenia Yerevan Australia Canberra Austria Vienna Azerbaijan Baku B Bahamas Nassau Bahrain Manama Bangladesh Dhaka Barbados Bridgetown Belarus Minsk Belgium Brussels Belize Belmopan Benin Porto-Novo Bhutan Thimphu Bolivia La Paz (administrative); Sucre (judicial)
  13. 13. Country Capital city Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo Botswana Gaborone Brazil Brasilia Brunei Bandar Seri Begawan Bulgaria Sofia Burkina Faso Ouagadougou Burundi Bujumbura C Cabo Verde Praia Cambodia Phnom Penh Cameroon Yaoundé Canada Ottawa Central African Republic Bangui Chad N'Djamena Chile Santiago China Beijing Colombia Bogotá Comoros Moroni Congo, Republic of the Brazzaville Congo, Democratic Republic of the Kinshasa Costa Rica San Jose Cote d'Ivoire Yamoussoukro Croatia Zagreb Cuba Havana Cyprus Nicosia Czech Republic Prague D Denmark Copenhagen Djibouti Djibouti (city) Dominica Roseau Dominican Republic Santo Domingo E Ecuador Quito Egypt Cairo El Salvador San Salvador Equatorial Guinea Malabo Eritrea Asmara Estonia Tallinn Ethiopia Addis Ababa F Fiji Suva Finland Helsinki France Paris G Gabon Libreville Gambia Banjul Georgia Tbilisi Germany Berlin Ghana Accra
  14. 14. Country Capital city Greece Athens Grenada St. George's Guatemala Guatemala City Guinea Conakry Guinea-Bissau Bissau Guyana Georgetown H Haiti Port-au-Prince Honduras Tegucigalpa Hungary Budapest I Iceland Reykjavik India New Delhi Indonesia Jakarta Iran Tehran Iraq Baghdad Ireland Dublin Israel Jerusalem Italy Rome J Jamaica Kingston Japan Tokyo Jordan Amman K Kazakhstan Astana Kenya Nairobi Kiribati South Tarawa Kosovo Pristina Kuwait Kuwait City Kyrgyzstan Bishkek L Laos Vientiane Latvia Riga Lebanon Beirut Lesotho Maseru Liberia Monrovia Libya Tripoli Liechtenstein Vaduz Lithuania Vilnius Luxembourg Luxembourg Country Capital city M Macedonia Skopje Madagascar Antananarivo Malawi Lilongwe Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Maldives Male Mali Bamako Malta Valletta
  15. 15. Country Capital city Marshall Islands Majuro Mauritania Nouakchott Mauritius Port Louis Mexico Mexico City Micronesia Palikir Moldova Chisinau Monaco Monaco Mongolia Ulaanbaatar Montenegro Podgorica Morocco Rabat Mozambique Maputo Myanmar (Burma) Naypyidaw N Namibia Windhoek Nauru Yaren District Nepal Kathmandu Netherlands Amsterdam New Zealand Wellington Nicaragua Managua Niger Niamey Nigeria Abuja North Korea Pyongyang Norway Oslo O Oman Muscat P Pakistan Islamabad Palau Ngerulmud Palestine Ramallah Panama Panama City Papua New Guinea Port Moresby Paraguay Asunción Peru Lima Philippines Manila Poland Warsaw Portugal Lisbon Q Qatar Doha R Romania Bucharest Russia Moscow Rwanda Kigali S Saint Kitts and Nevis Basseterre Saint Lucia Castries Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Kingstown Samoa Apia San Marino San Marino Sao Tome and Principe São Tomé
  16. 16. Country Capital city Saudi Arabia Riyadh Senegal Dakar Serbia Belgrade Seychelles Victoria Sierra Leone Freetown Singapore Singapore Slovakia Bratislava Slovenia Ljubljana Solomon Islands Honiara Somalia Mogadishu South Africa Pretoria (administrative); Cape Town (legislative); Bloemfontein (judicial) South Korea Seoul South Sudan Juba Spain Madrid Sri Lanka Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte Sudan Khartoum Suriname Paramaribo Swaziland Mbabane Sweden Stockholm Switzerland Bern Syria Damascus T Taiwan Taipei Tajikistan Dushanbe Tanzania Dodoma Thailand Bangkok Timor-Leste Dili Togo Lomé Tonga Nukuʻalofa Trinidad and Tobago Port of Spain Tunisia Tunis Turkey Ankara Turkmenistan Ashgabat Tuvalu Funafuti U Uganda Kampala Ukraine Kyiv United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi United Kingdom London United States of America Washington, D.C. Uruguay Montevideo Uzbekistan Tashkent V Vanuatu Port Vila Vatican City (Holy See) Vatican City Venezuela Caracas Vietnam Hanoi Y
  17. 17. Country Capital city Yemen Sana'a Z Zambia Lusaka Zimbabwe Harare List of national capitals in alphabetical order From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Lists of capitals Of countries  in alphabetical order  by latitude  by population  Former  Purpose-built  Capitals and largest cities by country o Countries whose capital is not their largest city  Countries with multiple capitals  Timeline of country and capital changes Of country subdivisions  Capitals outside the territories they serve  Purpose-built  v  t  e This is a list of national capitals in alphabetical order, including territories and dependencies, non-sovereign states including associated states and entities whose sovereignty is disputed. Sovereign states are shown in bolded text.
  18. 18. City Country Notes Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates Abuja Nigeria Lagos was the capital from 1914 to 1991. Accra Ghana Adamstown Pitcairn Islands British Overseas Territory Addis Ababa Ethiopia Algiers Algeria Alofi Niue Self-governing in free association with New Zealand. Amman Jordan Amsterdam Netherlands The Dutch constitution refers to Amsterdam as the "capital". The Dutch government is located in the Hague. See Capital of the Netherlands. Andorra la Vella Andorra Ankara Turkey Antananarivo Madagascar Apia Samoa Ashgabat Turkmenistan Asmara Eritrea Astana Kazakhstan Asuncion Paraguay Athens Greece Avarua Cook Islands Self-governing in free association with New Zealand. Baghdad Iraq Baku Azerbaijan Bamako Mali Bandar Seri Begawan Brunei
  19. 19. City Country Notes Bangkok Thailand Bangui Central African Republic Banjul Gambia Basse-Terre Guadeloupe Overseas department of France Basseterre Saint Kitts and Nevis Beijing China See also: List of historical capitals of China Beirut Lebanon Belgrade Serbia Belmopan Belize Berlin Germany Bern Switzerland Bishkek Kyrgyzstan Bissau Guinea-Bissau Bogotá Colombia Brasília Brazil Bratislava Slovakia Brazzaville Republic of the Congo Bridgetown Barbados Brussels Belgium Also the de facto capital of the European Union Bucharest Romania Budapest Hungary Buenos Aires Argentina Bujumbura Burundi Cairo Egypt Canberra Australia Caracas Venezuela Castries Saint Lucia Cayenne French Guiana Overseas department of France Charlotte Amalie United States Virgin Islands Territory of the U.S. Chisinau Moldova
  20. 20. City Country Notes Cockburn Town Turks and Caicos Islands British Overseas Territory Conakry Guinea Copenhagen Denmark Dakar Senegal Damascus Syria Dhaka Bangladesh Dili East Timor (Timor-Leste) Djibouti Djibouti Dodoma (official, legislative) Tanzania Dar es Salaam, the former capital and largest city continues to serve as the de facto seat of government hosting the presidency, government ministries, judiciary and diplomatic missions. Doha Qatar Douglas Isle of Man British Crown Dependency Dublin Ireland Dushanbe Tajikistan East Jerusalem (declared) Ramallah (de facto) State of Palestine The State of Palestine claims the territories occupied by Israel since the Six-Day War in 1967, with East Jerusalem as its capital. The proclaimed state is currently occupied by Israel and has no effective control over
  21. 21. City Country Notes the territories it claims. Administration is based in Ramallah and Gaza, rather than Jerusalem. Most members of the United Nations regard East Jerusalem as occupied territory, and the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, the Arab League and the Non- Aligned Movement recognise it as the capital of a future Palestinian state.[1] See Positions on Jerusalem. Edinburgh of the Seven Seas Tristan da Cunha Part of the British Overseas Territory of Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha Laayoune (declared) Tifariti (de facto) Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic [c] The Sahrawi Republic, recognised by 82 states, claims the mostly Moroccan controlled Western Sahara. Moroccan controlled
  22. 22. City Country Notes territory includes El Aaiún, and Morocco claims all Sahrawi controlled territory. Tifariti is factual temporary capital (instead of Bir Lehlou earlier) of the SADR. Some government and military structures resides in exile in Tindouf, Algeria.[2] See Politics of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic. Episkopi Cantonment Akrotiri and Dhekelia British Overseas Territory Flying Fish Cove Christmas Island External territory of Australia Fort-de-France Martinique Overseas department of France Freetown Sierra Leone Funafuti Tuvalu Gaborone Botswana George Town Cayman Islands British Overseas Territory Georgetown Ascension Island Part of the British Overseas Territory of Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha
  23. 23. City Country Notes Georgetown Guyana Gibraltar Gibraltar British Overseas Territory Guatemala City Guatemala Gustavia Saint Barthélemy Overseas collectivity of France Hagåtña Guam Territory of the United States Hamilton Bermuda British Overseas Territory Hanga Roa Easter Island Special territory of Chile Hanoi Vietnam Harare Zimbabwe Hargeisa Somaliland De facto independent state not diplomatically recognized by any other state, claimed in whole by the Somali Republic.[3] Havana Cuba Helsinki Finland Hong Kong Hong Kong Special administrative region of the People's Republic of China functioning as a City-state,[4] former British dependent territory. Honiara Solomon Islands Islamabad Pakistan Jakarta Indonesia Jamestown Saint Helena Part of the British
  24. 24. City Country Notes Overseas Territory of Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha Jerusalem (declared, de facto) Israel Jerusalem Law states that "Jerusalem, complete and united, is the capital of Israel", and the city serves as the seat of the government, home to the president's residence, government offices, supreme court, and parliament. United Nations Security Council Resolution 478 declared the Jerusalem Law "null and void" and called on member states to withdraw their diplomatic missions from Jerusalem. The United Nations and all member states maintain their embassies in other cities such as Tel Aviv, Ramat Gan, and Herzliya, and do not
  25. 25. City Country Notes recognise Jerusalem as the capital.[5] Many countries officially adhere to the proposal that Jerusalem have international status, as called for in the Partition Plan of 1947.[6] The Palestinian National Authority claims East Jerusalem as the capital of a future Palestinian state. See Positions on Jerusalem. Juba South Sudan Kabul Afghanistan Kampala Uganda Kathmandu Nepal Khartoum Sudan Kiev Ukraine Kigali Rwanda King Edward Point South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands British Overseas Territory Kingston Jamaica Kingston Norfolk Island External territory of Australia Kingstown Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Kinshasa Democratic Republic of the Congo
  26. 26. City Country Notes Kuala Lumpur (official, legislative and royal) Putrajaya (administrative and judicial) Malaysia Kuwait City Kuwait Libreville Gabon Lilongwe Malawi Lima Peru [Note 1] Lisbon Portugal Ljubljana Slovenia Lomé Togo London United Kingdom Prior to the Acts of Union in 1707, London was the capital of England only. Edinburgh was the capital of the Kingdom of Scotland Luanda Angola Lusaka Zambia Luxembourg Luxembourg Madrid Spain Majuro Marshall Islands Self-governing in free association with United States. Malabo Equatorial Guinea Malé Maldives Mamoudzou Mayotte Overseas department of France Managua Nicaragua Manama Bahrain Manila Philippines Maputo Mozambique Marigot Saint Martin Overseas collectivity of France Maseru Lesotho Mata-Utu Wallis and Futuna Overseas collectivity of France
  27. 27. City Country Notes Mbabane (administrative) Lobamba (royal and legislative) Swaziland Mexico City Mexico Minsk Belarus Mogadishu Somalia Monaco Monaco City-state Monrovia Liberia Montevideo Uruguay Moroni Comoros Moscow Russia Muscat Oman Nairobi Kenya Nassau Bahamas Naypyidaw Myanmar N'Djamena Chad New Delhi India Ngerulmud Palau Self-governing in free association with United States. Niamey Niger Nicosia Cyprus Nicosia Northern Cyprus De facto independent state that is recognised only by Turkey. Northern Cyprus is claimed in whole by the Republic of Cyprus.[7] Nouakchott Mauritania Nouméa New Caledonia Sui generis collectivity of France Nukuʻalofa Tonga Nuuk Greenland Self-governing country within the Kingdom of Denmark
  28. 28. City Country Notes Oranjestad Aruba Self-governing country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands Oslo Norway Ottawa Canada Ouagadougou Burkina Faso Pago Pago American Samoa Territory of the United States Palikir Federated States of Micronesia Self-governing in free association with United States. Panama City Panama Papeete French Polynesia Overseas collectivity of France Paramaribo Suriname Paris France Philipsburg Sint Maarten Self-governing country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands Phnom Penh Cambodia Plymouth (official) Brades Estate (de facto) Montserrat British Overseas Territory. Plymouth was abandoned after the eruption of the Soufriere Hills volcano in 1997. Government offices since then have been moved to Brades Estate, which is in the northwestern part of Montserrat.
  29. 29. City Country Notes Podgorica (official) Cetinje (Old Royal Capital, present seat of the President) Montenegro Port Louis Mauritius Port Moresby Papua New Guinea Port Vila Vanuatu Port-au-Prince Haiti Port of Spain Trinidad and Tobago Porto-Novo (official) Cotonou (de facto) Benin Prague Czech Republic Praia Cape Verde Pretoria (executive) Bloemfontein (judicial) Cape Town (legislative) South Africa Pristina Kosovo[g] De facto independent state that is recognised by 108 UN member states and by Taiwan. Claimed in whole by the Republic of Serbia as part of its Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija. Republic of Kosovo has de facto control over most of the territory, with limited control in North Kosovo. Pyongyang North Korea Quito Ecuador Highest official capital (2,850 m).[8] Rabat Morocco Reykjavík Iceland Riga Latvia
  30. 30. City Country Notes Riyadh Saudi Arabia Road Town British Virgin Islands British Overseas Territory Rome Italy Roseau Dominica Saint-Denis Réunion Overseas department of France Saipan Northern Mariana Islands Territory of the United States San José Costa Rica San Juan Puerto Rico Territory of the United States San Marino San Marino San Salvador El Salvador Sana'a Yemen Santiago Chile The National Congress of Chile is located in Valparaíso Santo Domingo Dominican Republic São Tomé São Tomé and Príncipe Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina Seoul South Korea Singapore Singapore City-state Skopje Macedonia Sofia Bulgaria Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte (official) Colombo (former capital; has some government offices) Sri Lanka Also known as "Kotte". Until the 1980s, the capital was Colombo, where many important governmental institutions still remain and which is still designated as the commercial
  31. 31. City Country Notes capital of Sri Lanka. St. George's Grenada St. Helier Jersey British Crown Dependency St. John's Antigua and Barbuda St. Peter Port Guernsey British Crown Dependency St. Pierre Saint Pierre and Miquelon Overseas collectivity of France Stanley Falkland Islands British Overseas Territory Stepanakert Nagorno-Karabakh Republic The self- declared country remains diplomatically unrecognised by UN- member states, including Armenia. Transnistria, South Ossetia, and Abkhazia, all UN non- member states, recognise the state. Claimed in whole by Azerbaijan. Stockholm Sweden Sucre (constitutional) La Paz (administrative) Bolivia La Paz is the highest administrative capital (3,650 m), higher than Quito.[8] Sukhumi Abkhazia De facto independent state recognised by Russia, Nauru, Nicaragua, Venezuela, South Ossetia and
  32. 32. City Country Notes Transnistria. Claimed in whole by Republic of Georgia as the Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia. Suva Fiji Taipei Taiwan Officially the Republic of China (ROC), it has been competing for recognition with the People's Republic of China (PRC) as the sole Chinese government since 1949. Taiwan controls the island of Taiwan and its associated islands, Quemoy, Matsu, the Pratas, and part of the Spratly Islands[Note 2] The territory of Taiwan is claimed in whole by the People's Republic of China.[Note 3] The Republic of China participates in the World Health Organization and a number of non-UN
  33. 33. City Country Notes international organizations such as the World Trade Organization, International Olympic Committee and others under a variety of pseudonyms, most commonly Chinese Taipei. Tallinn Estonia Tarawa Atoll Kiribati Tashkent Uzbekistan Tbilisi (official) Kutaisi (legislative) Georgia Tegucigalpa Honduras Tehran Iran Thimphu Bhutan Tirana Albania Tiraspol Transnistria De facto independent state, not recognized by any UN- member, but by Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Claimed in whole by the Republic of Moldova as the Territorial Unit of Transnistria. Tokyo Japan Tórshavn Faroe Islands Self-governing country within the Kingdom of Denmark Tripoli Libya
  34. 34. City Country Notes Tskhinvali South Ossetia De facto independent state recognised by Russia, Nicaragua, Nauru, Venezuela, Abkhazia and Transnistria. Claimed in whole by the Republic of Georgia as the Provisional Administrative Entity of South Ossetia. Tunis Tunisia Ulaanbaatar Mongolia Vaduz Liechtenstein Valletta Malta The Valley Anguilla British Overseas Territory Vatican City Vatican City City-state Victoria Seychelles Vienna Austria Vientiane Laos Vilnius Lithuania Warsaw Poland Washington, D.C. United States Wellington New Zealand West Island Cocos (Keeling) Islands External territory of Australia Willemstad Curaçao Self-governing country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands Windhoek Namibia Yamoussoukro (official) Abidjan (former capital; still has many government offices) Ivory Coast Yaoundé Cameroon
  35. 35. City Country Notes Yaren (de facto) Nauru Country does not have an official capital; however, the government offices are in Yaren. Yerevan Armenia Zagreb Croatia Notes 1.  Cusco city was declared by the art. 49 of the Peruvian Constitution as "Historical Capital" (in Spanish Capital Histórica), a statement merely symbolic.   The sovereignty over the Spratly Islands is disputed by the PRC, the ROC, Vietnam, the Philippines (part), Malaysia (part), and Brunei (part). Except Brunei, each of these countries occupies part of the islands (see List of territorial disputes). 3.  In 1949, the Republic of China government led by the Kuomintang (KMT) lost the Chinese Civil War to the Communist Party of China (CPC) and set up a provisional capital in Taipei. The CPC established the People's Republic. As such, the political status of the ROC and the legal status of Taiwan (alongside the territories currently under ROC jurisdiction) are in dispute. In 1971, the United Nations gave the China seat to the PRC instead of the ROC: most states recognize the PRC to be the sole legitimate representative of all China, and the UN classifies Taiwan as "Taiwan, Province of China". The ROC has de facto relations with most sovereign states. A significant political movement within Taiwan advocates Taiwan independence. References 1.  See the following:  Organisation of the Islamic Conference (13–16 March 1989). "Resolutions on Political, Legal and Information Affairs". The Eighteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers (Session of Islamic Fraternity and Solidarity). Retrieved 2011-10-18.  Agence France-Presse (6 September 2011). "Non-Aligned movement confirms support for Palestinian statehood bid". Al Arabiya. Retrieved 2011-10-18.  Council of the European Union, "17218/09 (Presse 371)" (PDF), Press release, 2985th Council meeting on Foreign Affairs, Press Office, retrieved 2011-08-02
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