List of national capitals

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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.


  • a.  ^ That is, the State of Brunei Darussalam.
  • b.  ^ See also List of historical capitals of China.
  • c.  ^ Unrecognized, self-declared country.
  • d.  ^ Unofficial; see Politics of Western Sahara.
  • e.  ^ The Spanish name is "México D.F." or just "D.F." (for "Distrito Federal").
  • f.  ^ 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.
  • g.  ^ 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 capital of Sri Lanka.
  • h.  ^ Also known as the "Holy See" for diplomatic and religious purposes.
  • i.  ^ See Positions on Jerusalem.
  • j.  ^ Kosovo proclaimed independence from Serbia on 17. February 2008 by temporary governing institutions. That independence is against the current UNSC's resolution regarding Kosovo (1244).

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