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Top 10 Most Remote European Capitals

Name the national capitals of Europe that are the furthest from any country's capital.
Valletta would be #2 if only other European capitals are considered
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Last updated: July 15, 2019
First submittedOctober 17, 2016
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Distance
Capital
1,493 km
Reykjavik
675 km
Moscow
500 km
Lisbon
494 km
Andorra la Vella
494 km
Madrid
Distance
Capital
489 km
Athens
463 km
Dublin
417 km
Oslo
401 km
Kiev
392 km
Warsaw
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level 73
Oct 17, 2016
Man 9/10...I totally would have gotten Athens if the distance was in miles rather than kilometers.
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level 60
Oct 17, 2016
American brains just think differently :)
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level 82
Oct 18, 2016
Kilometers make sense because it's Europe :)
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level 67
Mar 5, 2017
It is not that hard to work out, 5/8 of a mile is a km. 50 miles = 80 kilometres etc.
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level 77
Mar 5, 2017
I'm pretty sure this was facetious.
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level 50
Mar 6, 2017
We're not in the middle ages anymore
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level 77
Mar 7, 2017
I'm pretty sure buck was being sarcastic... but... I'm not surprised you goofs are actually taking him seriously. Is there no metric sense of humor?
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level 27
Jun 2, 2017
Does he look like he was trying to be sarcastic? No he does not.
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level 77
Sep 4, 2019
it does look that way, because the complaint is so patently ridiculous. It mirrors and parodies other similar complaints made by Europeans about quizzes in miles, which were equally ridiculous, though apparently made earnestly.
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level 44
Sep 4, 2019
you guys are no fun tsktsktsk
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level 73
Oct 17, 2016
got Athens (last one that I got) on a fluky guess - 0:38 left!
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level 48
Oct 20, 2016
Valletta? Or does the capital not have to be European?
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level ∞
Oct 21, 2016
Added a note! Valletta is 354km from Tunis, but 689km to the nearest European capital (Rome).
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level 60
Feb 3, 2017
Oh Malta. The country that managed to finagle its way between Europe and Africa
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level 67
Mar 5, 2017
I think Tripoli would be nearer to Valletta than Tunis.
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level 73
Mar 5, 2017
WolfCam: It's also why Malta and Gozo were so strategically important since centuries. In between two continents AND a mandatory path for anybody who wants to sail between Western and Eastern Mediterranean Sea.
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level 32
Mar 1, 2017
9/10 because I couldn't spell Reykjavik.
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level 67
Mar 5, 2017
If you like this quiz, try my ......... 'Mal's European Closest Capital Hopscotch'
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level 32
Mar 5, 2017
Forgot Warsaw :|
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level 77
Mar 5, 2017
I think Malta ought to get bonus points for being completely surrounded by water. Easier to get to Warsaw than Malta. Also some of these places are very connected to the outside world by air routes, others less so.
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level 57
Mar 5, 2017
do not understand the question the country´s capital and the nations capital is the same
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level 63
Sep 4, 2019
Capitals furtest away from any OTHER capital
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level 44
Mar 5, 2017
I got some and then for some reason I started writing countries instead. This is a new low somehow.
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level 79
Mar 5, 2017
Just pedantic, so it makes no real difference, but it's "farthest" from any country's capital.
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level 63
Mar 5, 2017
http://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/grammar/british-grammar/farther-farthest-or-further-furthest
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level 51
Mar 5, 2017
You should improve the wording. "Name the capital city which is furthest away from any OTHER capital city.
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level 62
Mar 6, 2017
Isn't it kinda obvious it has to be another capital city?
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level 62
Mar 5, 2017
I imagine Rome would be pretty high if it weren't for the Vatican.
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level 77
Mar 5, 2017
Only 228 km to San Marino.
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level 73
Sep 5, 2019
Can't believe I tried Rome!!! Joint bottom of the list
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level 65
Mar 6, 2017
cmon. reykavik should be accepted.
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level 63
Sep 4, 2019
yea, and so should New Ork ...

I am not one of those that think the spelling needs to be 100 percent, and that everything else is false and therefor never should be accepted or you would not learn anything. But this makes a totally different word. Now if you were to ask for Rejkjavik or Reykjavic to be accepted, that I would understand, because it sounds the same and some countries prefer to use c's and others k's and some y's and other j's.

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level 77
Mar 7, 2017
Incidentally I've been to five of these places.
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level 74
Mar 9, 2017
Eight here since last week
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level 77
Sep 4, 2019
I've still only been to 5. If I hadn't cancelled some travel plans I had in 2018 I would have been to 7.
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level 33
Mar 8, 2018
Malta? Cyprus? i have been surprised
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level 38
Jun 24, 2018
The country capitals don't have to be in Europe so say Nicosia would either be closest to Cairo or Beirut. I didn't mesure it
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level 73
Sep 4, 2019
Shhh! Don't mention the C word
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level 28
Sep 4, 2019
hehe
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level 63
Aug 11, 2019
9/10 because I didn't put "la Velle" on the end of Andorra.
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level 58
Sep 4, 2019
la Vella*
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level 53
Sep 5, 2019
Andorre la Vieille also should be accepted too as French is an official language there...
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level 54
Sep 4, 2019
Well, really, only Reykjavik is actually remote. The others are actually pretty close together, speaking as a Canadian. Makes you think though.
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level 77
Sep 4, 2019
Moscow is fairly remote, but yeah, people outside of North America and Australia tend to have a very different concept of "far"