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Capital Cities Chain

All the answers are national capitals. The last letter of each answer is the first letter of the next.
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Last updated: September 10, 2018
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Has canals and a red light district
Napoleon conquered it, briefly
Southernmost national capital city
Has an urban game reserve
Twin city of Rawalpindi
War-torn city of the Levant
Where Samsung is headquarted
Founded by Francisco Pizarro
Birthplace of democracy
Largest city in Scandinavia
Capital of Belarus
Located on the Dnieper River
Sigmund Freud practiced here
Relatively liberal Middle Eastern city
Closest capital city to Miami
Coldest national capital.
Its name means "Red Hero"
Where King Abdullah lived
Location of the Tropicana nightclub
Has a giant gold statue of former
tyrant "Türkmenbaşy"
Near the ancient city of Carthage
Hosted the 1984 Winter Olympics
Near the border of Ontario and Quebec
level 65
Jan 8, 2016
The clue of "conquered by Napoleon" could work for many state capitals such as Berlin, Madrid, Budapest, Bern, Amsterdam, Warsaw,...
level 75
Jan 22, 2016
But none of those begin with M and end with W.
level 68
Oct 7, 2018
Madriw, Mudapesw and Mmsterdaw do though
level 27
Oct 24, 2018
But Moscow was definitely brief. (other cities were conquered for a tad longer)
level 55
Mar 12, 2016
"Relatively liberal Middle Eastern city" is there no better clue? There's also Ankara and Abu Dhabi...
level 69
Mar 12, 2016
Sigh... none of which begin with A and end with N. That's the idea of a chain. It eliminates other possible answers by specifying the first and last letter.
level 74
Mar 12, 2016
Point taken, but I think what AllenY is really trying to say is that there's got to be something more outstanding or unique about the city other than it is relatively liberal. Is that its greatest claim to fame? I can see the travel brochures now... "Come to Amman, we're Middle Eastern but we're relatively liberal so take a chance and visit! Now featuring....even more sand!!" Who could pass up an offer like that?
level 59
Mar 14, 2016
...and the key word here is "relatively". I mean, relatively speaking, Pol Pot wasn't indirectly responsible for the deaths of as many people as Stalin, right? Powerful word.
level 58
Jun 14, 2017
Interestingly, "Where King Abdullah lived" could also have been a clue for Amman
level 53
Oct 7, 2018
And Tel Aviv and Beirut too.
level 43
Mar 13, 2016
why not make one that changes every time? Or make it into a 'series' of this type of thing.
level 55
Jun 30, 2016
I missed my own capital city. I'm not smart.
level 47
Apr 16, 2017
Wasn't Sarajevo the host of the 1994 Winter Olympics, not 1984, which I believe was Calgary?
level 50
May 14, 2017
The quiz is right about Sarajevo; Calgary was 1988.
level 71
Feb 2, 2018
And 1994 was Lillehammer.
level 59
Oct 7, 2018
To my shame I got this one last. As a British man, how could I forget the triumph of Torville and Dean??
level 79
Oct 8, 2018
At the time Sarajevo wasn't a capital city.
level 65
Oct 7, 2018
If Ottawa is "near" the border of Ontario and Quebec, then I suppose it's impossible for a city, without spanning a river border, to be "on" that border?
level 37
Oct 7, 2018
Too short available time, as for me. :(
level 59
Oct 8, 2018
Same, I needed about 30 more seconds.
level 56
Oct 7, 2018
I don't think the war-torn city is really "war-torn". It was safer than much of the rest of the country at the time.
level 61
Oct 7, 2018
The quiz didn't accept "Havana" for some reason... Recent update with spelling error or something?
level ∞
Oct 8, 2018
Havana works
level 71
Oct 7, 2018
Seconding tshalla- Ottawa is directly on the Ontario/Quebec border. Near is unnecessary.
level 60
Oct 8, 2018
Excellent quiz, except the Minsk clue, which is a little bit too obvious
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