Name a Valid European City

Population according to Temperature according to
It has to be a capital city or have over 1 Million people
Population according to
Quiz by Regtheledge1000
Last updated: September 1, 2020
First submittedApril 29, 2020
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With Over 10 Million People
Moscow, London, Paris, Istanbul
Is Considered One of the 4 World Fashion Capitals
London, Milan, Paris
With an Average Temperature Higher than 15 Degrees Celsius
Tirana, Marseille, Athens, Rome, Lisbon, Barcelona, Madrid
Ends in -on
Lisbon, London, Rostov-On-Don
That is Below Sea Level
Amsterdam, Rotterdam
With Over 1% of People Living in Extreme Poverty
Tirana, Sofia, Athens, Naples, Milan, Skopje, Belgrade, Madrid
That is in Scandinavia
Oslo, Stockholm, Copenhagen
Is Near an International Border
Copenhagen, Malmö, Bratislava, Frankfurt, Vienna
With a Building Over 300m in Height
Saint Petersburg, Moscow, London
That is a Capital Beginning With B-
Belgrade, Berlin, Bern, Bratislava, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest
That is not the Capital City But is the Largest City
Istanbul, Zurich
On the Danube River
Vienna, Bratislava, Budapest, Belgrade
Is a Capital With Over 4 Million People
Moscow, London, Paris, Madrid, Berlin
Has an Average Temperature of Less than 7 degrees Celsius
Minsk, Saint Petersburg, Stockholm, Copenhagen,
That is in a Post-Soviet Country
Kiev, Minsk, Saint Petersburg, Moscow, Tallinn, Riga, Vilnius, Chisinau
With a Sizeable Clock Tower
Berlin, Zürich, Moscow, London, Birmingham, Istanbul
In a Country with a HDI of over 0.930
Zürich, Berlin, The Ruhr, Stockholm, Amsterdam, Rotterdam
In a Country Bordering the Mediterranean Sea
Madrid, Barcelona, Paris, Rome, Naples, Milan, Athens, Istanbul
With 3 or more airports
London, Paris, Moscow, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Milan, Barcelona, Saint Petersburg
In a Country Bordering the Baltic Sea
Berlin, The Ruhr, Warsaw, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Tallinn, Riga, Vilnius
Level 80
Apr 29, 2020
Isn't Russia a Post-Soviet country? "Soviet" means "council" not "Russian".
Level 32
Apr 29, 2020
Oh yeah I always forget Russia: I’ll add Moscow and st Petersburg
Level 71
Apr 29, 2020
Quite a few cities missing from the Baltic question, I tried all the "Baltic Countries" capitals to no avail
Level 32
Apr 29, 2020
Read the Caveat. None of the 3 Baltic states capitals have over 2 million people hence they’re not on this quiz
Level 51
Jun 3, 2020
I have spotted multiple mistakes. The sources are in the instructions, not caveats. Why 2 million? Most quizzes make it cities with over 1 million people. Istanbul, while partly Asian, is mostly European and historically European. Look at any biggest cities in Europe quiz and Istanbul is there. It doesn’t make sense to exclude it.
Level 32
Jun 4, 2020
There is no faults in the quiz there is things that you want it to be like. There is nothing wrong with the source in the instructions in the caveats it takes up three times the width of the screen on mobile like I’m on and I don’t have to include Istanbul if I don’t want to as it is mostly in Asia however I will include and I’ll change the cities to capitals and cities over 1 mil
Level 68
Aug 28, 2020
Rome for the international border (Vatican city)?
Level 56
Aug 31, 2020
I believe Vienna is closer to Slovakia than Frankfurt is to France, Luxembourg or Belgium.
Level 48
Sep 1, 2020
On the "ends in -on" clue, Rostov-on-Don is missing. According to, the city has more than 1 million people
Level 32
Sep 1, 2020
Fair point although I’m not sure it’s geographically in Europe. I’ll check
Level 32
Sep 1, 2020
Ok I checked a map and your right so I’ll update the wuiz
Level 51
Sep 21, 2020
Not the capital but the largest city? I am quite sure Rotterdam and Milan are bigger than Amsterdam and Rome, and I am sure there are others too. Please check. Also, be more specific with the "close to an international border" thing.