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World Capitals Closest to Madrid

Which world capital cities are closest to Madrid?
Last updated: November 15, 2016
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km
capital
494
Andorra la Vella
503
Lisbon
719
Algiers
771
Rabat
991
Monaco
1053
Paris
1153
Bern
1265
London
1271
Tunis
1281
Luxembourg
km
capital
1297
Vaduz
1319
Brussels
1362
Vatican City
1363
Rome
1385
San Marino
1453
Dublin
1483
Amsterdam
1600
Ljubljana
1668
Valletta
1702
Zagreb
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level 15
Oct 31, 2016
Nearest misses: Tripoli, Prague, Vienna.
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level 15
Jan 6, 2017
If you got all 20, try your hand at the One Minute Sprint.
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level 55
Mar 4, 2017
Madrid - Tripoli : 1721 km. Madrid - Prague: 1774 km. Madrid - Vienna: 1811 km.
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level 69
Nov 3, 2016
Nice quiz! How exactly did you set up the dots?
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level 63
Nov 3, 2016
The Quizmaster set them up.
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level 70
Nov 4, 2016
Good job! I guess ideally you split the Rome/Vatican circle in two halves so they're both visible
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level 15
Nov 4, 2016
We'll see what we can do about that.
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level 67
Nov 23, 2016
Yeah, 19/20, I only missed Vatican City because Rome's circle was on it. It would be better to split them.
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level 73
Nov 9, 2018
or maybe have a very small dot in main dot?
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level 68
Nov 4, 2016
Nice.
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level 71
Nov 4, 2016
Wonderful idea for a quiz
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level 69
Nov 10, 2016
Man, intuitively, Zagreb being closer than Berlin is weird.
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level 15
Nov 10, 2016
Berlin is 1871 km away.
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level 58
Feb 23, 2017
Can never spell Ljubljana for the life of me! Great quiz though.
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level 67
Mar 4, 2017
Try my ' Mal's 21 most difficult Capitals quiz ' it will help with the tricky ones.
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level 57
Mar 4, 2017
There's no dot for the Vatican
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level 63
Mar 4, 2017
There is one! If you zoom in on the Rome dot, you'll see that there is a dot below it. The Vatican dot is a bit hidden since it's much smaller than Rome.
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level 79
Mar 4, 2017
Aren't these more appropriately called "national" capitals?
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level 44
Mar 6, 2017
Wow 0:05 left I'm happy I found them all :)
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level 49
Jun 16, 2017
Nice quiz. Great use of the map again.
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level 56
Aug 11, 2017
Algiers? Where does the "s" at the end come from? Missed it as I wrote Algier. Could you please correct it or at least accept both versions as answer?
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level 15
Aug 14, 2017
It's always been Algiers in English. It's Algier in German, Alger in French, and Argel in Spanish and Portuguese.
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level 65
Sep 15, 2017
Hah, the Vatican is a trick question. I didn't think about when I typed in Rome, but luckily San Marino was the second last I got, and that got me to Vatican.