Statistics for World Capitals by a Single Clue #1

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  • This quiz has been taken 21,716 times
    (21,687 since last reset)
  • The average score is 12 of 20

Answer Stats

Country Clue City % Correct
ItalyThrow a coin in this city's Trevi FountainRome
91%
United KingdomMost populous city in the world in 1900London
90%
PortugalEuropean capital most distant from MoscowLisbon
88%
New ZealandThe capital was moved to here from Auckland in 1865Wellington
86%
HungaryFormed by the merger of Pest, Óbuda, and Buda in 1873Budapest
84%
EcuadorSouth American capital that lies closest to the equatorQuito
73%
MexicoBuilt on the ruins of TenochtitlanMexico City
72%
JapanWas known as Edo until 1868Tokyo
71%
CzechiaLocated in the region of BohemiaPrague
65%
VietnamBombed by the U.S. in 1972Hanoi
59%
PolandOn the Vistula (also called Wisła) RiverWarsaw
58%
TaiwanAbout 500 miles from Hong Kong and ShanghaiTaipei
55%
NigeriaThe capital moved from Lagos to here in 1991Abuja
53%
AzerbaijanOn the Caspian SeaBaku
49%
South AfricaSouth Africa's judicial capitalBloemfontein
47%
UkraineLocated on the Dnieper RiverKiev
43%
Dominican RepublicThe most populous metro area on a Caribbean islandSanto Domingo
42%
GuyanaRenamed in 1812 in honor of Britain's kingGeorgetown
41%
Burkina FasoAfrican capital with 8 vowels and only 3 consonantsOuagadougou
32%
BhutanAsia's highestThimphu
31%

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