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All World Capitals by Capitals between 2 Capitals within 2,000 km

Type two capital cities A and B one after the other and capital cities 'in between' will appear. Capital C is considered between the two if:

- it is within 2,000 km of both
- A is closer to C than to B
- B is closer to C than to A

Capital cities that aren't "between" any pair are shown at the start.

Example: typing PARISBERLIN will get you Amsterdam, Brussels, Luxembourg, Bern, Vaduz
A black border indicated that only a few combinations make that capital appear: thickest border means 1 combination only, average border 2 or 3, thin border 4 or 5
Belgrade can be guessed with 708 different combinations (so it may hold the record for the longest type-in on this website...)
Hint: the best combination reveales 35 capitals and consists of 2 European Capitals whose initials are C and P; the best combination of 2 Asian Capitals reveals 13 Capitals, initial letters are R and T
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Last updated: March 20, 2016
First submittedMarch 20, 2016
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Capital City
Abu Dhabi
Abuja
Accra
Addis Ababa
Algiers
Amman
Amsterdam
Andorra la Vella
Ankara
Antananarivo
Apia
Ashgabat
Asmara
Astana
Asuncion
Athens
Baghdad
Baku
Bamako
Bandar Seri Begawan
Bangkok
Bangui
Banjul
Basseterre
Beijing
Beirut
Belgrade
Belmopan
Capital City
Berlin
Bern
Bishkek
Bissau
Bogota
Brasilia
Bratislava
Brazzaville
Bridgetown
Brussels
Bucharest
Budapest
Buenos Aires
Bujumbura
Cairo
Canberra
Caracas
Castries
Chisinau
Colombo
Conakry
Copenhagen
Dakar
Damascus
Dhaka
Dili
Djibouti
Dodoma
Capital City
Doha
Dublin
Dushanbe
Freetown
Funafuti
Gaborone
Georgetown
Guatemala City
Hanoi
Harare
Havana
Helsinki
Honiara
Islamabad
Jakarta
Jerusalem
Juba
Kabul
Kampala
Kathmandu
Khartoum
Kiev
Kigali
Kingston
Kingstown
Kinshasa
Kuala Lumpur
Kuwait City
Capital City
Libreville
Lilongwe
Lima
Lisbon
Ljubljana
Lome
London
Luanda
Lusaka
Luxembourg
Madrid
Majuro
Malabo
Male
Managua
Manama
Manila
Maputo
Maseru
Mbabane
Melekeok
Mexico City
Minsk
Mogadishu
Monaco
Monrovia
Montevideo
Moroni
Capital City
Moscow
Muscat
Nairobi
Nassau
Naypyidaw
N'Djamena
New Delhi
Niamey
Nicosia
Nouakchott
Nuku'alofa
Oslo
Ottawa
Ouagadougou
Palikir
Panama
Paramaribo
Paris
Phnom Penh
Podgorica
Port Louis
Port Moresby
Port-au-Prince
Port-of-Spain
Porto-Novo
Port-Vila
Prague
Praia
Capital City
Pretoria
Pristina
Pyongyang
Quito
Rabat
Reykjavik
Riga
Riyadh
Rome
Roseau
Saint George's
Saint John's
San Jose
San Marino
San Salvador
Sana'a
Santiago
Santo Domingo
Sao Tome
Sarajevo
Seoul
Singapore
Skopje
Sofia
Stockholm
Sucre
Suva
Taipei
Capital City
Tallinn
Tarawa
Tashkent
Tbilisi
Tegucigalpa
Tehran
Thimphu
Tirana
Tokyo
Tripoli
Tunis
Ulaanbaatar
Vaduz
Valletta
Vatican City
Victoria
Vienna
Vientiane
Vilnius
Warsaw
Washington
Wellington
Windhoek
Yamoussoukro
Yaounde
Yaren
Yerevan
Zagreb
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level 60
Mar 20, 2016
How long did the type-ins take you to make?! Especially Belgrade, that's just insanity.
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level 71
Mar 20, 2016
Excel did most of the work, as usual!
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level 60
Mar 20, 2016
Lol. I've been using Excel a lot for quizzes like my "200 Biggest Cities in the World" series, "Countries w/ Most Men/Women" calculations, and "Demonyms of World Countries" and "All Countries in their Native Languages" (the latter two yet to be posted)
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level 71
Mar 20, 2016
...how did you manage to 'read' the type-ins for belgrade?!
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level 60
Mar 20, 2016
Depends on what computer you have. In my case, it's an Asus. (unfortunately some companies, such as Mac, don't support it). So I clicked F12, but for Acers and Dells you would click Ctrl+U and it brings you to the original source. I was very curious what "708 combos" of type-ins looked like, so I went there. :D
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level 71
Mar 20, 2016
ok thanks!