European capitals at a glance from A to Z - (2023)

Do you want to know more about European capitals? Europe is home to some of the world's most classic capitals, and here is a list of all European capitals from A to Z.

European capitals in alphabetical order


The capital of the Netherlands is known for its canals, art museums and narrow houses of classic Dutch architecture. Amsterdam is considered one of the most liberal capitals in Europe, and the city has 1.1 million inhabitants.

Amsterdam is also one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Another interesting feature of the city is that statistically, there is one bicycle per inhabitant.

End: Netherlands
Read more:Interesting facts about the Netherlands

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andora la vella

The capital of Andorra has only 20,430 inhabitants, but more than 10 million tourists visit it every year. There are several duty-free shops here, and visitors can buy everything from tobacco and alcohol to perfumes and high-tech products at low prices.

End: And now

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Athens is considered by some to be the cradle of modern civilization, and although much has happened since ancient Greece, Athens still holds an important position.

The history of the city goes back at least 3,400 years and is one of the oldest large cities in the world. Today, more than 3 million people live in the Athens metro area.

End: Greece
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The capital of Azerbaijan is home to around 1.1 million people and despite the country being rated as poor compared to other European countries, Baku is extremely modern with impressive skyscrapers and buildings.

The city also has a medieval walled old town and many other historic buildings.

End: Azerbaijan

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White City

Another European capital that is underrated for tourism is Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. The city is home to 1.7 million people and is known for its rich nightlife.

End: Serbia

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Berlin is one of the largest European capitals with 3.5 million inhabitants. The city is known for attracting startups and hipsters who come here to experience the nightlife and art scene and connect with other like-minded people.

Here, in 1989, the Berlin Wall fell, which had divided East and West Germany since World War II.

End: Germany
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Some people might think soZürichis the capital of Switzerland, but it is not. Bern is the capital of Switzerland with 140,000 inhabitants and is famous for its old town on the river.

End: Switzerland
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This is another underrated place when it comes to tourism. Bratislava is the capital of Slovakia with 427,000 inhabitants. The old town is filled with beautiful architecture, one of the highlights being Michael's Gate as you can see in the photo below.

There are also many cozy cafes and bars in Bratislava. The price level is low compared to other European capitals and tourists make good money here.

End: Slovakia

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Brussels is the capital of Belgium and the seat of the European Union. It is a beautiful city with 2 million inhabitants. From here you have good air, rail and bus connections with almost the entire European continent.

End: Belgium

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The capital of Romania, Bucharest, has about 2 million inhabitants. It is particularly famous for its tree-lined boulevards and Belle Epoque buildings.

Bucharest is often called "little Paris" and is a bustling metropolis.

End: Romania

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Budapest is often called the spa capital of the world because of its many springs and geothermal springs. The city has 1.74 million inhabitants, and tourism has been on the rise in recent years.

Tourists still get their money's worth here and you can stay in luxury hotels and eat in restaurants at low prices compared to other major European capitals.

Budapest is also a hub for the entire continent, and the city is well connected with many world cities by air, and with Europe, apart from flights, by trains and buses.

End: Hungary
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Chisinau has 635,994 inhabitants and is the capital of Moldova. The city is also called Chisinau

End: Moldova

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With 1.3 million inhabitants, the Danish capital is also the largest city in Denmark. It is a multicultural city with a long history, with each district having its own history and characteristics.

Nyhavn is Copenhagen's most popular tourist area, known for its colorful houses and outdoor restaurants serving Danish beer and Smørrebrød.

End: Denmark
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Dublin has become a famous party capital thanks to the lively Temple Bar district. The city has 1.2 million inhabitants and a large proportion of students.

It is often mentioned as a small capital with a great atmosphere.

End: Republic of Ireland

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Helsinkiis the capital of Finland and has almost 1.3 million inhabitants, which makes it one of the largest cities in Scandinavia. It is also considered one of the most affordable cities in the world, and the atmosphere here is very pleasant.

End: Finnish
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The capital of Ukraine, also known as Kyiv, has over 2.8 million inhabitants. The city is best known for its centuries-old churches located all over Kyiv.

End: Ukraine

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Lisbon has quickly become one of the most affordable European capitals, with many foreigners attracted by the good standard of living at a low price compared to other cities in Europe.

Lisbon is the capital of Portugal and is home to 500,000 people within the city's administrative boundaries and 2.8 million people in the entire metropolitan area.

End: Portugal

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The capital of Slovenia is one of my favorite cities in Europe. Ljubljana feels like a small town, although it is still a big city with around 300,000 inhabitants. From here you can easily reach other popular destinations in Slovenia, such asLake Bledor the Slovenian Alps.

End: Slovenia

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London is the capital of Great Britain and one of the most visited cities in the world. The city has over 8 million inhabitants, if you include all of London.

Known as the Queen's home, as well as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace,bridge tower, and red double-decker buses that have become a true icon of London.

End: United Kingdom

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Luxembourg city

Luxembourg has only 119,214 inhabitants and is the de facto capital of the European Union. The city is home to a large number of expats, and is also known as one of the richest cities in the world.

End: Luxembourg

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Madrid is one of the largest European capitals with a population of 3.3 million, but the population of the Madrid metropolitan area is estimated at 6.5 million.

Madrid is known for its stunning architecture, boulevards and, of course, for being home to the most successful football team in the world, Real Madrid.

End: Spain
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Minsk is the capital of Belarus and has 1.7 million inhabitants. This large city is known for its Soviet-style architecture.

End: Belarus

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Monaco is a small principality and one of the smallest countries in the world with only 40,000 inhabitants. However, it is also one of the most densely populated places in the world due to Monaco's small size.

There is no official capital of this principality, but Monte Carlo is the largest district, although the city-state of Monaco is divided into four areas.

End: Monaco

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If Istanbul does not count as a European city, thenMoscowwill win the title of the most populous city in Europe, more than 12 million people live in the capital of Russia.

Moscow is famous for Red Square,Saint Basil's Cathedral, the Kremlin and some of the most beautiful metro stations in the world.

End: Russia
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The capital of Norway is beautifully situated by the sea and although it has a modern character, you feel like you are in a small town when you walk around the different districts of Oslo.

Oslo has about one million inhabitants, which makes it one of the largest cities in Scandinavia.

End: Norway
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Paris is often cited as one of the most romantic cities in the world and is often featured in films depicting the city's atmosphere and numerous cafes.

Paris is also one of the largest European capitals with a population of 2.1 million people and an even larger metropolitan area. You can also admire hereEiffel Toweru Arc de Triomphe.

End: France
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Podgorica is not one of the most visited European capitals, but it is the economic and educational center of Montenegro and its capital.

While the country was part of Yugoslavia, the city was called Titograd. Historically, it was also at the crossroads of important trade routes thanks to its central position in Montenegro.

End: Montenegro

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One of the most impressive historical capitals in Europe. Prague has a population of 1.3 million and is known for its beautiful architecture, cheap beer, nice restaurants and vibrant nightlife.

Charles Bridge, the Dancing House and Prague Castle are just a few examplesthe most popular places to visit in Prague.

End: Czech Republic

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While not all countries of the world technically support Kosovo as a sovereign state, most consider it an independent country, including Sweden, which announced its adoption many years ago, so I will still mention Pristina as a European capital.

Over 200,000 people live in Pristina.

End: Kosovo

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Most of Iceland's population lives in the capital, Reykjavik. It is a lively town with many restaurants, bars and shops, despite its relatively small size. It is also the main tourist destination of the country and the starting point for many trips to Iceland.

End: Island
Read more:Interesting facts about Iceland

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Riga is the capital of Latvia and has over 640,000 inhabitants. Named one of the European capitals of culture in 2014, it is known for its art nouveau architecture and spa facilities.

Riga is a really beautiful city, and the old town is nice to walk around.

End: Latvia

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Rome is called the Eternal City and even though the Roman Empire fell apart, Rome continued to exist. Today, the city has more than 4.3 million inhabitants.

Rome is one of the most visited capital cities in Europe and the city is home to many historical sites, beautiful squares and impressive architecture.

End: Italy
Read more:Interesting facts about Italy

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San Marino

San Marino is a microstate that is considered one of the oldest republics in the world. It has a wealthy population that is completely surrounded by Italy and the Appalachians.

The city of San Marino has only 4,000 inhabitants.

End: San Marino

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Sarajevo too

Another European capital that deserves more attention from international tourists. Mostar is the most visited city in Bosnia and Herzegovina, but Sarajevo, the capital, is also worth a visit.

It tells many stories, and lately it has started to develop, although it has retained its charm and atmosphere.

End: Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Skopje is the capital of North Macedonia, which recently changed its name from the Republic of Macedonia. The city has about 500,000 inhabitants.

Skopje is located on the banks of the Vardar River and is a city full of history.

End: North Macedonia

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Sofia is the capital of Bulgaria and has about 1.2 million inhabitants. The city has one of the lowest costs of living compared to other capital cities in Europe.

End: Bulgaria

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The Swedish capital has more than a million inhabitants and has long been an attractive city to live in. Stockholm is the economic center of Sweden, and is also known as the Venice of the North, thanks to the city's canals.

The Stockholm archipelago is also one of themthe most famous places to visit in Sweden.

End: Sweden
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Tallinn is the capital of Estonia and has 434,000 inhabitants. The city is famous for its spas and historic old town, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

End: Estonia

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Tbilisi is one of the lesser-known European capitals that certainly deserves more attention. The capital of Georgia is beautifully situated on the Kura River. The city has 1.5 million inhabitants, and was founded in the 5th century.

End: Georgia

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While the south of Albania attracts more and more tourists every year, Albania's capital, Tirana, remains a hidden gem. The city is still growing, but is known for its lively nightlife and low cost of living.

End: Albania
Read more:Interesting facts about Albania

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Vaduz is one of the smallest capital cities in Europe with only 5500 inhabitants. It is the capital of Liechtenstein, a German-speaking principality located between Switzerland and Austria.

End: Liechtenstein

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The walled city of Valletta was founded by Hospitallers in the 16th century. Today, it has a population of 440,000, making it one of the most densely populated cities in the world (7th) as its population covers an area of ​​only 122 square miles.

Valletta has retained its former charm and in 2018 was declared one of the European capitals of culture.

End: Malta

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The Vatican is home to one of the most influential people in the world, the Pope. Here you can also visit St. Peter's Basilica, one of the most impressive churches in the world.

The Vatican has only 1,000 inhabitants, making it the least populated country in the world.

End: Vatican City

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The capital of Austria is known for its opera house and beautiful palaces. Vienna is definitely one of the most beautiful European capitals where you can see the remains of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

Vienna has 1.8 million inhabitants.

End: Austria

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Vilnius is the capital of Lithuania and has a population of 723,000. The Old Town of Vilnius was a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and in 2009 the city was the European Capital of Culture.

End: Lithuania

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The capital of Poland is one of my favorite cities in Europe and has a great mix of modernity and history. There's impressive architecture as well as artistic subway stations, and overall, you'll get your money's worth here.

Warsaw is one of the European capitals with the lowest cost of living.

End: Poland
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The last, but not the least important European metropolis, Zagreb, the capital of Croatia with 800,000 inhabitants. The city is known for its Christmas market, St. Mark and the home of one of the best Croatian football clubs - Dinamo Zagreb.

End: Croatia
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Capital cities in Europe arranged by country from A to Z

Below you see all the capital cities in Europe arranged alphabetically by country from A to Z. In the left column you see the country, and in the right column you see the capital of that country.

Andoraandora la vella
Bosnia and HerzegovinaSarajevo too
Czech RepublicThreshold
of MontenegroPodgorica
North MacedoniaSkopje
San MarinoSan Marino
SerbiaWhite City
UkraineKyiv (Kyiv)
United KingdomLondon

* Geographically located in Asia, but often referred to as "European". Cyprus is also part of the EU, while Armenia and Georgia are members of the EU's Eastern Partnership.

Other European capitals in non-sovereign states

  • Belfast(Northern Ireland)
  • Cardiff(Walia)
  • Edinburgh(Scotland)
  • Gibraltar(British Overseas Territory)
  • Nuuk(Greenland)
  • Tórshavn(Faroe Islands)

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Learn more about European capitals

There are a total of 52 European capitals, but only 45 of them are capitals of sovereign states. The most populous capital city in Europe is Moscow.

The smallest of all European capitals is the Vatican, which is also the capitalthe smallest country in the world.

How many European capitals did you know before reading this list? Leave a comment below!


What are the 27 EU countries and their capitals? ›

Europe States and Capitals – East European Countries and Capitals
Andorra (Andorra la Vella)Austria (Vienna)
Belgium (Brussels)France (Paris)
Poland (Warsaw)Republic of Moldova (Chișinău)
Czech Republic (Prague)Estonia (Tallinn)
Hungary (Budapest)Latvia (Riga)
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What is the European capital that starts with Z? ›

Zagreb. Last but not least of the European capitals, Zagreb, which is the capital city in Croatia with a population of 800 000 people.

What are the designated European capitals of culture for 2023? ›

From January 1, three cities hold the title of European Capital of Culture for 2023 in Europe – Elefsina (Greece), Timisoara (Romania) and Veszprém (Hungary).

What is the fastest way to memorize capitals? ›

Go through a set of flashcards containing the names of states and their capitals. Read or say out loud the name of the state written on the top card, then without looking at the back of the card, say the name of the capital. Turn the card over to see if you were correct!

Why isn't Norway in the EU? ›

Norway had considered joining both the EEC and the European Union, but opted to decline following referendums in 1972 and 1994. According to the European Social Survey conducted in 2018, 73.6% of Norwegians would vote 'No' in a Referendum to join the European Union.

Why Switzerland is not part of EU? ›

Switzerland's non-membership of the EU means it is viewed as more neutral than countries like Austria, Ireland or Sweden. EU accession would weaken Swiss neutrality. Neutrality as a trademark helps Switzerland promote its “good offices” and position Geneva as a host city.

What is the 44 country in Europe? ›

Countries in Europe:
#CountryPopulation (2020)
43San Marino33,931
44Holy See801
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What starts with Z in Europe? ›

Z – Zurich

The mega Swiss town is a great place to start a European holiday with an international airport, and a location in the heart of Europe. The Swiss Alps surround it, and together with Lake Zurich, it is extremely picturesque.

Do Europeans use the letter Z? ›

Z (or z) is the 26th and last letter of the Latin alphabet, as used in the modern English alphabet, the alphabets of other western European languages and others worldwide.

What US city is named after a European capital? ›

Berlin, Wisconsin

This Wisconsin town in Green Lake County was named after the capital of Prussia (now the capital of Germany) in the 1800s. This little town has two cemeteries, Oakwood and St Stanislaus.

What is the European cultural capital in 2024? ›

European Capitals of Culture have already been designated until the title year 2027 and they are as follows: 2024: Bad Ischl (Austria), Tartu (Estonia) and Bodø (Norway) 2025: Chemnitz (Germany) and Nova Gorica (Slovenia) 2026: Oulu (Finland) and Trenčín (Slovakia)

What was the first European Capital of Culture? ›

The European City of Culture programme was launched in the summer of 1985 with Athens being the first title-holder. In 1999, the European City of Culture program was renamed to European Capital of Culture.

What city had become the cultural capital of Europe by 1914? ›

As a dynamic cultural capital Berlin exerted a powerful influence internationally and attracted artists, intellectuals and “adventurers” from all over Europe. In early 1914 the greater Berlin area accounted for nearly four million inhabitants [1][1]Bordering on the actual city of Berlin with its approximately….

How do I teach my child the 50 states? ›

6 Ways to Teach the USA States and Capitals
  1. Break The States into Regions. Whatever you do, don't toss the entire USA map at your child and expect them to learn it all. ...
  2. Learn about Each State. ...
  3. Sing Silly Songs. ...
  4. Color the State Map A Few Times. ...
  5. Play Scrambled States of America. ...
  6. Assemble Puzzles of the USA States.
Oct 21, 2019

What is the mnemonic for capital letters? ›

Whenever you want to recall what gets capitalized, just remember: “Forgetful Bilbo Baggins took Pippin into Sam's watermelon marmalade store.” It's as simple as that. “F” is for the first letter in a sentence. This is an easy one. Always capitalize the first letter in a sentence.

How to memorize all countries in the world? ›

To memorize countries, print out copies of a world map to color or use for study. Color coding different continents and countries can help to build visual associations, and be a fun, relaxing activity. Blank maps can be useful for studying and quizzing yourself on the location of countries.

What grade do you learn capitals? ›

The 4th grade, or when the student is 9 or 10 years old, is when they learn the states and capitals in school; however, some states teach US geography in 3rd or 5th grade.

Why is Sweden not in EU? ›

Sweden maintains that joining the European Exchange Rate Mechanism II (ERM II), participation in which for at least two years is a requirement for euro adoption, is voluntary, and has chosen to remain outside pending public approval by a referendum, thereby intentionally avoiding the fulfilment of the adoption ...

Why is Turkey not in the EU? ›

Since 2016, accession negotiations have stalled. The EU has accused and criticized Turkey for human rights violations and deficits in rule of law.

Why Norway is so rich? ›

The oil and gas industries play a dominant role in the Norwegian economy, providing a source of finance for the Norwegian welfare state through direct ownership of oil fields, dividends from its shares in Equinor, and licensure fees and taxes.

Why did Denmark not join the EU? ›

Denmark is exempt from adopting the euro following the outcome of two national referendums. The first referendum, held in 1992, resulted in Denmark negotiating (amongst other things) an exemption from the usual requirement to adopt the euro as part of EU membership.

Why did Iceland leave the EU? ›

Academics have proposed several explanations for why Iceland has not joined the European Union: The importance of the fishing industry to Iceland's economy and the perception that EU membership (and its Common Fisheries Policy) will have an adverse effect on the fishing industry.

Why isn t Belarus in the EU? ›

Belarus is also a part of the EU's Eastern Partnership. Belarus-EU relationships began to worsen after the election of Alexander Lukashenko in 1994, with Belarus excluded from the EU's European Neighbourhood Policy as the EU's reaction towards the establishment of an authoritarian regime under President Lukashenko.

Is Europe bigger than the US? ›

With an area of 10.2 million km² (3,938,000 sq mi), Europe is 20% larger than the contiguous United States. The European Union has an area (without the UK) of over 4.23 million km² (1.6 million sq mi).

Which country is the largest country in Europe? ›

Size and population

By surface area, France is the largest EU country and Malta the smallest.

What country starts with the letter E in Europe? ›

Estonia. Estonia is a country that starts with E, located in Northern Europe, and known for its natural beauty and advanced technology.

What country in Europe has the letter R? ›

  • Romania.
  • Russia.

What is the only country to begin with the letter F not in Europe? ›

Introduction. There are five countries in the world that start with the letter F, and they are Fiji, Finland, France, The Federated States of Micronesia, and the Faroe Islands.

What are the 3 Z countries? ›

  • Zambia.
  • Zimbabwe.

Why do Americans add Z? ›

Much of our modern alphabet comes directly from the Greek alphabet, including a letter, that looked just like our “Z,” that the Greeks called “zeta.” “Zeta” evolved into the French “zede,” which in turn gave us “zed” as English was shaped by Romance languages like French.

Why do Americans pronounce the letter Z differently? ›

Zee became the standard way to pronounce Z in the United States in the 19th century. It's said that zee most likely came about because it rhymes with other letter pronunciations in the English alphabet (e.g., e, d, c, b, g, and p).

Why do Americans put Z instead of S? ›

Many American words replace the “s” used in British spelling with a “z” for words such as “realize,” “apologize” and “cozy.” Using a “z” instead of an “s” makes more sense because we pronounce these words with a “z” sound. Besides, “z” is much more fun to use than “s”! Thus, “cozy” is the more logical spelling.

What is the oldest European founded US city? ›

Founded in 1565, St. Augustine is the oldest continuously occupied settlement of European and African-American origin in the United States.

Why does America have so many European city names? ›

The reason behind why so many place names in America are the same as in England is not because Americans are unoriginal, it's because these places were named after them. From escaping religious or political persecution to seeking out the riches of a new land, migration from areas of Europe has long been commonplace.

What is the greatest most cultured city in Europe and why? ›

1. Venice, Italy - Culture Score - 8.77/10. Ranking as the most cultural European city is Venice. Venice has an astounding 37.94 museums per 100,000 people, the highest on this list.

Which European city is known for its high Culture? ›

Home to the Louvre, Notre-Dame and the Eiffel Tower, Paris topped the list as the cultural capital of Europe, with an incredible 20.5 cultural attractions per km2.

What will Europe be like in 2050? ›

By 2050, Europe will have a great cultural diversity, so it is important to foster the sharing of experiences and to focus on multiculturalism to create a common identity. The culture will serve to unite all the European countries and all the citizens. We have the key to the future in our hands.

What is the oldest known European Culture? ›

The oldest European civilization is the Minoan civilization, which existed between 3,200 and 1,450 BC on the island of Crete.

What is the most ancient capital in Europe? ›

It's widely agreed that Greece's capital – and largest city – Athens has been a functioning settlement for 5,000 years, making it Europe's oldest capital city.

What is the oldest European capital city? ›

Today, Athens is a sprawling metropolis and the oldest capital city in Europe. Susa orwas an ancient city of the Proto-Elamite, and one of the most important cities of the Ancient Near East (the home of early civilizations within a region roughly corresponding to the modern Middle East).

What capital city was the cultural and intellectual capital of Europe in the 18th century? ›

A World of Ideas

In the 1700s, Paris was the cultural and intellectual capital of Europe. Young people from around Europe—and also from the Americas—came to study, phi- losophize, and enjoy the culture of the bustling city.

What city was the intellectual and cultural capital of Europe? ›

Not for nothing is Vienna known as Europe's cultural capital: it has an abundance of cultural riches, from art to architecture and music.

What was the first European capital outside of Europe? ›

In 1808, upon Napoleon's invasion of Portugal, Rio de Janeiro became the capital of the Portuguese Empire when royalty and nobility fled Lisbon. This made Rio de Janeiro the first and only European capital city to ever be located outside of Europe.

What is Europe's most misunderstood capital? ›

Luxembourg has been afflicted with a boring and staid reputation – but there's much more to its dynamic and diverse capital city than meets the eye.

What grade do you memorize states and capitals? ›

The 4th grade, or when the student is 9 or 10 years old, is when they learn the states and capitals in school; however, some states teach US geography in 3rd or 5th grade.

What are the capital of 195 countries? ›

A detailed list of all Countries, capital, and currency:
Sr. No.Country NameCapital
4.AndorraAndorra la Vella
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What is the most forgotten continent? ›

Antarctica, the unsettled continent.

What are the capitals of all 50 states in order? ›

50 States and Capitals in Alphabetical Order
  • Alabama - Montgomery.
  • Alaska - Juneau.
  • Arizona - Phoenix.
  • Arkansas - Little Rock.
  • California - Sacramento.
  • Colorado - Denver.
  • Connecticut - Hartford.
  • Delaware - Dover.

How do you memorize Midwest states and capitals? ›

Minnesota is his hat, and Missouri is the shirt. Look in the middle to find MIM, the Man in the Map. Arkansas, Mim's pants, and Louisiana, Mim's shoes are in the Southeast region. Minnesota, Iowa, and Missouri make the Man in the Map.

Why is it important to know capitals? ›

State capitals are important because they house the governments of their states, with a meeting place for the state legislature. Many meeting buildings are called capitols, which are distinguished from capitals in that capitol refers to buildings while capital always references a city.

What is the most unpopular country in Europe? ›

Liechtenstein. The Principality of Liechtenstein is the leader in the list of the least visited countries in Europe.

What is the most forgotten European country? ›

Belarus. This landlocked country is often overlooked, but I believe it is possibly the most underrated country in all of Europe. From the elaborate palaces to cheap accommodations, Belarus is a perfect vacation for travel junkies.

What is the only country in Europe with two capitals? ›

The Netherlands has two capital cities- Amsterdam and The Hague. While Amsterdam is the official and the Royal capital of the Netherlands, The Hague is the administrative capital and the seat of the national legislature. Ans. Malaysia has two capital cities- Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya.


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