Countries Of The World And Their Capitals (In Spanish)

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ÁFRICA
ANGOLA - LUANDA
ARGELIA - ARGEL
BENÍN - PORTO NOVO
BOTSUANA - GABORONE
BURKINA FASO - UAGADUGÚ
BURUNDI - BUYUMBURA
CABO VERDE - PRAIA
CAMERÚN - YAUNDÉ
CHAD - YAMENA
REPÚBLICA CENTROAFRICANA - BANGUI
COMORAS - MORONI
REPÚBLICA DEL CONGO - BRAZZAVILLE
REPÚBLICA DEMOCRÁTICA DEL CONGO - KINSHASA
COSTA DE MARFIL - YAMUSUKRO
EGIPTO - EL CAIRO
ERITREA - ASMARA
ETIOPÍA - ADÍS ABEBA
GABÓN - LIBREVILLE
GAMBIA - BANJUL
GHANA - ACCRA
GUINEA - CONAKRY
GUINEA-BISSAU - BISSAU
GUINEA ECUATORIAL - MALABO
KENIA - NAIROBI
LESOTO - MASERU
LIBERIA - MONROVIA
LIBIA - TRÍPOLI
MADAGASCAR - ANTANANARIVO
MALAUI - LILONGÜE
MALÍ - BAMAKO
MARRUECOS - RABAT
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VICENTE Y LAS GRANADINAS KINGSTOWN
SURINAM PARAMARIBO
TRINIDAD Y TOBAGO PUERTO ESPAÑA
URUGUAY MONTEVIDEO
VENEZUELA CARACAS

EUROPA
ALBANIA TIRANA
ALEMANIA BERLÍN
ANDORRA ANDORRA LA VIEJA
ARMENIA EREVÁN
AUSTRIA VIENA
AZERBAIYÁN BAKÚ
BÉLGICA BRUSELAS
BIELORRUSIA MINSK
BOSNIA Y HERZEGOVINA SARAJEVO
BULGARIA SOFÍA
REPÚBLICA CHECA PRAGA
CROACIA ZAGREB
DINAMARCA COPENHAGUE
ESLOVAQUIA BRATISLAVA
ESLOVENIA LUBLIJANA
ESPAÑA MADRID
ESTONIA TALLÍN
FINLANDIA HELSINKI
FRANCIA PARÍS
GEORGIA TIFLIS
GRECIA ATENAS
HUNGRÍA BUDAPEST
IRLANDA DUBLÍN
ISLANDIA REIKIAVIK
ITALIA ROMA
LETONIA RIGA
LIECHTENSTEIN VADUZ
LITUANIA VILNA
LUXEMBURGO LUXEMBURGO
REPÚBLICA DE MACEDONIA SKOPJE
MALTA LA VALETA
MOLDAVIA CHISINAU
MÓNACO MÓNACO
MONTENEGRO PODGORICA
NORUEGA OSLO
PAÍSES BAJOS AMSTERDAM
POLONIA VARSOVIA
PORTUGAL LISBOA
REINO UNIDO LONDRES
RUMANIA BUCAREST
RUSIA MOSCÚ
SAN MARINO CIUDAD DE SAN MARINO
SERBIA BELGRADO
SUECIA ESTOCOLMO
SUIZA BERNA
UCRANIA KIEV
VATICANO CIUDAD DEL VATICANO

ASIA
AFGANISTÁN KABUL
ARABIA SAUDITA RIAD
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