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Àdàkọ:Lists of capitals Èyí ni àtòjọ Àtòjọ Àwọn Olú-ìlú Àwọn Orílẹ̀-èdè Ní Àgbáyé, nínú rẹ̀, a lè rí tí àwọn olú-ìlú àwọn orílẹ̀-èdè Olómìnira, àwọn orílẹ̀ èdè tí kò ì tí ì dá dúró tàbí àwọn tí ó ṣì ń jìjà àlà-ilẹ̀ tàbí ibodè. Àwọn Olú-ìlú àwọn orílẹ̀-èdè lágbáyé tí wọ́n wà nínú àtòjọ yìí ni àwọn orílẹ̀-èdè tí wọ́n wà ní àkọsílẹ̀ pẹ̀lú àjọ International Standard ISO 3166-1, tàbí tí wọ́n wà ní àtòjọ àwọn orílẹ̀-èdè tí wọ́n dá mọ̀ ní ráńpẹ́.

Àwọn Orílẹ̀ èdè Olómìnira àti àwọn tí wọ́n wà lábẹ́ àyẹ̀wò àjọ Àgbáyé, United Nations ní fihàn nípa títóbi àrokò-ìkọ̀wé

Olú-ìlú Orílẹ̀-èdè Àkíyèsí
Abu Dhabi Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Abuja Àdàkọ:Flaglist Lagos was the capital from 1914 to 1991.
Accra Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Adamstown Àdàkọ:Flaglist British Overseas Territory.
Addis Ababa Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Algiers Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Alofi Àdàkọ:Flaglist Self-governing in free association with New Zealand.
Amman Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Amsterdam (official)
The Hague (de facto)
Àdàkọ:Flaglist The Dutch constitution refers to Amsterdam as the "capital". The Dutch government is located in The Hague, which also hosts the monarch, government ministries, judiciary and diplomatic missions. See Capital of the Netherlands.
Andorra la Vella Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Ankara Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Antananarivo Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Apia Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Ashgabat Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Asmara Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Asunción Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Athens Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Avarua Àdàkọ:Flaglist Self-governing in free association with New Zealand.
Baghdad Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Baku Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Bamako Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Bandar Seri Begawan Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Bangkok Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Bangui Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Banjul Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Basseterre Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Beijing Àdàkọ:Flaglist See also: List of historical capitals of China.
Beirut Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Belgrade Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Belmopan Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Berlin Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Bern Àdàkọ:Flaglist De facto: Switzerland has no de jure capital
Bishkek Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Bissau Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Bogotá Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Brasília Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Bratislava Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Brazzaville Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Bridgetown Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Brussels Àdàkọ:Flaglist Also the de facto capital of the  European Union.
Bucharest Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Budapest Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Buenos Aires Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Cairo Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Canberra Àdàkọ:Flaglist Planned city built to overcome the rivalry between Melbourne and Sydney, which were both put forward as potential capitals for the nation in the Australasia Federation Conventions of the 1890s. Section 125 of the Constitution gives basic details about the location of the capital, size of the encompassing territory and so forth, while the Seat of Government Act 1908 specified its precise location.
Caracas Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Castries Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Charlotte Amalie Àdàkọ:Flaglist Territory of the U.S.
Chișinău Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Cockburn Town Àdàkọ:Flaglist British Overseas Territory.
Conakry Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Copenhagen Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Dakar Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Damascus Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Dhaka Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Dili Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Djibouti Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Dodoma (official, legislative)
Dar es Salaam (de facto, judicial)
Àdàkọ:Flaglist Dar es Salaam, the former capital and largest city continues to serve as the de facto seat of government hosting the presidency, government ministries, judiciary and diplomatic missions.
Doha Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Douglas Àdàkọ:Flaglist British Crown Dependency.
Dublin Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Dushanbe Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Edinburgh of the Seven Seas Àdàkọ:Flaglist Part of the British Overseas Territory of Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha.
El Aioun (declared)
Tifariti (de facto)
Àdàkọ:Flaglist [c] The Sahrawi Republic, recognised by 82 states, claims the mostly Moroccan controlled Western Sahara. Moroccan controlled territory includes El Aaiún, and Morocco claims all Sahrawi controlled territory. Tifariti is now the temporary capital (instead of Bir Lehlou earlier) of the SADR. Some government and military structures reside in exile in Tindouf, Algeria.[1] See Politics of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic.
Episkopi Cantonment Àdàkọ:Flaglist British Overseas Territory.
Flying Fish Cove Àdàkọ:Flaglist External territory of Australia.
Freetown Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Funafuti Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Gaborone Àdàkọ:Flaglist
George Town Àdàkọ:Flaglist British Overseas Territory.
Georgetown Àdàkọ:Flaglist Part of the British Overseas Territory of Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha.
Georgetown Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Gibraltar Àdàkọ:Flaglist British Overseas Territory.
Gitega Àdàkọ:Flaglist Bujumbura was the capital from 1962 to 2018.
Guatemala City Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Gustavia Àdàkọ:Flaglist Overseas collectivity of France.
Hagåtña Àdàkọ:Flaglist Territory of the United States.
Hamilton Àdàkọ:Flaglist British Overseas Territory.
Hanga Roa Àdàkọ:Flaglist Special territory of Chile.
Hanoi Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Harare Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Hargeisa Àdàkọ:Flaglist Unrecognized and self-declared state, de jure part of Somalia.
Havana Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Helsinki Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Honiara Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Islamabad Àdàkọ:Flaglist Karachi was selected as the first capital of Pakistan and served as such until the capital was shifted to Rawalpindi in 1958. Rawalpindi served as an interim capital for almost a decade until the construction in Islamabad was complete.
Jakarta Àdàkọ:Flaglist A new purpose-built city in Kalimantan is planned to replace Jakarta as the national capital from the mid 2020s.[2]
Jamestown Àdàkọ:Flaglist Part of the British Overseas Territory of Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha.
Azaz Àdàkọ:Flaglist See Syrian Civil War.
Jerusalem (disputed) Àdàkọ:Flaglist (de facto)
Àdàkọ:Flaglist (claimed)
The Jerusalem Law states that "Jerusalem, complete and united, is the capital of Israel" and the city serves as the seat of the Israeli government and its institutions. United Nations Security Council Resolution 478 declared the Jerusalem Law "null and void" and called on member states to withdraw their diplomatic missions from Jerusalem. Most countries currently maintain their embassies in and around Tel Aviv. The United States recognized Jerusalem as the capital and moved its embassy there in May 2018. [3] Many countries officially adhere to the proposal that Jerusalem have international status, as called for in the 1947 Partition Plan.[4] The State of Palestine, a de jure state, claims East Jerusalem as its capital. See Status of Jerusalem and Positions on Jerusalem.
Juba Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Kabul Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Kampala Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Kathmandu Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Khartoum Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Kiev Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Kigali Àdàkọ:Flaglist
King Edward Point Àdàkọ:Flaglist British Overseas Territory.
Kingston Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Kingston Àdàkọ:Flaglist External territory of Australia.
Kingstown Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Kinshasa Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Kuala Lumpur (official, legislative and royal)
Putrajaya (administrative and judicial)
Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Kuwait City Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Libreville Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Lilongwe Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Lima Àdàkọ:Flaglist Cusco is declared as the "Historical Capital" (Spánì: [Capital Historica] error: {{lang}}: text has italic markup (help)), a merely symbolic statement, by Article 49 of the Peruvian Constitution.
Lisbon Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Ljubljana Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Lomé Àdàkọ:Flaglist
London Àdàkọ:Flaglist Prior to the Acts of Union in 1707, London was the capital of England only; Edinburgh was the capital of the Kingdom of Scotland.
Luanda Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Lusaka Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Luxembourg Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Madrid Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Majuro Àdàkọ:Flaglist Self-governing in free association with United States.
Malabo Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Malé Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Managua Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Manama Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Manila Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Maputo Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Marigot Àdàkọ:Flaglist Overseas collectivity of France.
Maseru Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Mata-Utu Àdàkọ:Flaglist Overseas collectivity of France.
Mbabane (administrative)
Lobamba (royal and legislative)
Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Mexico City Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Minsk Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Mogadishu Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Monaco Àdàkọ:Flaglist City-state.
Monrovia Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Montevideo Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Moroni Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Moscow Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Muscat Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Nairobi Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Nassau Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Naypyidaw Àdàkọ:Flaglist
N'Djamena Àdàkọ:Flaglist
New Delhi Àdàkọ:Flaglist Kolkata was the capital of India until 1911 during the British Raj.
Ngerulmud Àdàkọ:Flaglist Self-governing in free association with United States.
Niamey Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Nicosia Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Nicosia Àdàkọ:Flaglist De facto independent state that is recognised only by Turkey. Northern Cyprus is claimed in whole by the Republic of Cyprus.[5]
Nouakchott Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Nouméa New Caledonia Sui generis collectivity of France.
Nukuʻalofa Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Nur-Sultan Àdàkọ:Flaglist Formerly known as Astana; the name was changed on 20 March 2019.
Nuuk Àdàkọ:Flaglist Self-governing country within the Kingdom of Denmark.
Oranjestad Àdàkọ:Flaglist Self-governing country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
Oslo Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Ottawa Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Ouagadougou Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Pago Pago Àdàkọ:Flaglist Territory of the United States.
Palikir Àdàkọ:Flaglist Self-governing in free association with United States.
Panama City Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Papeete Àdàkọ:Flaglist Overseas collectivity of France.
Paramaribo Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Paris Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Philipsburg Àdàkọ:Flaglist Self-governing country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
Phnom Penh Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Plymouth (official)
Brades Estate (de facto)
Àdàkọ:Flaglist British Overseas Territory. Plymouth was abandoned after the eruption of the Soufriere Hills volcano in 1997. Government offices since then have been moved to Brades Estate, which is in the northwestern part of Montserrat.
Podgorica (official)
Cetinje (Old Royal Capital, present seat of the President)
Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Port Louis Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Port Moresby Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Port Vila Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Port-au-Prince Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Port of Spain Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Porto-Novo (official)
Cotonou (de facto)
Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Prague Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Praia Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Pretoria (executive)
Bloemfontein (judicial)
Cape Town (legislative)
Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Pristina Àdàkọ:Flaglist[g] De facto independent state that is recognised by Àdàkọ:Numrec UN member states and by Taiwan. Claimed in whole by the Republic of Serbia as part of its Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija. Republic of Kosovo has de facto control over most of the territory, with limited control in North Kosovo.
Pyongyang Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Quito Àdàkọ:Flaglist Highest official capital (2,850 m).[6]
Rabat Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Ramallah Àdàkọ:Flaglist De facto capital.
Reykjavík Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Riga Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Riyadh Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Road Town Àdàkọ:Flaglist British Overseas Territory.
Rome Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Roseau Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Saipan Àdàkọ:Flaglist Territory of the United States.
San José Àdàkọ:Flaglist
San Juan Àdàkọ:Flaglist Territory of the United States.
San Marino Àdàkọ:Flaglist
San Salvador Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Sana'a (de jure)
Aden (de facto, temporary)
Àdàkọ:Flaglist Sana'a has been occupied by Houthis rebels since February 2015. See also: Yemeni Civil War (2015–present).
Santiago (official)
Valparaíso (legislative)
Àdàkọ:Flaglist The National Congress of Chile is located in Valparaíso.
Santo Domingo Àdàkọ:Flaglist
São Tomé Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Sarajevo Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Seoul Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Singapore Àdàkọ:Flaglist City-state.
Skopje Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Sofia Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte (official)
Colombo (executive, judicial)
Àdàkọ:Flaglist Also known as "Kotte". Until the 1980s, the capital was Colombo, where many important governmental institutions still remain and which is still designated as the commercial capital of Sri Lanka.
St. George's Àdàkọ:Flaglist
St. Helier Àdàkọ:Flaglist British Crown Dependency.
St. John's Àdàkọ:Flaglist
St. Peter Port Àdàkọ:Flaglist British Crown Dependency.
St. Pierre Àdàkọ:Flaglist Overseas collectivity of France.
Stanley Àdàkọ:Flaglist British Overseas Territory.
Stepanakert Àdàkọ:Flaglist The self-declared country remains diplomatically unrecognised by UN-member states, including Armenia. Transnistria, South Ossetia, and Abkhazia, all UN non-member states, recognise the state. Claimed in whole by Azerbaijan.
Stockholm Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Sucre (constitutional)
La Paz (administrative)
Àdàkọ:Flaglist La Paz is the highest administrative capital (3,650 m), higher than Quito.[6]
Sukhumi Àdàkọ:Flaglist De facto independent state recognised by Russia, Nauru, Nicaragua, Venezuela, South Ossetia and Transnistria. Claimed in whole by Republic of Georgia as the Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia.
Suva Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Taipei Àdàkọ:Flaglist Officially the Republic of China (ROC), it has been competing for recognition with the People's Republic of China (PRC) as the sole Chinese government since 1949. Taiwan controls the island of Taiwan and its associated islands, Quemoy, Matsu, the Pratas, and part of the Spratly Islands[Note 1] The territory of Taiwan is claimed in whole by the People's Republic of China.[Note 2] The Republic of China participates in the World Health Organization and a number of non-UN international organizations such as the World Trade Organization, International Olympic Committee and others under a variety of pseudonyms, most commonly Chinese Taipei.
Tallinn Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Tamar (de facto) Àdàkọ:Flaglist Special administrative region within the People's Republic of China.
Tarawa Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Tashkent Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Tbilisi (official)
Kutaisi (legislative)
Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Tegucigalpa Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Tehran Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Thimphu Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Tirana Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Tiraspol Àdàkọ:Flaglist De facto independent state, not recognized by any UN-member, but by Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Claimed in whole by the Republic of Moldova as the Territorial Unit of Transnistria.
Tokyo Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Tórshavn Àdàkọ:Flaglist Self-governing country within the Kingdom of Denmark.
Tripoli Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Tskhinvali Àdàkọ:Flaglist De facto independent state recognised by Russia, Nicaragua, Nauru, Venezuela, Abkhazia and Transnistria. Claimed in whole by the Republic of Georgia as the Provisional Administrative Entity of South Ossetia.
Tunis Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Ulaanbaatar Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Vaduz Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Valletta Àdàkọ:Flaglist
The Valley Àdàkọ:Flaglist British Overseas Territory.
Vatican City Àdàkọ:Flaglist City-state.
Victoria Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Vienna Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Vientiane Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Vilnius Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Warsaw Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Washington, D.C. Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Wellington Àdàkọ:Flaglist See also: Capital of New Zealand.
West Island Àdàkọ:Flaglist External territory of Australia.
Willemstad Àdàkọ:Flaglist Self-governing country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
Windhoek Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Yamoussoukro (official)
Abidjan (former capital; still has many government offices)
Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Yaoundé Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Yaren (de facto) Àdàkọ:Flaglist Country does not have an official capital; however, the government offices are in Yaren.
Yerevan Àdàkọ:Flaglist
Zagreb Àdàkọ:Flaglist

Àkíyèsí[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

  1. The sovereignty over the Spratly Islands is disputed by the PRC, the ROC, Vietnam, the Philippines (part), Malaysia (part), and Brunei (part). Except Brunei, each of these countries occupies part of the islands (see List of territorial disputes).
  2. In 1949, the Republic of China government led by the Kuomintang (KMT) lost the Chinese Civil War to the Communist Party of China (CPC) and set up a provisional capital in Taipei. The CPC established the People's Republic. As such, the political status of the ROC and the legal status of Taiwan (alongside the territories under ROC jurisdiction) are in dispute. In 1971, the United Nations gave the China seat to the PRC instead of the ROC: most states recognize the PRC to be the sole legitimate representative of all China, and the UN classifies Taiwan as "Taiwan, Province of China". The ROC has de facto relations with most sovereign states. A significant political movement within Taiwan advocates Taiwan independence.

Àwọn Ìtọ́kasí[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

  1. https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/wi.html
  2. "Indonesia announces site of capital city to replace sinking Jakarta". The Guardian. 26 August 2019. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/aug/26/indonesia-new-capital-city-borneo-forests-jakarta. 
  3. See the CIA Factbook and Map of Israel
  4. Sharkansky, Ira (1996). Governing Jerusalem: Again on the world's agenda. Wayne State University Press. p. 23. ISBN 0-8143-2592-0. 
  5. See The World Factbook|Cyprus (10 January 2006). Central Intelligence Agency. Retrieved January 17, 2006.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Jacobs, Frank (19 June 2012). "Amazonia or Bust!". New York Times. http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/06/19/amazonia-or-bust/#ftn3. Retrieved 28 June 2012.