50 Countries of Europe and Their Capital Cities

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  • Post last modified:January 13, 2022

For administrative purposes, all governments require a capital city. Capital cities are required by states, provinces, and other administrative areas. Many European countries have capitals that are also their largest cities. In Europe, 50 nations have their own capital cities. Various nations are small in size and population.

With a population of about 1,000 people, Vatican City is the smallest capital city, while Moscow, Russia’s largest capital city, has a population of 12.2 million people. The capital cities of 50 countries, including transcontinental countries, are mentioned here.

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No.CountryCapitalPopulation
1AlbaniaTirana557,422
2AndorraAndorra la Vella22,256
3ArmeniaYerevan1,060,138
4AustriaVienna2,600,000
5AzerbaijanBaku3,525,000
6BelarusMinsk1,921,807
7BelgiumBrussels178,552
8Bosnia and HerzegovinaSarajevo386,523
9BulgariaSofia1,547,472
10CroatiaZagreb688,163
11CyprusNicosia321,816
12Czech RepublicPrague1,391,508
13DenmarkCopenhagen1,295,686
14EstoniaTallinn446,055
15FinlandHelsinki1,231,595
16FranceParis10,601,122
17GeorgiaTbilisi1,118,035
18GermanyBerlin3,670,622
19GreeceAthens3,090,508
20HungaryBudapest1,759,407
21IcelandReykjavik123,246
22IrelandDublin1,173,179
23ItalyRome4,356,403
24KazakhstanAstana1,006,574
25LatviaRiga641,423
26LiechtensteinVaduz5,537
27LithuaniaVilnius692,528
28LuxembourgLuxembourg (city)107,247
29MacedoniaSkopje506,926
30MaltaValletta355,000
31MoldovaChisinau532,513
32MonacoMonaco38,400
33MontenegroPodgorica187,085
34NetherlandsAmsterdam851,573
35NorwayOslo975,744
36PolandWarsaw1,753,977
37PortugalLisbon2,700,000
38RomaniaBucharest2,106,144
39RussiaMoscow12,228,685
40San MarinoSan Marino4,128
41SerbiaBelgrade1,166,763
42SlovakiaBratislava583,600
43SloveniaLjubljana279,756
44SpainMadrid6,240,000
45SwedenStockholm1,515,017
46SwitzerlandBern133,115
47TurkeyAnkara5,270,575
48UkraineKiev3,375,000
49United KingdomLondon9,787,426
50Vatican CityVatican City1,000

Interesting Facts:

  • Vatican City is the world’s smallest country and also a tiny city.
  • Moscow, the capital of Russia located on the European side, Russia’s most part goes to Asia.
  • Many European capital cities are major tourist attractions, with thousands of tourists each year.
  • Russia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, and Turkey are among the few transcontinental countries.
  • Eurasia is the name given to the transcontinental countries of Europe.
  • London, Paris, Amsterdam, and Rome are popular tourist destinations that attract visitors from all around the world.
  • San Marino is one of the smallest capital cities in the world, with a population of about 4,000 people.

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