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"V" European Cities
Europe - Cities
"I want you to select the right European city starting with a "V"."
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This Albanian port was called Valona in Italian. The independence of Albania was proclaimed here in 1912.
This Latvian port was called Windau in German. It was an important Russian port before WWI.
This city was the capital of Bulgaria 1186-1877. The independent kingdom of Bulgaria was proclaimed here in 1908.
This city is the capital of Lithuania.
This town in Carinthia, Austria is called Beljak in Slovenian.
This Russian city was the capital of a former principality. Later it became a joint principality with Suzdal and Rostov.
This city in Belarus came under Lithuania in 1320 and under Poland in the 16th century. It came under Russia after the first partition of Poland. It is the capital of an administrative subdivision with the same name. The region is situated in the basin of the Western Dvina with extensive forests and swamps.
This city is the capital of the Basque County autonomous community.
This city is the capital of Malta.
This city was made the capital of unoccupied France in WWII and was the seat of the French collaborationist government led by Marshal Pétain.
This city is the capital of a county in central Jutland, Denmark, with the same name. It was important in the early history of Denmark. The kings of Denmark were crowned here from the 11th century.
This city is the capital of Liechtenstein.
This was an important city of the Lombard duchy in the early Middle Ages. It gained independence in 1164 and joined the Lombard League. It was destroyed by Emperor Frederick II in 1236 and ruled by the della Scala family from 1311.
This city is the capital of Gotland province, Sweden.
This Finnish city was formerly called Nikolainkaupunki. It is the capital of a province with the same name.
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