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Dubai is the name of both the country and its capital city What other countries or states exhibit this?

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Dubai is one of the Emirates of the United Arab Emirates, which consists of seven states. This list includes cities of the United States of America (which consist of 50 states and a Federal district). The following list is not exhaustive and can be improved. Algeria (Algiers) it's more obvious in French (Alger - Algerie) Andorra (Andorra La Vella) Brazil (Brasilia) Djibouti (Djibouti City) El Salvador (San Salvador) Emirate of Abu Dhabi (Abu Dhabi) (Part of United Arab Emirates which consists of seven states) Emirate of Ajman (Ajman) (Part of United Arab Emirates which consists of seven states) Emirate of Dubai (Dubai) (Part of United Arab Emirates which consists of seven states) Emirate of Fujaira (Fujaira) (Part of United Arab Emirates which consists of seven states) Emirate of Ras Al-Khaima (Ras Al-Khaima) (Part of United Arab Emirates which consists of seven states) Emirate of Sharjah (Sharjah) (Part of United Arab Emirates which consists of seven states) Emirate of Umm Al Quwain (Part of United Arab Emirates which consists of seven states) Gibraltar (Gibraltar) Guatemala (Guatemala City) Guinea-Bissau (Bissau) Kuwait (Kuwait City) Indiana (Indianapolis) (polis means city in ancient Greek) (Part of the USA which consist of 50 states and a Federal district) Luxembourg (Luxembourg) Mexico (Mexico City) Monaco (contiguous city-state) Oklahoma (Oklahoma City) (Part of the USA which consist of 50 states and a Federal district) Panama (Panama City) Saint Pierre and Miquelon (St Pierre) San Marino (San Marino) Singapore Tunisia (Tunis) Vatican City

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