The capital city of Slovakia is Bratislava (originally called Pozsony).
The capital of Hungary is Budapest.
The capital of Hungary is Budapest. It has an area of 525km squared and a population of 1.73 million as of 2012.
The capital of Lithuania is Vilnius.
Kyiv (Kiev), the capital of Ukraine, is one of the oldest cities of Eastern Europe, having been founded, according to legend, in 462 AD. It is situated on the right and the left banks of the river Dnipro (Dnieper) and its current population is 2.5 million people.
Historically, other cities have served as Ukrainian capitals. After the fall of Kyivan-Rus, L'viv served as capital of the remaining Halych-Volyn Principality from 1272-1340. Under Mazepa, during the Hetmanate, Baturyn was the capital from 1669-1708, and from 1750-1764. And, after Ukraine's incorporation into the USSR, Kharkiv served as capital of the Ukrainian SSR from 1919-1934.
"Kyiv" is the official transliteration of the Ukrianan name of the city. "Kiev" is the older version of the name, transliterated from the Russian name of the city.
CapitAl. Since 1934 Kiev has been the capital of Ukraine.
The Black Sea
The Iberian Peninsula
For a+ useres! the answer is Turkish Straits!!!
(someone prolly already said this but I wanted to make sure)
plains or plains people
The capital of Turkey is Ankara which is located in central Anatolia. Ankara was preferred to Istanbul, which had been the capital of the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires for hundreds of years, because Istanbul was considered vulnerable to potential enemy attacks and also housed much of the Ancien Regime Intelligentsia. The new nation of Turkey chose Ankara as its capital as it was located in the middle of Anatolia (Asian Turkey).
Ankara is the capital of the Republic of Turkey.
A common wealth of independent states.
The Former Soviet Union
Vistula , or Wisła
The Carpathian Mountains.
Albania is the poorest of the Southeastern European countries, and one of the poorest in all of Europe.
Łódź (but it's already a third largest city, as the population decreased in the 1990's)
Sofia, the capital city of Bulgaria is located on the east of Skopje. Skopje is the capital city of Macedonia, another country.
Austria is not a "postage stamp country".
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