North America

Nuuk, Greenland

Nuuk, the administrative capital of Greenland is referred to as the city of ‘Good Hope’. Approximately quarter of the Greenland population lives in Nuuk. Most visitors to this city have accused it of being soulless and feature numerous high rise building blocks.

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Nassau, Bahamas

Nassau is Bahamas’ capital city and the largest city in this British Commonwealth. The city enjoys a subtropical kind of climate which is identical to the kind of climate in South Florida. Throughout the entire year, Nassau experiences a humid, warm weather with some very cool nights.

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Hamilton, Bermuda

Hamilton serves as the capital of Bermuda Island and it is actually the only city here. Despite being just a small city, Hamilton is nevertheless a friendly and vibrant city and everything in Bermuda revolves around Hamilton.

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Hagatna, Guam

Hagatna was formerly referred to as Agana and it is the national capital of the city of Guam. Hagatna is the smallest inhabited village in this village in terms of both population and area. It has for long been the population center of Guam from early 20th century and still maintains the same even today.

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Guatemala City, Guatemala

The Central America country of Guatemala has Guatemala City as its national, administrative and economic capital. The city gained its capital statues in 1773 after a devastating earthquake completely destroyed the then capital, Antigua Guatemala.

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George Town, Cayman Islands

In 2008, Gorge Town was designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and serves as the capital of the Cayman Islands. The city traces its historical beginnings in 1786 and having a population of 600, 000 inhabitants today, it is one of the largest and most populated cities in Malaysia.

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Charlotte Amalie, United States

Charlotte Amalie is famous for many things despite being the capital for administration in Virgin Islands. Most importantly, Charlotte Amalie is a deep sea water harbor where it is used as the port of call by many cruise ships. In fact, the number of cruise ship passengers that dock at Charlotte Amalie can be as high as 2 million in any given year.

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Virgin Islands

Virgin Islands are characterized by a mountainous, rugged and hilly terrain and the area experiences occasional earthquakes from time to time. Recently, the Virgin Islands have been characterized by hurricanes and frequent floods and severe droughts.

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Sint Maarten

Sint Maarten is shared between the French and the Dutch. Compared to Saint Martin, Sint Maarten is quite small and it has its capital at Philipsburg. The island is recognized as an independent state but it is still within Netherlands kingdom.

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