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Melekeok, Palau

The city of Melekeok is in Palau Island and was named as the country’s capital city in 2006. Believe it or not, Melekeok has a population of slightly above 250 people. As such, Melekeok is the world’s smallest capital city in terms of population.

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Maseru, Lesotho

Maseru city serves as the national capital of Lesotho in Southern Africa. While there is nothing much to see in Maseru, you can still stop by before venturing into other further places in the country.

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Funafuti, Tuvalu

As the capital city of the low lying islands of Tuvalu, Funafuti is one of the least known destinations especially by tourists. Just like the rest of the surrounding islands, Funafuti enjoys a tropical climate and the area is quite safe as natural phenomena are rare.

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Freetown, Sierra Leone

Freetown, a city that is recognized as the heart and economic hub of West Africa. The city enjoys a strategic location and sits at the foot of Peninsula Mountains and beautifully faces a great natural harbor on West Africa coast.

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Harare, Zimbabwe

Harare is the largest and most developed city in the South African country of Zimbabwe which also serves as the national administrative and commercial capital. About 2 million people reside in Harare with central Harare being the mostly populated part of the city.

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Hanga Roa, Easter Island

Located in Chile in the province of Easter Island, Hanga Roa serves as the capital, harbor and main town of the province. With a population of about 5000 people, it is the most populous town on the Island.

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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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Gustavia, Saint Barthelemy

Saint Barthélem Island boasts of having Gustavia as it is main town. Situated in Puerto Rico coast in Guadeloupe, the town was actually named after the well known king of Sweden, Gustav II. Initially, St. Barts was a French overseas territory.

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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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