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Quiz Location, flags and capitals of Central Asian countries

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Do you know Central Asia?

 

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Capital of Uzbekistan, this city of 2.7 million inhabitants means 'stone citadel' in Turkic.

Capital of Uzbekistan, this city of 2.7 million inhabitants means 'stone citadel' in Turkic.

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Kazakhstan's capital of around 577,000 inhabitants, renamed several times (Akmolinsk, Tselinograd, Akmola), having replaced the city of Almalty as capital in 1998.

Kazakhstan's capital of around 577,000 inhabitants, renamed several times (Akmolinsk, Tselinograd, Akmola), having replaced the city of Almalty as capital in 1998.

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Capital of Tajikistan with a population of 680,000, formerly known as Stalinabad.

Capital of Tajikistan with a population of 680,000, formerly known as Stalinabad.

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The capital of Turkmenistan, this city of around 750,000 inhabitants is located in an oasis in the Karakum desert at the foot of the Kodet-Dag range.

The capital of Turkmenistan, this city of around 750,000 inhabitants is located in an oasis in the Karakum desert at the foot of the Kodet-Dag range.

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Capital of Kyrgyzstan with around 1 million inhabitants, formerly named Frounze after a Soviet leader.

Capital of Kyrgyzstan with around 1 million inhabitants, formerly named Frounze after a Soviet leader.