Published August 2002 by Thomson Gale .
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This is a list of national capitals, including capitals of territories and dependencies, non-sovereign states including associated states and entities whose sovereignty is disputed.
The capitals included on this list are those associated with states or territories listed by the international standard ISOor that are included in the list of states with limited recognition. Get this from a library. Cities of the world: regional patterns and urban environments. [Stanley D Brunn; Jessica K Graybill; Maureen Hays-Mitchell;] -- "This edition focuses specifically on urban environmental issues, social and economic injustice, security and conflict, the history of urban settlement, urban models, and daily life.
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2 La Paz is the seat of the government and the de facto capital of. List of world capitals. As the capital cities of their countries, these towns differ in terms of safety, prices, health care, pollutions level, and other conditions, these all are called the quality of life.
What is the best place to live. The world's number one place for living is Australian capital Canberra, followed by the Canadian Ottawa.
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