Madrid, The capital of Spain, in the sunset.

European Capitals Fun Facts

Love and history are alive, and you can feel them in the air of the European capitals.

Are you ready to take off as we show you all the fun and happy facts about your favorite European capitals! Are you as excited as we are? Let us take you to a place where everything is bright and exciting!

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Lisbon is considered as one of the oldest cities in Europe and has been continuously in existence and has been in use since the 12th century.

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Two of the most famous football clubs around the world can be found in Madrid. These are the Real Madrid football club and the Atletico Madrid football club.

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Despite being the capital city of one of the modern countries of Europe, Helsinki is very close to nature since a third of all its land area is used as green space!

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Leningrad was formerly called Saint Petersburg and was founded by Peter the Great, who was the first monarch to travel outside Russia. He visited different places in Europe incognito.

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Paris has known the world over as the city of love for its romantic views, customs, and places and one of the must-visit places for lovers or honeymooners.

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Vienna is known for its elegant Imperial Palaces and equally world-famous personalities who have lived and performed in this city like Mozart and Beethoven.

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The City of Berlin was once divided into two parts during the years immediately after the Second World War ended, and the structure used to divide the city and the country was called the Berlin Wall.

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Rome has been used as a city and place where the central government is located since Roman times and its antiquities dating to those periods are some of the most accessible and best-preserved.

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Amsterdam shares the distinction of the capital city with Hague, another city of the Netherlands, and has been called the official capital of the country to differentiate it from The Hague.

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Copenhagen was founded on two islands: the island of Zealand and the island of Amager and was first established by a Bishop before the Royal Family declared it as their residence.