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Capitals of Countries, SARs, Islands, Territories

There are some countries where there are more than one capital.

There can be
official capital
De facto capital
Seat of national executive, legislative, and electoral bodies
Seat of national executive
Seat of national legislature
seat of national administrative and legislative bodies
Seat of national judiciary bodies
Seat of the Constitutional Court and the Central Electoral Board
Administrative capital
Legislative and royal capital
Official and royal capital
Seat of President
De jure capital
Legislative capital
Judicial capital
Declared capital
Temporary capital
Internationally recognized capital
or ther emay be metonymy

So for a country, you may see two capitals or even 3 capitals and details are shared for the same.

de facto describes practices that exist in reality, even though they are not officially recognized by laws. It is commonly used to refer to what happens in practice, in contrast with de jure ("by law"), which refers to things that happen according to law.

 

CNN News on 30th March 2020
These countries have more than one capital

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