What is the capital of country with fewest resident embassies. I have one example but will add it as answer later (if no one mention it). By country I accept the definition and list of Wikipedia

  • If this question is serious, you would have to define "country" first. There are places like Sealand which claim to be sovereign, but hardly anybody else agrees and they get zero embassies from serious countries. – o.m. Jan 18 at 18:37
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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is a political trivia question, with no impact on Travel. – o.m. Jan 18 at 18:38
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    @o.m., when you travel you may need support from embassy. So IMO it is related. – Romeo Ninov Jan 18 at 18:40
  • @o.m., I add my understanding of country. – Romeo Ninov Jan 18 at 18:44
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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it’s purpose and usefulness isn’t clear and the answer is likely to change over time – Traveller Jan 18 at 18:53

You can try beating Andorra which has a Spanish and a French embassy. And Monaco has three embassies, but only one (Malta) in the capital Monte Carlo. Your question is a bit unclear there.

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Two countries do not have resident embassies in capitals: Vatican and Liechtenstein. To be precise Vatican have embassies, but in Rome, not in the city itself. For reference here

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Tiraspol, the capital of Transnistria has no embassies.

Interestingly, Transnistria does have three embassies of its own though: Abkhazia, Russia, and South Ossetia.

Stepanakert, the capital of Artsakh also has no embassies.

Yes these are not widely recognized countries...

So I kept looking and found that

Alofi, the capital of Niue, has one high commission and no embassies. Any embassies of the country are non-resident embassies, located elsewhere.

I wouldn't be surprised if other tiny island nations also have none, but I stopped looking.

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  • @RomeoNinov Transnistria is absolutely on your list, in "Other States" section. – alamar Jan 18 at 21:46

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