The United States is a massive country.
It is broken up into states for easier governance and naturally, each state would need a state capital. This the home of the state government. Here you will find a capitol building where legislation is passed, enforced and where state government staff ensure that everything within the state itself runs smoothly.
Surprisingly, many of these state capitals are NOT the biggest cities found in the state. Some are extremely small and a few even have less than 100,000 people living within the city limits.
So let's get onto the reason you are here ... the task at hand, shall we say. With 50 state capitals, do you think you would be able to name the city that serves a state as its state capital?
Sure, you probably know the state capital where you live. But what about New York State? And no, it isn't New York City. How about Texas? Massachusetts? Or even Illinois?
Those are fairly easy, right? Don't worry, we have made sure we have a few tough ones as well.
A score of 30/35 would be a fine achievement on this quiz.
Do you think you could reach that?
Good luck ...