Country – Capital XML List using GeoNames

Was looking around trying to find an XML file of countries and capital cities.

Initially came accross some rather incomplete xml files with the ISO two digit country codes, but so far the best info I found is from GeoNames.

If your using Flash/Flex, it doesnt matter that their crossdomain.xml is outdated, because they use REST web services.


In flex, you can use a HttpService to specify request attributes, good example here. Very handy.


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