So you aced the beginners quiz? Let’s see how you stack up with the intermediate version! Albert Einstein worked on his famous theory of relativity in this Swiss capital: Zurich. Bern. Geneva. Vienna. The Mexican capital is home to several important archaeological sites: Guadalajara. Puerto Vallarta. Cancun. Mexico City. The Israeli capital is a religious site for Muslims, Jews, and Christians alike: Bethlehem. Jerusalem. Nazareth. Tel Aviv. According to ancient legend, this well populated Italian capital was founded by two brothers who were raised by a she-wolf: Naples. Milan. Verona. Rome. The Iraqi capital, located on the Tigris River, is the second largest city in the Arab world: Baghdad. Kabul. Tehran. Beirut. The Indian capital contains "The Ridge" - a network of forests which is said to be the green lungs of the city. New Delhi. Mumbai. Bangalore. Kathmandu. The capital of Greece is considered the cradle of Western civilization and birthplace of democracy: Thessaloniki. Rhodes. Athens. Alexandria. The Moroccan capital is known as the "Washington" of North Africa due to its monuments, embassies, and government buildings: Rabat. Marrakech. Casablanca. Fez. The Kenyan capital is home to one of the most famous national parks in Africa where people can view wildlife in their natural habitat: Mombasa. Cape Town. Mogadishu. Nairobi. The Thai capital is famous for its delicious street food and endless Buddhist temples: Phuket. Seoul. Trang. Bangkok.