Geography Quiz / Capitals of South America, from previous names

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Can you name the Capitals of South America from their previous or alternate names?

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Holy Mary of the Fair Winds, given by Pedro de Mendoza at the city's first foundation. Its present name means Fair Winds in Spanish.At its second foundation (1580) Juan de Garay named it City of the Most Holy Trinity and Port of Saint Mary of the Fair Winds.
Santa Fé de Bacatá, named by Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada in 1538 after his birthplace and the local name. 1956 city was joined with other municipalities forming a Special DistricIts shortened modern name was officially adopted in 2000, though the Constitution of 1991 had used the shortened modern form in its name.
1567: Captain Diego de Losada y Osorio founded the City of 'Santiago de Leon De ______, incorporating the native word,or a slurring of it, for the valley.
_____ del Nuevo Extremo (_____ of New Extremadura) City founded 1541 by Pedro de Valdivia.Nuevo Extremo was the name of Chile, after a region in Spain.
Ychma or Itchyma, after its original inhabitants, according to early Spanish chronicles.Ciudad de los Reyes, City of the Kings, by Francisco Pizarro (1535) because it was founded on Epiphany.
Laja, Native American settlement.Nuestra Señora de _____ _____ (Our Lady of Peace)
Longchamps (French, 1782); Stabroek (Dutch, 1784)
San Francisco de _____ (1534).Muy Noble y Muy Leal Ciudad de San Francisco de _____ ('Very Noble and Loyal City of San Francisco of _____') (1556)

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