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EU Countries Quiz

There are 27 members of the European Union. Can you name them all?
€ = Euro currency
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Last updated: January 1, 2023
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Country
Austria
Belgium
 
Bulgaria
Croatia
Cyprus
 
Czech Republic
 
Denmark
 
Country
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
 
Hungary
Ireland
 
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Italy
Latvia
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Malta
Netherlands
 
Poland
 
Country
Portugal
 
Romania
Slovakia
Slovenia
Spain
 
Sweden
100 Recent Comments
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Level 49
May 17, 2018
UK should be a required answer. We have not yet left (and hopefully never will).
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Level 58
Feb 1, 2020
Sorry but we have
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Level 49
Feb 1, 2020
Yes, today is a very, very sad day. The rampant nationalism (People screaming F*** the EU, burning EU flags, etc) makes me sick to my stomach.
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Level 59
Aug 7, 2020
I agree.
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Level 69
Apr 19, 2024
How are things over there? What's happened to that nationalism now that the consequences are starting to appear?
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Level 66
Jun 22, 2018
I'm an idiot. I almost forgot FRANCE. and I had every other one. but I got it though.
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Level 37
Jun 22, 2018
Sorry, Joakim, your argument about Cyprus being in Asia because it is on the Anatolyan Tectonic Plate just doesn't wash. The ABC islands and Trinidad & Tobago are on the South American Tectonic Plate yet are deemed part of North America. Egypt is in Africa, yet is considered

part of Asia (the Middle East); Greenland is in North America, yet considered part of Europe and Malta is in the middle of the Mediterranean, yet considered European.

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Level 34
Apr 8, 2019
ABC Islands are Aruba, Bonaire, Curicao, right?
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Level 37
May 27, 2019
^ Yes. The are referred to as the ABC islands.
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Level 76
Aug 12, 2019
But Egypt IS considered African, not Asian and Greenland is part of North America, not Europe...
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Level 82
Feb 3, 2020
The tectonic plate thing doesn't line up that's true. Our concept of continents is much older than tectonic plate theory and the two have nothing to do with one another. But Egypt is definitely not considered part of Asia, except sometimes the Sinai.
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Level 49
Feb 3, 2020
For this quiz, it doesn't really matter whether you think Cyprus is in Asia or Europe. It is in the European Union.
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Level 42
Dec 17, 2021
But Greenland is usually considered part of North America and Egypt is usually considered part of Africa, except sometimes being called as a transcontinental country, due to the position of Sinai Peninsula.
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Level 48
Jun 22, 2018
Got all of them first try. Didn't know all of them first but just guessed ones most probable to be in the EU.
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Level 50
Aug 6, 2018
100 % yay
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Level 54
Aug 28, 2018
forgot greece and bulgaria
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Level 47
Mar 19, 2019
Can't wait for UK to leave and see their economy plummet.

Didn't they vote to leave a long time ago?

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Level 34
Apr 8, 2019
March 2016- Referendum.
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Level 70
Nov 2, 2019
No it was in June.
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Level 49
May 24, 2019
Actually, around half the voters in the referendum (amounts to around 20% of the UK's total population) voted to leave. The rest of us are just being dragged along by them, and completely ignored by government. In addition, polls show that if another referendum was held now that all the facts are known, remain would win by a significant margin.
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Level 85
Aug 12, 2019
Bit loose with the facts there Cao. Around 27% of the overall population voted to leave, but that includes everyone down to babies. Of registered voters around 37% voted to leave (and turnout was 72% which is very high for a UK vote).

Also, where are the polls that show remain would win by a "significant margin" now (or at any point since the referendum)? I'd be interested as I haven't seen anything that gives remain more than a slim victory, and that was the case with most polls before the vote too. The country's opinion is still on a knife edge as far as I can tell. Wish that wasn't the case, but it appears to be.

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Level 70
Aug 19, 2019
Polling since the referendum (and before it) can be found here. Mostly it shows a small lead for remain (but so did the polling beforehand, which was wrong).
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Level 55
Oct 25, 2019
The government, or more accurately parliament, are keen to defy the results of the referendum in any case. You might as well leave it as 28 members, as it seems that the UK won't leave. It will probably end up in having more referendums (referenda?) until the politicians get the result they want.
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Level 49
Feb 1, 2020
I have looked into it now, and yes it's true it was about 27%. Of course, not everyone was allowed to vote, and some didn't vote, and of course we don't know what they would have voted for. However, the results of the last general election where remain-supporting parties won more votes than leave did says to me that the mood of the country has changed, even if only slightly. Yet, still, we are all being dragged out, stripped of our EU citizenship, losing the rights that go with that, and for what? I see no benefit to anyone except wealthy millionaires who hide their money offshore.
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Level 70
Feb 1, 2020
The fact that most of the votes went to parties that supported remain (if you count Labour as supporting remain, which is debatable) says more about the politicians who refused to accept that they could not win on the issue of Brexit than it does about the voters. The massive swings towards the Conservatives are evidence of this. Brexit isn't a good idea but it is better than ignoring the referendum. If we want to avoid such things in the future we should not have any more referendums, probably reduce the voting age and maybe write ourselves a constitution that clarifies what happens if parliament and the people disagree. But because of the mistakes of the left wing parties in the UK we are left with a government that is never going to do the last two of those things because they have a large enough majority that it is not in their interests.
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Level 66
Apr 21, 2019
Cyprus is part of Asia, even though is very close to Europe.
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Level 49
Apr 27, 2019
Cyprus is in the European Union.
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Level 75
Apr 28, 2023
So...
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Level 35
Jan 5, 2024
So it's part of Europe. Notice how all the other countries are in Europe? Yet somehow Jetpunk doesn't consider Cyprus part of Europe. From a frustrated Cypriot person.
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Level 32
May 15, 2019
Almost forgot Denmark
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Level 47
Jun 21, 2019
Ugh forgot Malta! Didn't even know it had joined the EU xD
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Level 70
Aug 19, 2019
Then you didn't forget it, you just didn't think of it.
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Level 44
Nov 2, 2019
Brexit....tell me about it
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Level 49
Feb 1, 2020
Briefly: Probably the worst thing the UK has ever done to itself.
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Level 44
Nov 2, 2019
Great quiz btw
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Level 68
Nov 2, 2019
Poland. How did I miss Poland 🤦
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Level 56
Nov 3, 2019
...How did I get them all except Germany? GERMANY!
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Level 38
Mar 30, 2022
….how did I get all but 2. And 1 of the 2 was Italy! ITALY!!
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Level 70
Jan 31, 2020
The UK has been out of the EU for 5 minutes and I have nothing better to do than point out that this quiz needs an update.
+7
Level 58
Feb 1, 2020
I wanted to be the first...
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Level 52
Feb 1, 2020
Congratulations to Britain on removing its voice from the European parliament while still, for all intents and purposes, remaining part of the EU.
+4
Level 65
Feb 1, 2020
Controversial statement, no evidence of the later being confirmed in any form yet.
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Level 70
Feb 1, 2020
It is true at least for the next 11 months.
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Level 59
Feb 1, 2020
It hurts having to type only 27 answers in this quiz.
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Level 49
Feb 1, 2020
I know. I'm so sad today.
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Level 51
Feb 1, 2020
Got Hungary at 1 second!
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Level 85
Feb 1, 2020
No Iceland, Norway, or Switzerland? Do they know how depressed they should be at not being part of the EU?
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Level 58
Feb 2, 2020
They seem to be getting by ok
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Level 57
Feb 1, 2020
27... that is so satisfying....
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Level 49
Feb 5, 2020
It was 27 for a long time before actually.
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Level 77
Feb 2, 2020
I can't believe this has turned into a punch-up about Brexit. Or maybe I can.
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Level 37
Feb 2, 2020
I just spent all the time typing UK while crying into a bottle of whiskey...
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Level 43
Feb 2, 2020
facepalms because i forgot poland
+7
Level 64
Feb 3, 2020
Taking this quiz as a Brit a few days after the UK has left the EU.

I genuinely feel a great sadness that it has come to this but I'm hoping we will rejoin soon.

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Level 65
Feb 3, 2020
Utterly gutted the UK is no longer on this list. We are an embarrassing little country who has made such a fool of itself.
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Level 82
Feb 3, 2020
Makes Putin happy, though.
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Level 68
Feb 4, 2020
Too soon :(
+1
Level 57
Mar 31, 2020
I always forget cyprus
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Level 31
Apr 19, 2020
missed bulgaria ;(
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Level 47
May 7, 2020
Almost forgot France, finally got it the last seconds
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Level 33
Jul 10, 2020
12 year old uruguayan kid, gottem all, ez clap
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Level 47
Jul 14, 2020
This was easy for me, have lived in 6 of these countries :)
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Level 60
Aug 22, 2020
Damn you Cyprus!
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Level 46
Jun 8, 2021
Got them all and I had 1:15 seconds left. My 5th grade me must be really proud right now.
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Level 47
Jun 16, 2021
I got all of them, but almost forgot Portugal. I was a bit surprised to see, that Cyprus is part of EU, tho.
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Level 60
Aug 25, 2021
Doing this with Countries of Europe on a separate tab :-). (Not really)
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Level 60
Aug 25, 2021
I just named all the countries in europe
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Level 78
Dec 17, 2021
Then you missed one EU-country.
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Level 74
Dec 18, 2021
Finally another Lithuania truther on this platform.
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Level 53
Dec 21, 2021
Cyprus. The deadly argument on jetpunk
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Level 66
Apr 28, 2023
Which one? Because I'm pretty sure Tuvalu is in Europe.
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Level 56
Nov 17, 2021
Well, I accidentally copied a quiz. I knew that nobody creating an EU quiz was too good to be true.
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Level 67
Dec 19, 2021
oops
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Level 56
May 9, 2022
yeah
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Level 67
Dec 19, 2021
1:09 remaining
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Level 36
Jan 26, 2022
Almost forgot the lowlands :|
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Level 38
Mar 30, 2022
Forgot Czechia. Well, I guess that’s ok. Wait. No. I also forgot Italy. Facepalm
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Level 62
May 9, 2022
Lemmi make an egg pun about the EU right now. The United Kingdom would be here if is wasn't for brEEGsit.
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Level 59
May 9, 2022
bad
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Level 18
May 9, 2022
How did I only get Spain with 3 seconds left lol
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Level 21
May 10, 2022
Almost missed czechia, got it with 3 seconds to spare
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Level 47
May 11, 2022
nice. almost missed france..
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Level 36
May 10, 2022
lmao the single one i missed was germany i forgor
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Level 33
May 11, 2022
I forgot that Malta and Cyprus were in the EU
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Level 61
May 11, 2022
Wow. I got them all with literally one second remaining!
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Level 35
Jun 8, 2022
Would be cool with a map
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Level 24
Aug 6, 2022
I seriously didn't know Croatia was in the EU, I did try it though and got 100% (pretty rare for me)
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Level 26
Oct 20, 2022
Almost missed cyprus, somehow.
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Level 59
Oct 24, 2022
Almost forgot Benelux
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Level 43
Dec 31, 2022
I def get why so many make comments about Cyprus being part of Europe and not middle east. Its literally in the EU.
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Level 85
Jan 1, 2023
Needs an update for Croatia's adoption of the Euro
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Level 46
Jan 24, 2023
Uk will be back one day if you'll have us back.
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Level 59
Apr 2, 2023
BRO CYPRUS IS IN ASIA! WHY IS IT PART OF THE EU! I SPENT A WHOLE MINUTE TRYING TO THINK OF A COUNTRY IN EUROPE THAT BEGAN WITH THE LETTER C, AND COULDN'T REMEMBER FOR THE LIFE OF ME. TURNS OUT I WOULD HAVE NEVER GOTTEN IT ANYWAY! PLEASE MANUALLY FILL IN CYPRUS, SO OTHER USERS DON'T SUFFER THROUGH THE SAME THING AS ME.
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Level 59
Apr 2, 2023
Moreover, if Cyprus is in the EU, why isn't Turkey! This world is dumb. Or maybe I am. Don't respond to this comment.
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Level 44
Dec 9, 2023
you're right buddy , Turkey may be there too!
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Level 69
Dec 21, 2023
There have been entry negociations for Turkey for decades now, but it isn't in the EU because they never met the requirements, including but not limited to on Human rights. Also, trying to join a club when you're occupying half the territory of another member of that club usually doesn't go well.
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Level 69
Dec 21, 2023
I'd love for Turkey to one day be a democratic country, that respects Human rights and doesn't occupy its neighbours. That country could very well be a member of the EU. Unfortunately, Erdogan has been consistently moving it further away from that.
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Level 16
Aug 4, 2023
Just got Cyprus, but I almost forgot Malta br-
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Level 44
Dec 9, 2023
I hope one day Turkey will be there
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Level 35
Jan 5, 2024
They won't be while they continue to illegally occupy another member's territory.