States with Exclaves

Guess all the states whose territory has been split by another state or country
For the purposes of this quiz, borders in lakes and rivers are considered land borders
Does incude areas that are separated from the rest of their state by the ocean and another state
Quiz by Werifesteria
Last updated: July 29, 2020
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New York
Rhode Island
Level 85
Jul 29, 2020
The instructions could stand some elaboration. For example, the Kentucky exclave pictured in the quiz photo can be reached from the rest of Kentucky by traveling on the Mississippi River without entering the land of Tennessee or Missouri, so, in some sense, it is "separated from the rest of the state by a lake or river".
Level 89
Jul 20, 2021
Virtually every state on the Mississippi River has territory across the river due to its changing course.
Level 65
Jul 29, 2020
Caveat 1 changed
Level 89
Jul 20, 2021
Why is Minnesota excluded? Lake Of The Woods Northwest Angle is the most prominent exclave on the U.S. map.
Level 65
Jul 20, 2021
there's only a lake between Minnesota and the northwest angle, and I'm not counting those as separations.