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Every Country of Europe Since 1815 With a Map

Can you name every country of Europe that has existed since the Congress of Vienna in 1815?
Some small German states have been put together
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Last updated: May 20, 2021
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First submittedMay 10, 2020
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2020
Albania
Andorra
Austria
Belarus
Belgium
Bosnia and
Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Croatia
Czech
Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Iceland
Ireland
Italy
Kosovo
Latvia
Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Malta
Moldova
Monaco
Montenegro
Netherlands
North Macedonia
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Russia
San Marino
Serbia
Slovakia
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Ukraine
United Kingdom
Vatican City
2000
Albania
Andorra
Austria
Belarus
Belgium
Bosnia and
Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Croatia
Czech
Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Iceland
Ireland
Italy
Latvia
Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Malta
Moldova
Monaco
Netherlands
North Macedonia
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Russia
San Marino
Serbia and Montenegro
Slovakia
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Ukraine
United Kingdom
Vatican City
1980
Albania
Andorra
Austria
Belgium
Bulgaria
Czechoslovakia
Denmark
East Germany
Finland
France
Greece
Hungary
Iceland
Ireland
Italy
Liechtenstein
Luxembourg
Malta
Monaco
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Romania
San Marino
Soviet Union
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Vatican City
West Germany
Yugoslavia
1920
Albania
Andorra
Austria
Bulgaria
Belgium
Czechoslovakia
Danzig
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Italy
Latvia
Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Monaco
Netherlands
Norway
Ottoman Empire
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Russia
San Marino
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Yugoslavia
1870
Andorra
Austria-Hungary
Baden
Bavaria
Belgium
Denmark
France
Greece
Hesse
Italy
Liechtenstein
Luxembourg
Monaco
Montenegro
Netherlands
North German Confederation
Norway
Ottoman Empire
Papal States
Portugal
Russia
San Marino
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
Württemberg
1815
Andorra
Anhalt
Austria
Baden
Bavaria
Bremen
Brunswick
Cospaia
Denmark
France
Frankfurt
Hamburg
Hanover
Hesse
Hohenzollern
Kraków
Liechtenstein
Lucca
Luxembourg
Massa
Mecklenburg
Modena
Monaco
Montenegro
Nassau
Netherlands
Norway
Oldenburg
Ottoman Empire
Papal States
Parma
Portugal
Prussia
Russia
San Marino
Sardinia
Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach
Saxony
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Tuscany
Two Sicilies
United Kingdom
Württemberg
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Level 80
Nov 16, 2020
Amazing quiz!
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Level 68
Nov 17, 2020
Thanks!
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Level 74
Jan 20, 2021
Please accept "German Confederation" for "North German Confederation" apart from that, great quiz!!!
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Level 74
Jan 20, 2021
Nominated!!!
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Level 68
Jan 20, 2021
Sorry, but the German Confederation and the North German Confederation are different. The North German Confederation succeeded the German Confederation.
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Level 68
Jan 20, 2021
And thanks for the nomination
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Level 70
Apr 25, 2021
Seconding adding "German Confederation," "German League," "German Bund" etc. The fact that there is a more specific answer doesn't preclude accepting a less specific answer that is still significantly descriptive. For example, a question answered by "John Quincy Adams" would still accept "John Adams" even though generally we understand the latter to refer to a different president.
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Level 68
Apr 25, 2021
I agree with this.
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Level 78
May 24, 2021
I feel that example is a little disingenuous. A better example would be trying to say the Roman Empire is a shortened way of saying the Holy Roman Empire. Two very different entities.
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Level 70
May 25, 2021
Given that Jetpunk picks and chooses which countries it recognizes, I move that all the piddly little principalities be stricken from the roster along with most of the nations of the Caribbean and Oceania, and Belgium.
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Level 58
Feb 28, 2022
What do you have against Belgium specifically?
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Level 73
Jan 18, 2024
everything
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Level 46
Mar 23, 2022
i just dont like belgium.
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Level 74
Mar 24, 2021
Nominated! Already played twice with some weeks of distance, always hard to remember all the German states!
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Level 40
Dec 2, 2022
they are so tiny and forgettable
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Level 69
Feb 27, 2024
But important!
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Level 77
May 3, 2021
great quiz and of course nominated!

id love to see similar quizzes for other continents or periods of time

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Level 55
May 16, 2021
While this is a very nicely executed concept, I'd highly suggest fixing up some of the crudely drawn borders (especially Prussia's/Germany's eastern border in 1815, 1870 and 1920) here before this gets featured.
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Level 82
May 18, 2021
I would also suggest using Gassu's list of countries for 1815 because his quiz is featured and we need consistency
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Level 77
May 17, 2021
Good concept I liked it
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Level 63
May 25, 2021
Some nitpicking - it was called Yugoslavia until 2003.
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Level 79
May 25, 2021
Arrgh – I tried 'German Confederation', 'North Rhine Confederation' and 'Confederation of the Rhine' but none worked :/
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Level 76
Jun 11, 2021
Confederation of the Rhine was definitely something else
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Level 64
May 25, 2021
Technically ‘West Germany’ is the same country as today’s Germany i.e. the ‘Bundesrepublik Deutschland’ (Federal Republic of Germany). What we call West Germany absorbed East Germany, they didn’t merge to form a new country.
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Level 65
May 25, 2021
Free City of Fiume for 1920?
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Level 69
Jul 17, 2021
Came to say the same thing. Existed from late 1920:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_State_of_Fiume

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Level 64
Aug 25, 2021
True, but the map i think is based on January 1, 1920. Fiume came after Jan. 1
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Level 31
May 26, 2021
Great quiz ! Can I translate this quiz ?
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Level 68
May 26, 2021
Sure
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Level 94
May 26, 2021
Some small German states have been put together... please accept my most sincere gratitude.
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Level 63
May 30, 2021
Elba in 1815?
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Level 64
Sep 12, 2021
Thats an island not a country
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Level 60
Jun 17, 2021
Congrats on getting featured!
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Level 28
Jul 5, 2021
Yay I got 100% on first try! Great quiz!
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Level 69
Jul 14, 2021
Switzerland is eternal.
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Level 52
Jul 17, 2021
Why hasn't this quiz got a tagline?
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Level 54
Jul 17, 2021
There is no summary/detail of this quiz on front page? WHY?
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Level ∞
Jul 17, 2021
Fixed!
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Level 66
Jul 17, 2021
Polih borders in 1920 are completly false, the same as Russian/Prussian border in 1815.
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Level 75
Jul 17, 2021
Why don't you include Turkey if you include the Ottoman Empire?
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Level 64
Aug 25, 2021
Because the Ottoman Empire had more land in europe than Turkey, so turkey is considered in Asia. Plus Constantinople was technically in Europe so theres no point in blacking out Ottoman here while Ankara is well into Asia.
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Level 57
Oct 11, 2021
This site is notoriously inconsistent with Europe/Asia.

Russia is Europe and Turkey is not. That's just the way it was decided.

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Level 66
Dec 9, 2021
Except Istanbul is in Europe, and sometimes Russia is divided into two parts, Asian Russia and European Russia.
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Level 61
Jul 17, 2021
Well you can tell I went to school in the 1980's- it was the only map I got all the countries :-)
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Level 65
Jul 17, 2021
What about short-lived puppet states established by the Nazis during WWII? In particular, the Italian Social Republic (1943-45) co-existed with the Kingdom of Italy and therefore has to be considered a different country.
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Level 64
Aug 25, 2021
But it didnt exist in 1920 or 1980. Plus do you really think that theyre gonna add a puppet state that Mussolini made?
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Level 64
Jul 17, 2021
Where is Couto Mixto? It existed between Portugal and Spain at least until 1864. Good quiz!
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Level 70
Jul 17, 2021
Excellent quiz.

Should Neutral Moresnet be added for 1920?

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Level 71
Jul 17, 2021
Great quiz! Even with the relatively small boxes you had for each time period, I marvel at the amount of detail you were able to incorporate!
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Level 61
Jul 17, 2021
What about Cyprus? They are a member of the EU
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Level 64
Jul 17, 2021
oh god, this again
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Level 83
Aug 19, 2021
oh I'm glad Parma turned up on this, reading Stendhal wasn't for nothing :)
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Level 63
Aug 19, 2021
Does Saarland not count?
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Level 64
Aug 25, 2021
Saarland was administrated by the League of Nations and was not a legitimate nation, but more of an occupied area of Germany.
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Level 64
Aug 25, 2021
Fix Poland borders from 1920 Germany is missing the southern area of East Prussia and Russia and Poland does not push into parts of Modern Day Belarus and Ukraine
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Level 64
Aug 25, 2021
Also what about Norway-Sweden?
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Level 67
Nov 5, 2021
I would imagine since also existed separately, both would count towards each other?
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Level 56
Nov 16, 2021
Amazing quiz, hoping to see more!
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Level 41
Jan 4, 2022
Of all places I forgot about Malta
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Level 64
Jan 22, 2022
We need an Asian version. Would be fun to see it going from like 1914-present.
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Level 56
Jan 27, 2022
where is neutral moresnet?
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Level 64
Jun 16, 2022
There's a art of Konginsberg in the 1920 (Southern Part that was awarded to Poland after WWII) that is Polish, instead of German. Unless Versailles wasn't completely finished at that time?
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Level 65
Jul 9, 2022
Is there a reason the Vatican isn't listed until 1980?
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Level 72
Apr 19, 2023
Vatican independence:

11 February, 1929

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Level 44
Sep 17, 2022
Great quiz! I just wish that 51/82 would be more than 1/5 points.
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Level 64
Oct 18, 2022
Reposting from over a year ago because it's still a problem:

Fix Poland borders from 1920 Germany is missing the southern area of East Prussia and Russia and Poland does not push into parts of Modern Day Belarus and Ukraine

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Level 16
Nov 3, 2022
Cyprus is in Europe your forgetting cyrpus
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Level 60
Nov 17, 2022
you're*

You're is a contraction of the words you and are, so if your sentence contains "you're" see if the sentence still makes sense with "you are" instead of "you're".

On the other hand, your is the second person possessive (both plural and singular), which means that it belongs to (or is associated with) you or the person that you are addressing. Examples include "What is your name?" or "Are these your books?". It can also just refer to anyone in general, such as in instruction manuals. It is also used when addressing the holder of certain titles.

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Level 60
Nov 17, 2022
I believe you're missing a few:

Carpatho-Ukraine (1938–1939)

Fiume, Free State (1920–1924)

Lichtenberg (1815–1834)

Mountainous Republic of the Northern Caucasus (1917–1920)

Schleswig (1864–1866)

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Level 63
Dec 7, 2022
When you type in Austro Hungary specifically you get a correct answer (Austria Hungary 1870) however no landmass light up on the map.

Anyways, Great quiz!

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Level 42
Mar 2, 2023
In the 1920 map Kaliningrad is shown as Russian while I believe it was still East Prussia in Germany
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Level 59
Mar 5, 2023
since you accept ''GDR'' for East Germany can you accept ''FGR'' or ''GFR'' for West Germany?
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Level 67
Mar 23, 2023
I think Frankfurt sits a bit to much northwest here. It was also never directly at the border of the duchy of Nassau. Otherwise nice quiz.
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Level 72
Apr 19, 2023
Great quiz, I am seeing a couple issues though..

The 1920 map has Kaliningrad (Russia) instead of east Prussia (Germany).

In 1920, Rhodes was under Italian control, Hatay was under French mandate, and Ukraine was potentially independent.

In 1815, some of the Ionian islands were owned by the UK and France.