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Divided Historical Regions of Europe

Guess these traditional regions, shared by multiple modern-day countries
The answers are in alphabetical order
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Last updated: July 20, 2021
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First submittedJuly 18, 2021
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Spain, France
Basque Country
Netherlands, Belgium
Brabant/Limburg
Spain, France, Andorra
Catalonia
Greece, Albania
Epirus
Netherlands, Germany
Frisia
Spain, Portugal
Galicia/Iberia
Ukraine, Poland, Slovakia
Galicia/Ruthenia
Ireland, United Kingdom
Ireland/Ulster
Denmark, Germany
Jutland/Schleswig
Russia, Finland
Karelia
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Norway, Sweden, Russia, Finland
Lapland
Latvia, Estonia
Livonia
Greece, North Macedonia, Bulgaria, +3
Macedonia
Romania, Moldova, Ukraine
Moldavia
Poland, Germany
Pomerania
Poland, Russia
Prussia
France, Italy, Switzerland
Savoy
Poland, Czech Republic, Germany
Silesia
Bulgaria, Turkey, Greece
Thrace
Italy, Austria
Tyrol
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Level 65
Jul 18, 2021
I think 'Schleswig' should be an acceptable answer for Denmark/ Germany given the historic region was divided between the two in 1920. Good idea for a quiz - thanks!
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Level 93
Jul 18, 2021
Okay, I added it, thanks
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Level 62
Jul 19, 2021
Could you add Ulster for Ireland/UK? Also maybe Fennoscandia for Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, but I understand if not
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Level 93
Jul 20, 2021
Yes, I will add Ulster, thanks for the suggestion. I'm not sure about Fennoscandia, it's only a geographical region, not a cultural-historical one
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Level 42
Dec 26, 2021
Bukovina is the correct answer, not Moldavia (for Moldova/Ukraine/Romania). You can Banat for Romania/Serbia/Hungary, and Bessarabia for Ukraine/Moldova.