Landlocked Countries Whose Only Borders are with Countries With Coastlines

You are shown the number of countries (all coastal) that each landlocked country borders
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Last updated: February 26, 2021
First submittedDecember 17, 2014
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Country
5
Belarus
5
Laos
3
Luxembourg
2
Andorra
2
Bhutan
2
Eswatini
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Country
2
Moldova
2
Mongolia
2
Nepal
1
Lesotho
1
San Marino
1
Vatican City
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Level 86
Dec 17, 2014
Fun. Even if it took a paragraph to explain the quiz :)
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Level 79
Feb 20, 2015
Fun quiz!
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Level 76
Feb 20, 2016
Fun quiz! I just wanted to create it, checked - and, yahoo, it´s already been there.
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Level 75
Mar 19, 2016
Sweet
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Level 28
Mar 17, 2020
You forgot Armenia. It borders Iran, Turkey, Azerbaijan and Georgia. All coastal nations.
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Level 71
Jun 23, 2020
Azerbaijan is not a coastal nation - the Caspian Sea is a lake.
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Level 25
May 4, 2020
i only got it because the name is so descriptive
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Level 25
May 4, 2020
Liechtenstein?
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Level 71
Jun 23, 2020
It is one of only two double-landlocked countries - neither Austria or Switzerland have coastlines.
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Level 25
May 4, 2020
You forgot Liechtenstein
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Level 61
Feb 26, 2021
Liechtenstein borders Switzerland and Austria, neither of which have coasts.
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Level 72
Nov 18, 2020
Couldn't get Eswatini because this is an old quiz, and hasn't been updated from Swaziland!

In regards to Liechtenstein, apparently some do not read the instructions. All countries touching have to have a coastline. As stated above, Switzerland and Austria are landlocked.

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Level 62
Feb 25, 2021
Thank you! someone else noticed it
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Level 48
Mar 29, 2022
I made a quiz just like this almost a year earlier! "Landlocked countries with exceptions"