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Europe Map Quiz

Fill in the map of Europe by correctly guessing each highlighted country.
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Countries of Europe A blank Map of Europe. Every country has an id which is its ISO-3166-1-ALPHA2 code in lower case. Members of the EU have a class="eu", countries in europe (which I found turkey to be but russia not) have a class="europe". Certain countries are further subdivided the United Kingdom has gb-gbn for Great Britain and gb-nir for Northern Ireland. Russia is divided into ru-kgd for the Kaliningrad Oblast and ru-main for the Main body of Russia. There is the additional grouping #xb for the "British Islands" (the UK with its Crown Dependencies - Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man) Contributors. Original Image: ( Júlio Reis ( Recolouring and tagging with country codes: Marian "maix" Sigler ( Improved geographical features:!B: Updated to reflect dissolution of Serbia & Montenegro: Updated to include British Crown Dependencies as seperate entities and regroup them as "British Islands", with some simplifications to the XML and CSS: James Hardy ( Validated ( Changed the country code of Serbia to RS per and the file ( Uploaded on behalf of User:Checkit, direct complaints to him plox: 'Moved countries out of the "outlines" group, removed "outlines" style class, remove separate style information for Russia' ( Updated various coastlines and boarders and added various islands not previously shown (details follow). Added Kosovo and Northern Cyprus as disputed territories. Moved major lakes to their own object and added more. List of updated boarders/coastlines: British Isles (+ added Isle of Wight, Skye, various smaller islands), the Netherlands, Germany, Czech Republic, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Poland, Kaliningrad Oblast of the Russian Federation (and minor tweaks to Lithuania), Ukraine, Moldova (minor), Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Greece, F.Y.R. Macedonia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania, Croatia, Italy (mainland and Sicily), Malta ( Added Bornholm ( Released under CreativeCommons Attribution ShareAlike ( image/svg+xml Countries of Europe
Czech Republic
San Marino
United Kingdom
Vatican City
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Oct 24, 2014
Putting them in alphabetical order would be too easy. You could just click in alphabetical order, getting every one right without trying.
Dec 10, 2014
Oh my... So are you going to remove the other quiz that everyone has already taken eventually? How's this going to work?
Oct 24, 2014
Why is it such a big deal that there is a new version of an old quiz? Just take it and get a 5 again, or skip it and move on to something else.
Oct 27, 2014
I guess he did...
Oct 31, 2014
Can I ask why Cyprus isn't in this list (again)? Cyprus isn't just a european country but it is also a member of the EU and the Eurozone. Is this a kind of opinion?
Oct 25, 2014
Oh, the Question. Yes, you are right for both, but still Cyprus is widely regarded as belonging to Asia - geographically at least.
Oct 27, 2014
Same thing is true for Turkey. Well, almost: they are a candidate for the EU, not a full member yet.
Oct 27, 2014
No, this is wrong from all sides (i'm sorry for my english, i'm greek/italian and english isn't my best...) 1) Geographically: Europe ends at the Ural mountains and Caspian sea. Everything is IN the Mediterranean sea is Europe (Turkey isn't in the Mediterranean but begins at) 2) Historically: the European history starts with the greek civilization and Cyprus is a part of it. For example, Cyprus was the (legendary) birthplace of goddess Aphrodite (Venus). 3) Politically: Cyprus is a member of the European parliament. I think this is enough. But, most of all, this isn't a matter of opinion. Cyprus is Europe. Period. In the same way that Hawaii islands are America
Oct 27, 2014
if cyprus should be a country then so should turkey
Oct 27, 2014
There is more to a continent than geography. Political and cultural differences/similarities also influence boundaries. Also, the Hawaiian Islands are a U.S. state. The U.S. is not a continent.
Oct 27, 2014
Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan etc were all colonized by the Greeks, as well. Most of these places remained Greek for at least 400 years. Turkey and the land that became the Byzantine Empire remained so for almost 2000 years. So... are those places all part of Europe, too?
Oct 30, 2014
OneMoreDown, I agree to you saying there is a lot to continent boundaries, but he may have been referring to "America" as one continent of North and South America, as many Europeans and South Americans do.
Dec 6, 2014
Politically, the Hawaiian islands are part of the United States. Geographically, they are part of Polynesia, and therefore Oceania—along with Samoa, Tonga, New Zealand, and various other islands. In no way are they part of the American continent.
Jan 31, 2015
I like that it is not skipping around the continents as much as the older version did. Got 100% with 2:54 left on the clock.
Oct 27, 2014
Why is the Crimea considerd part of Russia?, according to a lot of countries it is still part of Ukraine.
Oct 27, 2014
I don't think Crimea should be included in Russia, where is it given as Russian territory...... I can't find it except in recent Russian publications.
Nov 21, 2014
Because Russia took control of Crimea earlier this year. A lot of people consider it to still belong to the Ukraine though.
Oct 27, 2014
There will always be people asking these questions. Both sides have valid arguments. Defending the quiz creator: Cyprus is geographically Asia and Krym is de facto (in reality) Russian territory, whether you like it or not. Opposing him: Cyprus is culturally Europe and Krym is de iure (officially/as people want to see it) Ukraine (in Europe anyway).
Oct 27, 2014
Once you realise that the small countries appear alphabetically at the end, that'll be quite easy to memorise for the purposes of this quiz (if you didn't know which is which in the first place).
Oct 28, 2014
Well, I'm glad we've all decided Russia owns Crimea now. I guess if you park a tank somewhere or shout "claimed", it's yours. *sarcasm*
Oct 29, 2014
That is pretty much exactly how territorial acquisition has worked for all of history. I don't like it any more than you do, but why pretend otherwise?
Oct 29, 2014
Does this mean we're going to stop protesting the name of Myanmar, too?
Oct 30, 2014
I'm sorry, but that's not correct. Regardless of whether territorial acquisition has taken place through land grabs throughout history, the Crimea is not part of Russia. It was taken from a sovereign nation illegally through the use of force & a railroaded "vote." I suppose in 1938 you would have said that of course Austria & Czechoslovakia are part of Germany? Might does not equal right.
Nov 23, 2014
What's the statute of limitations on your logic, @Bobcat108? In 1980, would you have made Estonia its own country and not part of the Soviet Union? At some point, it becomes ridiculous.
Nov 24, 2014
40 years is rather different than less than one, Quizmaster. I couldn't do anything about maps in 1980, but I can protest the incorrect version here.
Dec 27, 2014
There are disputed portions of many countries (Kashmir, Golan Heights, South Ossetia, Falkland Islands, etc.). Crimea isn't recognized as Russian by most Western nations, but the Ukranian government and military have little to no authority there, and the situation looks to remain static for the foreseeable future. Imperialism hasn't vanished from the Earth and never will. Most territory on Earth has been gained through force, political will or disenfranchisement. Since it doesn't affect this quiz or any others one bit, maybe we should allow the Quizmaster to use his judgment here. Seems like all the comments are used for are hair-splitting squabbles (and to brag bout the absurd time in which you got them all right on your 9th try in a row).
Dec 29, 2014
Nov 13, 2014
no u did it in 40 secs thats imposibble
Dec 19, 2014
Crimea is still Ukraine and it will be returned to Ukrainian control. You didn't have to change that and make it part of Russia, all arguments and such aside because it isn't much of an argument.
Nov 16, 2014
I put in Hungary when it was Hungary and it counted it incorrect...
Nov 21, 2014
Fantastic Quiz. After a few goes I finally got 100%.
Nov 27, 2014
100% with 2 minutes left!!!!!!
Nov 29, 2014
Dec 8, 2014
100% with 2mins and 1 sec left litreally :P
Dec 19, 2014
thanks. Helped me study for a test
Dec 8, 2014
I believe that Crimea should be shown as part of Ukraine because the Russian Federation forcfully annexed it from Ukraine. Even though (according to Russia) it is 'legally' part of their country, no one else in the worl has agreed with the annexation. Therefore, please change it.
Dec 9, 2014
Cool quiz! It helps for AP World :)
Dec 9, 2014
Cyprus and Turkey belong on the quiz.
Dec 28, 2014
Crimea is part of Ukraine, not Russia. You could also add Cyprus (as it's part of EU and most of citizens are Greeks) Also official name of Bosnia is 'Bosnia and Hercegovina'
Jan 2, 2015
After a few goes I managed 45/45 with 2:25 left.
Jan 4, 2015
took me a few tries, because I had trouble with the ones near the end, but managed to learn them all and get it.
Jan 9, 2015
42/45. (I misclicked 3 times)
Jan 11, 2015
45/45 i won at 2:37
Jan 17, 2015
So you've listed Crimea with Russia already?
Jan 21, 2015
It's Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Jan 22, 2015
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