(Superior and Michigan are connected to the Atlantic so the States & Provinces bordering them, are they landlocked? Hmm.)
Here, it doesn't actually fit very well.
A small caveat about any country without a direct sea route to an ocean would clear up the confusion.
definition 1: a country or region almost or entirely surrounded by land.
The definition used by this quiz is unusual. Doesn't make the quiz wrong, but it would be nice if some would stop treating people who are confused like they're morons when really they are confused because of the quizzes peculiarity; not because of any ignorance on their part.
I respectfully submit that it should. For evidence, look at the Wikipedia article on Landlocked Countries. The definition is the first sentence of the article. The next half of the page is dedicated to why it is significant, dealing primarily with issues of trade and economic development.
If the Caspian invested in a major canal (to Black Sea?) then Azerbaijan,,Turkmenistan & Kazakhstan could become unlocked?
Nevermind, just saw that it reache the coast. Woops
Secondly, to which comment above do you refer? You have many seeings as you seem to have become self-appointed grand poobah of this quiz. Regardless, none of your comments seem to directly refer to Georgia or its lack of landlock'edness anyway. If any answer here is condescending it is much more likely yours or my own.
read and accept the rules without the constant back and forth about
meanings and definitions. Unless something is glaringly wrong, just
LET IT BE, for hemel's sake!
I didnt know da wae...
(do you no da wae)
Thank you jetpunk, my geography is much improved
Bolivia used to have a coastline but lost it to Chile in 1884 after the Saltpeter War. To this day, the country maintains a navy on Lake Titicaca. Every year on 23 March, called Dia del Mar (the Day of the Sea), the people of Bolivia commemorate the loss of the coastline.
Never get between a Bolivia and its coast.