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Roman Names for Places

Can you guess the modern-day countries, cities, islands, and regions which had these Roman names?
For countries, guess the answer that BEST FITS. Due to 2000 years of history, the borders are very different.
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Last updated: January 24, 2020
First submittedJanuary 24, 2020
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Countries
Italia
Italy
Hispania
Spain
Gallia
France
Mesopotamia
Iraq
Lusitania
Portugal
Helvetia
Switzerland
Parthia
Iran
Asia
Turkey
Africa
Tunisia
Cities
Londinium
London
Lutetia
Paris
Florentia
Florence
Neapolis
Naples
Mediolanum
Milan
Lugdunum
Lyon
Massilia
Marseille
Colonia Agrippina
Cologne
Eboracum
York
Aquae Sulis
Bath
Region
Caledonia
Scotland
 
 
Island
Hibernia
Ireland
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level 70
Jan 25, 2020
Singidunum - Belgrade.
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level 83
Jan 25, 2020
Trajectum ad Mosam - Maastricht. Coriovallum - Heerlen.
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level 78
Jan 25, 2020
You could name hundreds of roman cities that still exist, with various difficulty ^^.
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level 78
Jan 25, 2020
Not bad. I appreciate the inclusion of Asia -> Turkey. But I don't want to revive a certain debate...
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level 66
Jan 25, 2020
Hope we get a #2! Great quiz.
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level 72
Jan 25, 2020
Call Scotland a "country" rather than a country if you have to, but calling it a region just makes no sense.
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level 65
Jan 26, 2020
Scotland is a sufficiently large land mass and there are (historically or else defined) borders to its environment. As long as you do not want to call it a continent, it makes a lot of sense to call Scotland a region.
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level 73
Jan 26, 2020
Scotland is never referred to as a "region" (except maybe here!)
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level ∞
Jan 27, 2020
Boo
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level 69
Jan 27, 2020
Yeah, the inclusion of Scotland and Ireland in specific sections makes little sense.