Countries with ALL 5 Vowels (A, E, I, O, U) in their name

United Nations member and observer states only - thus SADR excluded.
Names are the standard "shorthand" names, as used in Wikipedia's List of Sovereign States.
Hint - 3 of the 4 are African countries
Quiz by Roger77024
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Last updated: July 28, 2015
First submittedJuly 28, 2015
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Area (sq. km.)
COUNTRY
2,345,409
Democratic Republic of the Congo
801,590
Mozambique
Area (sq. km.)
COUNTRY
48,442
Dominican Republic
28,050
Equatorial Guinea
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Level 65
Jul 29, 2015
And may I just say, it's amazing how 1/2 of the letters of Mozambique are vowels, and each one is different!
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Level 59
Jul 29, 2015
By coincidence, I'm just working up another couple of quizzes about %age of vowels in country names. And did you try my quiz re 4 vowel countries?
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Level 53
Apr 11, 2018
Officialy the shorthand name of Democratic Republic of the Congo is just Congo. You should just put that your using the common Wikipedia names not shorthand names.
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Level 59
Apr 11, 2018
See my comment below yours - failed to click the reply button.
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Level 59
Apr 11, 2018
Respectfully disagree. I intentionally referenced Wikipedia's shorthand listing (of sovereign states) i.e. the blue, clickable names. "Congo" alone would make it indistinguishable from Republic of Congo (once Congo-Brazzaville), which would have equal claim to "Congo".
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Level 83
Sep 2, 2019
Damn, I think this is the first non-sports-related quiz where I haven't gotten any answers right. Good one though!
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Level 59
Sep 3, 2019
Look at it this way - zero out of 4 ain't TOO bad!
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Level 69
Feb 8, 2021
USA