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Dependent Territories Of The World

Enter an answer into the box Does not include sovereign states Palestine and Taiwan are considered countries in some areas
Last updated: January 03, 2017
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France
Mayotte
France
Reunion
Morocco
Western Sahara
United Kingdom
St Helena
United Kingdom
Ascension
United Kingdom
Tristan Da Cunha
Somalia
Puntland
Somalia
Somaliland
Yemen
Socotra
Georgia
Abkhazia
United Kingdom
Akrotiri And Dhekelia
United Kingdom
British Indian Ocean Territory
Australia
Christmas Island
Australia
Cocos (Keeling) Islands
China
Hong Kong
China
Macau
Azerbaijan
Nagorno-Karabakh
Cyprus
Northern Cyprus
Israel (Palestine)
West Bank
Israel (Palestine)
Gaza Strip
Georgia
South Ossetia
Finland
Aland Islands
Denmark
Faroe Islands
United Kingdom
Gibraltar
United Kingdom
Guernsey
United Kingdom
Isle Of Man
United Kingdom
Jersey
Norway
Svalbard
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United Kingdom
Anguilla
Netherlands
Aruba
United Kingdom
Bermuda
Netherlands
Bonaire
United Kingdom
British Virgin Islands
United Kingdom
Cayman Islands
France
Clipperton Island
Netherlands
Curacao
Denmark
Greenland
France
Guadeloupe
Norway
Jan Mayen
France
Martinique
United Kingdom
Montserrat
United States
Navassa Island
United States
Puerto Rico
Netherlands
Saba
France
St Barthelemy
France
Saint Martin
France
St Pierre And Miquelon
Netherlands
Sint Eustatius
Netherlands
Sint Maarten
United Kingdom
Turks And Caicos Islands
United States
US Virgin Islands
United Kingdom
Falkland Islands
France
French Guiana
United Kingdom
South Georgia And The South Sandwich Islands
United States
American Samoa
Australia
Ashmore And Cartier Islands
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United States
Baker Island
New Zealand
Cook Islands
Australia
Coral Sea Islands
France
French Polynesia
United States
Guam
United States
Howland Island
United States
Jarvis Island
United States
Johnston Atoll
United States
Kingman Reef
United States
Midway Atoll
France
New Caledonia
New Zealand
Niue
Australia
Norfolk Island
United States
Northern Mariana Islands
Untied States
Palmyra Atoll
United Kingdom
Pitcairn Islands
New Zealand
Tokelau
United States
Wake Island
France
Wallis And Futuna
Norway
Bouvet Island
France
French Southern And Antarctic Lands
Australia
Heard Island And McDonald Islands
Portugal
Azores
Spain
Canary Islands
Spain
Melilla
Spain
Ceuta
Moldova
Transnistria
Chile
Easter Island
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level 67
Aug 11, 2015
I forgot Tranistria... I will add it sooner or later
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level 81
Aug 12, 2015
What about Ceuta and Melilla, from Spain?
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level 67
Aug 12, 2015
Added. My mistake
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level 31
Jan 30, 2016
I can't believe I got Ashmore and Cartier islands right, but totally forgot French Guiana... Still quite satisfied with 69, though. Great quiz!
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level 78
Sep 13, 2016
Corsica?
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level 67
Sep 15, 2016
Corsica is an island of France. Not a territory. Not all islands are territories.
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level 39
Jun 24, 2018
^ So are French Guiana, Guadeloupe and Saint Martin.
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level 55
Sep 25, 2016
Molossia and Sealand? Come on surely this is supposed to be a serious quiz instead of indulging every nutter who claims his house is a country. Puntland does not claim independence from Somalia either so it's no different to a US state or any other internal subdivision of any other country.
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level 49
Nov 8, 2016
Sealand and Molossia really shouldn't count
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level 59
Dec 15, 2016
A bit annoyed that I didn't get anything for Macao or North Cyprus... Otherwise good quiz!
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level 30
Jan 10, 2017
You forgot Prince Edward Islands in South Africa
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level 30
Jan 11, 2017
What about Andaman and nicobar for india?
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level 30
Jan 14, 2017
Guantanamo bay?
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level 34
Feb 8, 2017
Love it that Palmyra is dependent on the Untied States!!
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level 44
Mar 14, 2017
This quiz makes little sense. Why Sealand? Why Guadeloupe but not Hawaii?
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level 56
Mar 20, 2017
Hawaii is a state of the US, it's not a dependent territory.
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level 39
Jun 2, 2017
Again, Sint Maarten, Aruba and Curacao are constituent countries of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, NOT Territories. And Bonaire, Saba and Sint Eustatius are intrinsic parts of the Netherlands (again, as Queens and Long Island are to the State of New York, NOT territories) PLEASE get this straight. (I'm sure the same holds true for some of French entities, but I don't enough to speak for them.
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level 55
Jul 2, 2017
technically Reunion, Guiana, Mayotte, Guadeloupe and Martinique are integral parts of France - overseas departments, not territories. But my biggest gripe is that Puntland is still included - it does not claim independence from Somalia, just self-government, like a US state its politicians move on to the national central government and it is physically contiguous to Somalia, not separated from it in any way
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level 65
Jul 18, 2017
According to the quiz, it's the Untied States which own Palmyra Atoll. I rather liked that.
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level 39
Aug 1, 2017
This is a good quiz, but many of the US-owned islands in the Pacific come under the collective title of 'US Minor Outlying Islands', which is how they should be classified here.
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level 36
Aug 8, 2017
What about Netherlands Antilles
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level 39
Jun 24, 2018
^ The Netherlands Antilles no longer exist (as of 10/10/10)
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level 30
Mar 14, 2018
You should sort them by continent so that we can get an idea of where they are.
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level 21
Apr 20, 2018
This quiz isn't right. It confuses disputed territories with dependent territories and non-contiguous regions. Transnistria, for instance, is not a dependent territory of Moldova. It either is or isn't part of Moldova, depending on who you ask. Reunion, is a non-contiguous region of France, just like Hawaii and Alaska are non-contiguous regions of USA.
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level 75
Jul 27, 2018
Portugal territory Madeira.
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level 30
Jul 31, 2018
Why do you consider Azores and Madeira the same thing?? They're separate archipelagos :/
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