TOP 10 Countries in: Strongest Earthquakes

Guess the countries with the strongest measured earthquakes by magnitude (moment magnitude or Richter magnitude scale). Modern or then countries are both accepted.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lists_of_earthquakes#Strongest_earthquakes_by_magnitude
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Magnitude
Date
Location
9.4–9.6
May 22, 1960
Valdivia, Chile
9.2
March 27, 1964
Prince William Sound, Alaska, United States
9.1–9.3
3 December 26, 2004
Indian Ocean, Sumatra, Indonesia
9.0
November 4, 1952
Kamchatka, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
9.0
March 11, 2011
Pacific Ocean, Tōhoku region, Japan
9.0 (est.)
August 13, 1868
Arica, Chile (then Peru)
8.7–9.2 (est.)
January 26, 1700
Pacific Ocean, Tōhoku region, Japan
8.5–9.0
November 1, 1755
Atlantic Ocean, Lisbon, Portugal
8.9 (est.)
July 9, 869
Ecuador – Colombia
8.8 (est.)
April 2, 1762
Offshore Maule, Chile
8.8 (est.)
November 25, 1833
Chittagong, Bangladesh (then Kingdom of Mrauk U)
Magnitude
Date
Location
8.8 (est.)
January 31, 1906
Sumatra, Indonesia (then part of the Dutch East Indies)
8.8 (est.)
February 27, 2010
Pacific Ocean, Shikoku region, Japan
8.7 (est.)
January 26, 1700
Pacific Ocean, USA and Canada (then claimed by the Spanish Empire and the British Empire)
8.7
February 4, 1965
Rat Islands, Alaska, United States
8.7 (est.)
July 8, 1730
Valparaiso, Chile (then part of the Spanish Empire)
8.7
August 15, 1950
Assam, India – Tibet, China
8.6
March 9, 1957
Andreanof Islands, Alaska, United States
8.6
March 28, 2005
Sumatra, Indonesia
8.6 (est.)
October 28, 1746
Lima, Peru (then part of the Spanish Empire)
8.6 (est.)
March 28, 1787
Oaxaca, Mexico (then part of the Spanish Empire)
8.6
April 11, 2012
Indian Ocean, Sumatra, Indonesia
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Level 70
Nov 21, 2016
March 11, 2011 is Tohoku, Japan.
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Level 62
Nov 21, 2016
Thanks, I'll fix it!
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Level 70
Nov 21, 2016
1952 is Kamchatka.
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Level 62
Nov 21, 2016
And this too!