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Regions of Western Europe on the Map

Can you name the second level political divisions, (provinces, states, regions, etc.), with the help of a map?
Only including regions within Europe, so no French Guiana, Bonaire, etc. (with one exception for Spain)
Countries too small to be seen on the map have been magnified in the boxes on the bottom of the map
Not including San Marino, Vatican City and Malta, for specific reasons, and Ireland and Greece, which will be featured later in the series.
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First submittedDecember 5, 2016
Last updatedFebruary 3, 2017
Times taken2,863
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Andorra
Andorra la Vella
Canillo
Encamp
Escaldes-Engordany
La Massana
Ordino
Sant Julià de Lòria
 
Austria
Burgenland
Carinthia
Lower Austria
Salzburg
Styria
Tyrol
Upper Austria
Vienna
Vorarlberg
 
Belgium
Antwerp
Brussels
East Flanders
Flemish Brabant
Hainaut
Liège
Limburg
Luxembourg
Namur
Walloon Brabant
West Flanders
 
France
Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes
Brittany
Bourgogne Franche-Comté
Centre Val de Loire
Corsica
Grand Est
Hauts-de-France
Île-de-France
Normandy
Nouvelle Aquitaine
Occitania
Pays de la Loire
Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
Germany
Baden-Württemberg
Bavaria
Berlin
Brandenburg
Bremen
Hamburg
Hesse
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Lower Saxony
North Rhine-Westphalia
Rhineland-Palatinate
Saarland
Saxony
Saxony-Anhalt
Schleswig-Holstein
Thuringia
 
Italy
Abruzzo
Aosta Valley
Apulia
Basilicata
Calabria
Campania
Emilia-Romagna
Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Lazio
Liguria
Lombardy
Marche
Molise
Piedmont
Sardinia
Sicily
Tuscany
Trentino-Alto Adige
Umbria
Veneto
 
Liechtenstein
Balzers
Eschen
Gamprin
Mauren
Planken
Ruggell
Schaan
Schellenberg
Triesen
Triesenberg
Vaduz
 
Luxembourg
Diekirch
Grevenmacher
Luxembourg
Monaco
Fontvieille
La Colle
La Condamine
La Rousse
Larvetto
Les Révoires
Monaco-Ville
Monte Carlo
Moneghetti
Saint Michel
 
Netherlands
Drenthe
Flevoland
Friesland
Gelderland
Groningen
Limburg
North Brabant
North Holland
Overijssel
South Holland
Utrecht
Zeeland
 
Portugal
Aveiro
Azores
Beja
Braga
Bragança
Castelo Branco
Coimbra
Évora
Faro
Guarda
Leiria
Lisbon
Madeira
Portalegre
Porto
Santarém
Setúbal
Viana do Castelo
Vila Real
Viseu
Spain
Andalusia
Asturias
Aragon
Balearic Islands
Basque Country
Canary Islands
Cantabria
Castile and León
Castilla-La Mancha
Catalonia
Extremadura
Galicia
La Rioja
Madrid
Murcia
Navarre
Valencia
 
Switzerland
Aargau
Appenzell Ausserrhoden
Appenzell Innerrhoden
Basel-Landschaft
Basel-Stadt
Bern
Fribourg
Geneva
Glarus
Graubünden
Jura
Lucerne
Neuchâtel
Nidwalden
Obwalden
Schaffhausen
Schwyz
Solothurn
St. Gallen
Thurgau
Ticino
Uri
Valais
Vaud
Zug
Zürich
 
United Kingdom
England
Northern Ireland
Scotland
Wales
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level 70
Dec 5, 2016
A masterpiece, thank you very much!! I suggest colouring luxembourg in a different colour on thebmain map to show it's part of the quiz and allowing local language name as type-in but unless these are recommended type-ins that would take very long
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level 70
Dec 5, 2016
another suggestion - make the map wider: there's no need for that when you look at Europe but it's useful when you zoom in
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level 59
Dec 5, 2016
Thanks! Will try to make these changes happen. However, unfortunately over 100 regions do not have recommended type ins, so I cannot allow local language varients for all regions.
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level 70
Dec 5, 2016
they might not be recommended but you can probably copy them from the individual quizzes on regions of a country
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level 66
Dec 5, 2016
Excellent quiz! Just please check your spelling for Murcia, Emilia-Romagna and Liguria.
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level 59
Dec 5, 2016
Fixed.
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level 76
Apr 2, 2019
Murica isn't in Europe
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level 43
Dec 5, 2016
Great! Although I've never heard of about half of these!
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level 48
Dec 5, 2016
Is England a second level political division? It doesn't have its own government or council. The UK does have a very complex system but surely the highest level in England would be the nine regions, they are often the ones included when the UK is split into different regions, along with Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
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level 46
Jan 15, 2017
I really like this Quiz! But Schaffhausen is to be written with one s in the middle. :-)
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level 59
Jan 15, 2017
Fixed!
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level 72
Feb 3, 2017
Castille has 2 Ls.
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level 59
Feb 3, 2017
It has only one L .
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level 75
Jan 28, 2018
I tried many variations of Castille and Leon and couldn't figure out why it wouldn't work. Maybe accept as a type in?
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level 71
May 16, 2017
So beautiful! I love your map quizzes!
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level 55
Jun 6, 2017
Very well done making this quiz Jiaozira! A few type-ins that would have helped me; Aosta Rhone Alpes Haut/Haute France Occitaine
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level 66
Jul 1, 2017
Great quiz. Maybe make some answers easier for Saxony-Anhalt just Anhalt or for Emilia-Romagna just Romagna. Also, please accept Wallis for Valais since like 50% of the people there speak German and call it Wallis.
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level 50
Aug 1, 2017
I agree with you.
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level 71
Sep 4, 2017
I love this quiz and keep coming back to it. Any chance we're still going to see any more in this series?
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level 59
Sep 5, 2017
I have made two other entries in the series, for Central America and the Caribbean. I want to make more in the series, but it takes a long time to make a quiz like this, and I have had little time to make quizzes recently.
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level 71
Sep 5, 2017
Thank you.
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level 33
Oct 16, 2017
i'm not sure if you still update this quiz but i would absolutely love if you could add the county's of Ireland to it and maybe Malta. Thanks and brilliant quiz.
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level 59
Oct 16, 2017
It would be nice, but unfortunately I don't know if i can. For Ireland I couldn't find any maps available that I could use for data, so that was a problem. Also for Malta there was over 60 regions and I didn't want 25% of answers to be of a more obscure country like Malta.
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level 33
Oct 23, 2017
maybe could you base it off the "county's of Ireland quiz". Thanks for your reply!
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level 61
Dec 4, 2017
Great quiz. Finally got them all after some grinding.
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level 59
Dec 4, 2017
Wow! That's really impressive! My highscore is 55, so I've got some studying to do if I want to get to that level haha.
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level 50
Jan 12, 2018
I couldn't spell, couldn't remember, or just didn't know.
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level 75
Jan 28, 2018
Could you consider accepting Burgundy as a type in?
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level 21
Jun 3, 2018
Please accept West Vlaanderen, Oost Vlaanderen, and Vlaams Brabant? since the people living there speak dutch?
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level 42
Oct 31, 2018
my mind exploded, but i did get 24 the first time im american
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level 42
Nov 1, 2018
130 is good enough for me. sorry switzerland, theres no way i could memorize your regions. Same with andorra, monaco, and liechtenstein. Everything else i got all of it.
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level 42
Nov 27, 2018
22 tries and i have 177. Almost there!
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level 59
Nov 28, 2018
That's really impressive! :O
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level 42
Nov 28, 2018
got it my 25th try! Finally!
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level 57
Apr 2, 2019
What's with France changing all of their administrative districts?
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level 59
Apr 2, 2019
They combined several regions a while back!
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level 76
Apr 2, 2019
I got 46 and I don't expect to ever do better than that. Some of these are ridiculous, 10 different regions of Monaco? are they declaring every house on the same street to be a different "region?"
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level 76
Apr 2, 2019
My biggest "get" that most others missed was Faro... because I just came from the Busiest Air Routes from London quiz.
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level 77
Apr 3, 2019
The second-level divisions of the Belgian territory are the regions, so Wallonia, Flanders and Brussels. The provinces are the next level (and you shouldn't accept just "Walloon" and "Flemish" for the Brabants anyway).
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level 73
Apr 7, 2019
Castilla y León doesn't work, but Castilla-La Mancha does. Please accept Burgundy, South Tyrol, while some Italian names don't work like Puglia.
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level 68
Apr 10, 2019
Wonderful test! Please accept as type-ins Burgundy, Friuli, and Basel, and allow to write the names without articles (Colle, Condamine, Rioja,...)