Trace the Coast of Europe with a Map

Starting from the top right corner, trace the outline of the European continent by correctly naming each country along the way.
External territories and micronations are included!
For the version in which you must guess cities, click here
Quiz by Jiaozira
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Last updated: January 11, 2021
First submittedJune 8, 2020
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Countries
Asia (from Urals) -->
Russia
Norway
Sweden
Finland
Russia
Estonia
Latvia
Lithuania
Russia
Poland
Germany
Denmark
Germany
Netherlands
Belgium
France
Spain
Portugal
Spain
Gibraltar
Spain
France
Monaco
France
Italy
Slovenia
Croatia
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Croatia
Montenegro
Albania
Greece
Turkey
Bulgaria
Romania
Ukraine
Russia
Ukraine
Russia
Asia (Georgia)
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Level 71
Jun 8, 2020
This was fun, nice job. But shouldn't Georgia be included since the Europe-Asia border runs through it?
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Level 66
Jun 8, 2020
Thank you! I've seen maps that split Georgia between the continents but I believe it's just as correct to draw the line at the border with Russia.
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Level 71
Jun 8, 2020
Nevermind, it seems I was wrong anyway. The Caucasus Mountains extend into southern Russia, meaning that although parts of northern, inland Georgia can be classified as European the entire coastline is definitely Asian.
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Level 71
Jun 8, 2020
Yes, I think so. And also, shouldn't there be more to-ing and fro-ing between Netherlands and Belgium?
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Level 66
Jun 8, 2020
The bottom bit of Zealand is seperated by a river entering Belgium, but I don't believe rivers should count as coastline.
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Level 73
Jun 9, 2020
Excellent! One small suggestion: give borders alternating colours so you can see the different countries forming the coastline. Or actually even better would be if eg France's coastlines have the same colour etc
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Level 66
Jun 9, 2020
Cheers! I do quite like that idea, although I cannot implement it now, as the borders are coloured in altogether, based on whether or not the answer is correct (rather than individually through their ID).
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Level 73
Jun 10, 2020
I see. if I remember correctly I managed to get around this problem this way: have the 'coloured borders' always visible but covered by 'white borders' which correspond to answers and become invisible when guessed - see this quiz
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Level 66
Aug 28, 2020
Thanks to the Curonian and Vistula spits, the coastline goes Lithuania / Russia / Lithuania / Russia / Poland / Russia / Poland (although this requires passing through two lagoons).
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Level 66
Dec 20, 2020
I'm not planning on including that thus far, both for simplicity's sake and also I'm not sure where to draw the line on what constitutes a coastline.
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Level 57
Sep 3, 2020
If you mind not, can I make something similar, but with Afro-Eurasia?
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Level 66
Sep 3, 2020
Go ahead!
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Level 57
Sep 3, 2020
Thanks :)
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Level 66
Sep 3, 2020
You're very welcome!
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Level 62
Dec 21, 2020
I love this quiz, and GeoPhilia's one is excellent too!
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Level 66
Dec 21, 2020
Thank you! And I have to agree with you, I'm a big fan of GeoPhilia's Afro-Eurasia quiz :D
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Level 49
Dec 3, 2020
Damn, Russia's everywhere :|
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Level 66
Dec 3, 2020
Russia is truly omnipresent.
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Level 50
Dec 20, 2020
5 of them :)
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Level 80
Dec 28, 2020
Crimea is part of Ukraine not Russia. Russia is illegally occupying it. A significant majority of the world's countries have made it clear that they recognise that Crimea is a part of Ukraine.
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Level 66
Dec 28, 2020
Russia currently has control over the Crimean peninsula (as well as de facto control over parts of Eastern Ukraine). I am still not sure where Jetpunk gets their maps from, but the source seems to value depicting actual control over specific regions, rather than honouring sentiments (this goes for the Crimean situation as well as the border dispute in Kashmir, among other minor disputes). I agree with this, to the point in which I have drawn dotted lines to represent other territories such as Abkhazia or North Cyprus which are outside of the authority of the countries which the international community agrees as controlling said territory.
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Level 66
Dec 28, 2020
That being said, if you wish you can simply type 'Ukraine' three times to complete its coastline on the Black Sea. You are never forced to type 'Russia' in order to complete Crimea.
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Level 62
Jan 2, 2021
Hey Jiaozira, probably shouldn't ask it here, but is it possible if I could make a series of quizzes similar to the above? I would love to make more map quizzes of such :D
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Level 66
Jan 2, 2021
Of course! Anyone can do what they wish with this idea. I look forward to seeing what you come up with :)
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Level 62
Jan 3, 2021
Thank you! I will try to do my best :)
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Level 55
Jan 19, 2021
Love it! Nominated.
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Level 66
Jan 19, 2021
Thank you! An honour coming from George Washington himself :)
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Level 51
Jan 24, 2021
Yeah, George Washington is probably glad that the UK isn't in this quiz.
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Level 31
Jan 21, 2021
ez
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Level 45
Jan 22, 2021
ok. same
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Level 57
Jan 22, 2021
I'm so glad to see it going to be featured! I am very thankful to you :D
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Level 66
Jan 22, 2021
Thanks to you too, your Afro-Eurasian quiz is what reignited interest in this quiz, too :)
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Level 51
Jan 23, 2021
That was a nice idea. Excellent quiz!
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Level 66
Jan 23, 2021
Thank you!