Countries With the Northernmost Southernmost Point

Can you name the countries whose southernmost point has the highest latitude?
Only counting the mainland of countries.
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Last updated: January 6, 2020
First submittedAugust 14, 2019
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Latitude
Country
63.23 °N
Iceland
59.48 °N
Finland
58.00 °N
Norway
57.31 °N
Estonia
55.40 °N
Latvia
55.20 °N
Sweden
54.34 °N
Denmark
Latitude
Country
53.54 °N
Lithuania
51.26 °N
Ireland
51.15 °N
Belarus
50.16 °N
Netherlands
49.57 °N
United Kingdom
49.30 °N
Belgium
49.27 °N
Luxembourg
Latitude
Country
49.00 °N
Poland
48.33 °N
Czech Republic
47.44 °N
Slovakia
47.17 °N
Germany
47.03 °N
Liechtenstein
46.23 °N
Austria
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Level 79
Aug 14, 2019
Good one yo
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Level 62
Aug 15, 2019
Thanks!
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Level 55
Nov 19, 2019
Liked this quiz. Nominated
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Level 78
Dec 9, 2019
Nice quiz! You might consider reducing the time a bit. With my so-so typing skills, I had two minutes remaining.
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Level 62
Dec 9, 2019
Done. Thanks for helping make my quiz a better quiz. :)
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Level 68
Dec 10, 2019
Where does Canada land ?
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Level 86
Dec 10, 2019
It's actually quite a bit further down the list. I believe it's southernmost point is Middle Island in Lake Erie, at about 41.68 *N. In Europe, the southernmost points of Montenegro and Kosovo are just further north than that.
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Level 62
Dec 10, 2019
I'm pretty sure Canada is 29th
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Level 67
Jan 3, 2020
Wow weird to think kosovo and canada are on the same latitude !!
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Level 54
Jan 3, 2020
Yeah, Canada's most southern point sits on the same latitude as northern California, which is strange. Makes for some good wine growing regions :)
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Level 44
Jan 4, 2020
Yeah, it's surprising. When you look at a map, and see the latitiude of a map, the southernmost point of France is only slightly lower than the tips of Maine and Minnesota - Europe is much more northern than you think.
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Level 72
Dec 10, 2019
Good quiz! Surprisingly easy.
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Level 83
Dec 10, 2019
Struggled with the last two as read the caveat to be "only counting mainland countries". I started with Iceland before I read the caveat, so didn't notice that.
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Level 52
Dec 11, 2019
Congratulations on getting featured!
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Level 62
Dec 11, 2019
Thank you! :)
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Level 75
Dec 20, 2019
Too euro-centric
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Level 44
Jan 3, 2020
Why are people on this site so freakishly good with countries? I was proud that I got 10 but apparently the average person does almost twice as well...
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Level 67
Jan 3, 2020
Well, none of these countries are obscure and they are all rather obvious (if you ve ever seen a map). (No stans, or oceanian countries or even african which are also difficult for some) I think this is one of the easier ones as geography quizzes go, but a fun one.
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Level 59
Jan 3, 2020
It's not that hard to learn the names and locations of all countries in the world. Where I live, they required us to do so in high school and it was neither any kind of elite school nor a geography-focused profile. And you would think that most of people attempting geography quiz on a website like jetpunk will at least have some interest in geography. Then it's not that hard to get a perfect or near-perfect score in a quiz like that, which is not very difficult compared to other possible quizes. It's just 196 pieces of information required to be known to get 100% in all quizes similar to this, other types of quizes may require dozens of times more.
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Level 82
Jan 3, 2020
So basically just guess all European countries, especially the ones further north. Pretty easy.
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Level 44
Jan 3, 2020
Netherlands is actually 50.75°N ?
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Level 52
Jan 3, 2020
Missed UK and Ireland 🤦‍♀️
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Level 53
Jan 4, 2020
You should make one excluding Europe
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Level 43
Jan 4, 2020
i dont want to sound dumb but i really dont understand what this quiz is asking for. Like i got majority of the countries but i didnt know what i was looking for.
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Level 62
Jan 5, 2020
That's the same with a lot of other quizzes, I don't know what you mean
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Level 65
Jan 9, 2020
Too arctic circle-centric B-)
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Level 15
Jan 9, 2020
A little bit, but Canada, Russia, and USA are not on this list, it's mainly just European countries
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Level 45
Feb 4, 2020
Fun quiz! It is like naming all the northernmost European countries with the exception of Russia.
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Level 68
May 20, 2020
You should do westernmost easternmost point and easternmost westernmost point
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Level 62
May 20, 2020
Hmm maybe I will but for right now, my brothers and I are doing a big project