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European Countries Further South than Tunisia

Enter the European countries that have territory further south than 37.348 degrees north. The countries do not have to be totally in Europe, but do have to have territory in Europe, like Russia and Turkey do.
Source: Google Maps
Does not include overseas possessions
The African land that is the furthest north is in Tunisia
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First submittedJune 22, 2017
Last updatedJune 22, 2017
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France
Greece
Italy
Malta
Netherlands
Portugal
Spain
Turkey
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level 74
Jun 22, 2017
UK -- Gibraltar? Is Turkey European on Jetpunk?
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level 68
Jun 22, 2017
I added stuff in the instructions to hopefully make it more clear.
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level 68
Jun 22, 2017
Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory. Turkey is not counted as European in the 196 Quiz but does have a European part. I should make that more clear.
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level 63
Jun 23, 2017
How come Netherlands is here, but not UK?
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level 68
Jun 23, 2017
Aruba, Curacao, and Sint Maarten are integral parts of the Kingdom of the Netherlands with equal status to places like Amsterdam or Rotterdam. This is like how French Guiana is part of Metropolitan France. French Guiana has equal status to Normandy. Aruba has equal status to Limburg. Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory and not part of the United Kingdom. To put it in an American perspective, Hawaii has equal status to Maine while Guam does not. Aruba is like Hawaii in this scenario.
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level 60
Jun 27, 2017
Well said.
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level 38
Sep 30, 2018
^ Of "Equal status to Amsterdam, Limburg", French Guiana, etc. would be the islands of Bonaire, Saba and Sint Eustatius [Statia], they form an integral part of the country of the Netherlands. The status of the islands of Aruba, Curacao and Sint Maarten are more akin to the relationship of Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland to the UK (They are countries within the Kingdom of the Netherlands, but not Sovereign).
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level 46
Jun 23, 2017
Turkey is not Europe, so it should not be counted.
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level 85
Jun 23, 2017
I'm as puzzled as other posters about why Netherlands is in this but UK is not, since the UK overseas territories you exclude have more or less the same status as the Dutch landen you include.