Modern-Day Countries of the Ottoman Empire on a Map

Can you name these present-day countries once part of the Ottoman Empire at its height in 1683 AD with the help of a map?
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Last updated: August 7, 2020
First submittedNovember 9, 2019
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Country
Albania
Algeria
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Croatia
Cyprus
Country
Egypt
Eritrea
Georgia
Greece
Hungary
Country
Iraq
Israel
Jordan
Kosovo
Kuwait
Country
Lebanon
Libya
Moldova
Montenegro
North Macedonia
Country
Romania
Russia
Saudi Arabia
Serbia
Slovakia
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Sudan
Syria
Tunisia
Turkey
Ukraine
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Level 72
Nov 10, 2019
Nice quiz, Ninja! I've nominated it
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Level 57
Nov 10, 2019
Thanks Gassu! It means a lot.
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Level 47
Apr 20, 2020
I forget, how do you nominate?
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Level 63
Aug 7, 2020
You could have just answered his question rather than being a smartass.
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Level 68
Aug 7, 2020
Just another edgy and disgusting nameless person in the internet. And I mean Dodoma something. Couldn't reply him for some reason.
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Level 58
Aug 7, 2020
You just have to click on the "Nominate" button. Although that's not possible on this quiz anymore, since it's already featured.
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Level 60
Nov 12, 2019
You are missing Suakin and Massawa which are today's Sudan and Eritrea
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Level 48
May 2, 2020
Yes! On the map NINJAQKk used, Sudan was on there.
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Level 58
Jun 11, 2020
Second that
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Level 63
May 19, 2020
Armenia is missing
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Level 58
Jun 11, 2020
The map states the Ottoman Empire having lost Armenia before 1683.
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Level 66
Jun 2, 2020
Why is Crimea considered Russian?
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Level 57
Jun 2, 2020
It's the Jetpunk standard.
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Level 55
Jun 25, 2020
Crimea will always be part of Ukraine in my heart.
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Level 48
Jul 19, 2020
Yeah!
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Level 46
Aug 7, 2020
Crimea will always be Crimea in my heart and in my blood -- but that's a Tatar speaking ;)
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Level 83
Aug 7, 2020
Russia annexed it in 2014.
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Level 65
Aug 24, 2020
It’s part of Russia now.
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Level 62
Jul 6, 2020
Great quiz! Maybe do an empty map version as well to make it more challenging?
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Level 57
Jul 6, 2020
Great idea!
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Level 49
Jul 6, 2020
Congrats on The Feature. The Quiz is Too Easy with the map.
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Level 56
Jul 8, 2020
Congratulations on this feature (人*´∀`)。*゚+
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Level 69
Aug 7, 2020
This isn't precisely the height of Ottoman terretorial expansion. I believe there was a point near the mid 16th century when parts of Iran and the caucasus as well as Yemen were part of the Empire. 1683 was its height in Europe, not as a whole.
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Level 59
Aug 7, 2020
I think they had Morocco Yemen Armenia Iran and Malta also
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Level 55
Aug 31, 2020
Definitely NOT Malta. The story of the defense of Malta is one of the greatest chapters of European military history. I encourage everyone to read about it.
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Level 55
Aug 7, 2020
Why they have this very tiny piece of Sudan and this little part of Eritrea?
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Level 46
Aug 8, 2020
Probably trading outposts.
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Level 65
Aug 24, 2020
I thought it was kinda dirty
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Level 65
Aug 7, 2020
Amazing how the West still gets criticized for the Crusades, yet centuries later.....
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Level 70
Aug 7, 2020
Nice but wrong quiz. This is not the largest extent of the Empire, Also Crimea is Ukraine, not Russia - an illegitimate unilateral seizure does not make it so. Yet you colour in the West Bank black - by the same standard you should be including it as part of Israel. It is incoherent to say Crimea is Russia but the Palestinian territories are not Israel.
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Level 51
Aug 7, 2020
Not to argue what these should be, but quizmaker is just following Jetpunk standards
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Level 56
Aug 8, 2020
barmanitan is correct, according to Jetpunk standards, Crimea is part of Russia.
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Level 31
Aug 9, 2020
Nice quiz!
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Level 41
Sep 29, 2020
The Ottoman empire is shaped like it's been redistricted by US Republicans.