Countries Bordering Turkey

All Turkey's neighbors have fallen into the sea! Guess their names to bring them back.
Quiz by Sonko
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Last updated: September 29, 2018
First submittedJune 28, 2012
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Border length
Country
822 km
Syria
499 km
Iran
311 km
Iraq
268 km
Armenia
252 km
Georgia
240 km
Bulgaria
206 km
Greece
9 km
Azerbaijan
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Level 58
Oct 28, 2012
Love this quiz its great and really mindbobling!!! weird that im going ton turkey tomorrow!! 8/8
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Level 36
Nov 6, 2012
I'm glad you like it! Have fun in Turkey!:)
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Level 15
May 26, 2021
yes awesome quiz!
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Level 30
May 7, 2014
Almost didn't get Bulgaria although I am currently reading a book about Byzantium and their struggles with the Bulgarians ...
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Level 67
May 20, 2014
You make good quizzes Sonko!
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Level 36
Jul 8, 2014
Thanks!!:D
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Level 26
May 27, 2014
Probably you should add Cyprus, because the northern part of the island is turkish, or under turkish dominion. But it was fun!
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Level 36
Jul 8, 2014
Cyprus has a Greek part and a Turkish part yes, but that's still the country Cyprus.
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Level 79
Oct 6, 2016
and officially, the north didn't join Turkey but declared independence, which Turkey recognized
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Level 75
Oct 19, 2016
I would say there's a strong argument for adding Cyprus. Or at least doing the standard JetPunk thing and adding it as an already entered answer
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Level 64
Aug 29, 2018
You shouldn't, The "Turkish part" is separated by the UN Buffer zone.
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Level 72
Mar 18, 2020
Just because there are Somalis in Kenya doesn't mean that Somalia borders Uganda.
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Level 55
Feb 15, 2015
I'm going to Turkey 6/9/15.
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Level 59
Jul 26, 2016
Azerbaijan does not border Turkey!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Level 79
Oct 6, 2016
it does, zoom in on the little western part
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Level 90
Oct 19, 2016
Yes it does, for about 8 km along the Aras river.
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Level 81
Oct 19, 2016
Plattitude is right. The Nakhchivan exclave of Azerbaijan is southwest of Armenia. It has a tiny border with Turkey at the Aras River.
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Level 81
Oct 20, 2016
Learned something new - Azerbaijan has an enclave west of Armenia, that does in fact border Turkey!
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Level 59
Dec 4, 2016
Actually, it's an exclave.
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Level 82
Dec 4, 2016
It's not universally recognized to be part of Azerbaijan.
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Level 79
Dec 4, 2016
^ yeah, Armenians aren't awfully happy about it, but that's it
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Level 38
Jun 15, 2021
@kalbahamut It is recognised as a part of Azerbaijan.
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Level 80
Oct 18, 2016
Very nice quiz!
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Level 36
Dec 12, 2016
Thanks man!
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Level 59
Dec 4, 2016
The Caspian Sea is connected to ocean. It has become a true sea once more! Rejoice!
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Level 26
Dec 4, 2016
Cyprus is an island
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Level 82
Dec 4, 2016
well Cyprus does border Northern Cyprus which is basically an extension of Turkey. Convenient place for them to keep most of their casinos and brothels.
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Level 63
Dec 4, 2016
But Northern Cyprus declared independence. It's not like it became a province of Turkey.
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Level 79
Dec 4, 2016
Quizzes would become awfully complicated if we included all cases like this. Of course de facto Northern Cyprus is very closely linked to Turkey, but nobody recognizes it as such, not even themselves. The same with Abkhazia, South Ossetia, Nagorno Karabakh, but unlike Crimea for example.
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Level 82
Nov 6, 2018
Gamer: that's not really what happened, though. In the 1970s Greek partisans attempted to annex Cyprus to Greece. In response, Turkey invaded Northern Cyprus and expelled Greeks from that part of the island. Currently, Turkey is the *only* country in the world that recognizes Northern Cyprus. The "country" is entirely dependent on Turkey for its economy and military and is essentially a puppet satellite state of Turkey. The United Nations considers Northern Cyprus to be a part of the Republic of Cyprus under Turkish occupation.
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Level 38
Jun 14, 2021
@kalbahamut, you are giving wrong and false information. Yes, Northern Cyprus is economically (almost) dependent to Turkey, but it isn’t a province, dependency etc. of Turkey. Turkey recognises Northern Cyprus as a country, not a dependency. And also UN doesn’t consider Northern Cyprus as a part of Turkey. And Northern Cyprus is not under the occupation of Turkey. Even some Northern Cypriots hate Turkey. UN considers Northern Cyprus as an unrecognised state, part of Republic of Cyprus.

(Extra information: There is a United Nations Buffer Zone between “two Cyprus”.)

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Level 55
Dec 4, 2016
I did it with 1:45 left.
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Level 66
Dec 4, 2016
Nice quiz! On my big OE (overseas experience) from NZ, Turkey was may favourite country.
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Level 36
Dec 12, 2016
Glad you liked it!:D
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Level 56
Dec 4, 2016
Sonko, I wonder what Kalbahamut's problem is with you. In almost every quiz that you have created he is criticising you and the quiz. Vreselijk kinderachtig als je het mij vraagt.
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Level 63
Dec 4, 2016
What do you mean "every quiz"? Kal has commented on 4 quizzes out of 21 Sonko has created. That's 19% of all his quizzes, so no Kalbahamut hasn't commented on 'almost all of Sonko's quizzes'. Unless commenting on 4 quizzes equals 'almost all of Sonko's quizzes', which then seems quite ridiculous.
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Level 36
Dec 12, 2016
Haha, ik heb het gemerkt ja!
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Level 37
Apr 4, 2018
Sonko and Jordaan. I agree with Gamer 1162, Kalbahamut frequently comments and comments... and comments. But that is NOT the case in this instance. As much as I often disagree with him, it is unfair to attribute to him something which he has not done. Also, it is impolite

to have an exchange in a language other than that of the quiz. (Dutch is one of the languages I speak, so I understood your exchange with each other).

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Level 53
Feb 23, 2019
Idea for new quiz: Quizzes that Kalbahamut has commented on...
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Level 85
Mar 18, 2020
I haven't seen a single comment of his on this quiz that criticizes either the quiz or the quiz creator. Unless it was already removed in the time since you've left this comment, but even then, I highly doubt he would make a criticism without a given reason.
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Level 34
Dec 31, 2017
i love these bordering quizzes where they are underwater :)
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Level 48
Sep 1, 2019
Maybe one day Kurdistan...
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Level 35
Mar 2, 2021
That day is far, far from today.
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Level 67
Sep 26, 2019
Weird how bulgaria is guessed less than azerbaijan
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Level 36
Mar 18, 2020
Probably because most people guess Armenia+Georgia+Azerbaijan right after eachother ;)
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Level 67
Mar 18, 2020
I do link armenia and georgia. But azerbaijan is stored with the stans in my mind :)

here today as "punishment" for forgetting turkey in the quiz countries with most amount of countries within 100km (I think I missed it with the 200km aswell)

btw bulgaria is still low ;)

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Level 54
Mar 18, 2020
Good quiz!! ;)
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Level 62
Mar 19, 2020

@sonko don't get offended, this is not critisism towards you, but to the Quizmaster

what i want to say is, that i cannot fully understand how so many boring quizzes can be featured, where you only need to know the locations of huge countries on the world map, yet great quizzes, I'm not saying mine are so brill, but there are definitely some that are more engaging than well quizzes like this one or basically all of Jerry928's quizzes, which are simply the closest countries to every damn country on the planet

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Level 36
Mar 20, 2020
Fair point, I totally get what you're saying. There's definitely more engaging quizzes than this one.

I do think that most people here tend to prefer simple and country related quizes.The Quizmaster simply features what the masses want.

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Level 33
Mar 19, 2020
Me like!
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Level 30
Mar 22, 2020
Good quiz
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Level 23
May 6, 2020
Loved it
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Level 38
Apr 10, 2021
Nice quiz! Greetings from Turkey!
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Level 21
Apr 24, 2021
:D
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Level 39
May 18, 2021
I didn't do this but I bet Turks [purposely] forgot to type in Greece...
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Level 38
Jun 14, 2021
I am Turk and no, we didn’t... Problems are about with politics and politicians. Not the people.
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Level 67
Jul 5, 2021
Even though they have had a lot of complicated relations historically and practice different religions, Turks and Greeks seem to have a lot in common culturally (personally, it seems similar to the relationship between India and Pakistan). I also read a comment from Kalbahamut on another quiz that Turks, Greeks, and Slavs have all intermarried for generations, leading to genetic similarities in the region as well.