Non-Sovereign Lands

Tired of quizzes that don't allow one land or other? Scratch that itch! All answers contain "land", but are not currently recognised as sovereign by the majority of other lands...yet.
Answers can be cities, regions, attractions or more -- but all correspond to a place on Planet Earth.
Some are historical or don't exist anymore.
Plenty of time on the clock. Have fun and get cranky! Feedback welcome :)
Quiz by redsplat
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Last updated: July 7, 2020
First submittedJuly 18, 2019
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Elvis has left the building
Graceland
Magic Overpriced Kingdom
Disneyland
Banksy theme park
Dismaland
Has sovereign soccer/football clubs
England
Ironically, almost 90% of its landmass is covered in ice
Greenland
Leif Erikson named this island, perhaps for grapes or berries he found there
Vinland
Islands claimed by both UK and Argentina
Falkland Islands
Bafflingly large island in Northern Canada
Baffin Island
Descendants of mutineers on the Bounty still live here
Pitcairn Islands
Ponies!
Shetland Islands
City in New Zealand
Auckland
The sauce doesn't come from here. But Dutch folks do.
Holland
A peninsula in Northern Europe...that sticks out
Jutland
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Now goes by Eswatini
Swaziland
Self-declared republic and autonomous region in Somalia
Somaliland and Putland
The Wire was based in this U.S. state, in the city of Baltimore
Maryland
Demilitarised under the 1919 Versailles Treaty
Rhineland
Annexed by the Nazis after the 1938 Munich Agreement
Sudetenland
Nearly due for another independence referendum, inspired by Brexit
Scotland
Hopefully Brexit won't make Troubles here
Northern Ireland / Ireland
Located in Finland, but only its Swedish name contains "land". Associated with reindeer and Christmas for some.
Lappland
Brisbane is the capital of this Australian state. Banana-bending is reputedly a major industry.
Queensland
Joined Canada in 1949, along with Labrador
Newfoundland
Many coastal towns have this name, but only the Oregon one has the world's largest independent bookstore.
Portland
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Level 75
Jul 19, 2019
Puntland and Somaliland are both self-declared autonomous regions in Somalia.
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Level 76
Jul 20, 2019
Added as a type-in, thank you!
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Level 60
Apr 20, 2020
Accept Ireland in general?
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Level 76
Jul 7, 2020
I see your point. Added as a type-in :)
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Level 53
Mar 3, 2021
Nice Quiz!
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Level 76
Mar 9, 2021
Thank you very much! I had fun making it :)