European Countries From Turkish to English

We'll be posting the Turkish version of Countries of the World soon; to get you used to the Turkish country names, try this translation-into-English quiz first. Eğlen!
ç = ch; ş = sh; for the difference between ı and i, say Hırvatistan: "hurvatistan"
Countries that are the same, or have the same type-ins, you get for free.
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Last updated: February 4, 2017
First submittedAugust 6, 2015
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Türkçe
English
Almanya
Germany
Andorra
Andorra
Arnavutluk
Albania
Avusturya
Austria
Belçika
Belgium
Beyaz Rusya
Belarus
Birleşik Krallık
United Kingdom
Bosna-Hersek
Bosnia and
Herzegovina
Bulgaristan
Bulgaria
Çekya
Czechia
Danimarka
Denmark
Estonya
Estonia
Faroe Adaları
Faroe Islands
Finlandiya
Finland
Fransa
France
Grönland
Greenland
Türkçe
English
Hırvatistan
Croatia
Hollanda
Netherlands
İrlanda
Ireland
İspanya
Spain
İsveç
Sweden
İsviçre
Switzerland
İtalya
Italy
İzlanda
Iceland
Karadağ
Montenegro
Kosova
Kosovo
Letonya
Latvia
Lihtenştayn
Liechtenstein
Litvanya
Lithuania
Lüksemburg
Luxembourg
Macaristan
Hungary
Makedonya
Macedonia
Türkçe
English
Malta
Malta
Moldova
Moldova
Monako
Monaco
Norveç
Norway
Polonya
Poland
Portekiz
Portugal
Romanya
Romania
Rusya
Russia
San Marino
San Marino
Sırbistan
Serbia
Slovakya
Slovakia
Slovenya
Slovenia
Ukrayna
Ukraine
Vatikan Şehri
Vatican City
Yunanistan
Greece
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Level 35
Aug 6, 2015
Portugal
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Level 74
Aug 6, 2015
Fixed, thanks.
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Level 70
Aug 6, 2015
This would be better as a yellow-box quiz, because otherwise you're just typing the names of the European countries and seeing where they land.
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Level 74
Aug 6, 2015
Good point, It is now.
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Level 49
Dec 9, 2015
Apparently now Greenland and the Faroe islands are countries. Since when did that happen. Both of the two are ruled by Denmark!
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Level 74
Dec 9, 2015
They are not "ruled' by Denmark at all. They have each made so many decisions independently of Denmark (for instance, choosing to leave the European Union, while Denmark remains with in it) that I am, frankly, surprised you consider that is a part of Denmark. It is a part of the Kingdom (but not the country) of Denmark, but that's like saying "Australia is a part of the British Commonwealth and therefore part of the UK". Under the 2008 Self-Government Act, Greenland is responsible for policing, judicial system, company law, accounting, and auditing; mineral resource activities; aviation; law of legal capacity, family law and succession law; aliens and border controls; the working environment; and financial regulation and supervision, as well as its own monetary policy. Similar story for the Faroes, google them to find out more.
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Level 74
Feb 4, 2017
None required - those are fairly easy answers already.
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Level 44
Apr 5, 2018
Where is Turkey, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Georgia?