European Landlocked Countries

There are 15 landlocked countries on the continent of Europe. How many can you name?
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Last updated: April 13, 2019
First submittedApril 25, 2014
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Country
Andorra
Austria
Belarus
Czech Republic
Hungary
Country
Kosovo
Liechtenstein
Luxembourg
Moldova
North Macedonia
Country
San Marino
Serbia
Slovakia
Switzerland
Vatican City
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Level 72
Oct 22, 2016
Nice opportunity to try the newly allowed type-in of "Czechia"
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Level 70
Dec 6, 2016
Now he tells me!
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Level 55
Dec 6, 2016
I have a Czech friend and she says that you can say both Czechian and Czech.
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Level 60
Dec 6, 2016
That's what I do now- it's a lot shorter than typing Czech Republic!
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Level 47
Dec 19, 2016
I know... It's horrible to think about, but Czechia is right.
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Level 55
Jul 29, 2020
Finally. Now, what do do with the pesky Luxembourg and Liechtenstein? :-D Those are always pain to write.
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Level 74
Oct 23, 2016
Nice quiz to get the brain stirring.
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Level 53
Oct 26, 2016
Got them all with 48 seconds left
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Level 69
Dec 6, 2016
Nice quiz and I though of Czechia despite just being awake! 15/15 with 1.13 left
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Level 43
Dec 6, 2016
Argghhhhhh ~ Missed Kosovo
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Level 66
Apr 30, 2019
That's okay.
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Level 54
Dec 6, 2016
I missed Kosovo since its sometimes not on maps
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Level 70
Dec 6, 2016
Hooray Czechia
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Level 69
Apr 13, 2019
North Macedonia and Moldova should be the other way around
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Level ∞
Apr 13, 2019
Okay, fixed
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Level 67
Apr 30, 2019
For me it is weird to say ukraine isnt landlocked. I skipped it, but tried several times different vsriations of bulgaria....
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Level 50
May 1, 2019
Umm, Ukraine has access to the Black sea, so I don't know how you can name it landlocked
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Level 80
May 7, 2019
so does Bulgaria