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România

Română România

România este un stat situat în Europa. Se învecinează cu Ucraina şi Republica Moldova în nord şi est, Ungaria şi Serbia la vest şi Bulgaria la sud. În sud-est, România are o porţiune de coastă care îi oferă acces la Marea Neagră. Capitala şi cel mai mare oraş este Bucureşti. România este membru al NATO din 2004 şi, din 1 ianuarie 2007, a Uniunii Europene.

Magyar Románia

Románia európai ország, fővárosa Bukarest. Északkeletről Ukrajna és Moldova határolja, nyugatról Magyarország és Szerbia, délről Bulgária, míg keleten a Fekete-tengerrel határos. Az ország 2007. január 1. óta az Európai Unió tagja.

English Romania - Romania

Romania is a country in Europe. Romania borders ► Hungary and ► Serbia (with ► Vojvodina) to the west, ► Ukraine and ► Moldova to the northeast, and ► Bulgaria to the south. Romania has a stretch of sea coast along the Black Sea, and the eastern and southern Carpathian mountains run through its center.

In other languages - Deutsch: Rumänien ist eine Republik in Europa, die 850 km von der Pannonischen Tiefebene bis zum Schwarzen Meer reicht. Der Name Romania war im Latein der Spätantike eine verbreitete Kurzbezeichnung für das Römische Reich. Rumänien grenzt an der Republik Moldau, Ukraine, Ungarn, Serbien und Bulgarien. Die Hauptstadt ist Bukarest. Rumänien ist EU- und NATO-Mitglied.

- Romani: Rumuniya si ek them andi Europa. Si somdasno (membro) ando OTNA le 2004to bershestar vi ando Europikano Ekipen katar 1 Yanuara 2007to bersheste.
- Français: la Roumanie est un État situé en Europe, membre de l’Union Européenne et de l'OTAN. Possédant un héritage latin, ce pays est entouré par des pays slaves comme la Bulgarie, la Serbie ou l’Ukraine et par la Hongrie. Il est bordé par la mer Noire au sud-est. Au nord-est, un petit pays également à majorité roumanophone, la République de Moldavie, ne fait plus partie de la Roumanie depuis 1944. La Roumanie, qui est le 7e pays le plus peuplé de l’Union européenne et le 9e par sa superficie, est aussi un pays stratégique pour l'Union européenne, vues ses relations étroites avec les pays de la mer Noire.
- Polski: Rumunia kraj w południowo-wschodniej części Europy. Graniczy z Węgrami i Serbią na zachodzie, Bułgarią na południu wzdłuż Dunaju, oraz Ukrainą i Mołdawią na północy. Kraj ma także dostęp do Morza Czarnego. Bukareszt jest stolicą i największym miastem Rumunii. Od 29 marca 2004 roku Rumunia jest członkiem NATO, a od 1 stycznia 2007 także Unii Europejskiej. Po przyjęciu do organizacji, Rumunia stała się siódmym według liczby ludności krajem wspólnoty.


Short name  Romania
Official  name Romania
Status United independent country since 1877, recognized 1878 , member of the ► European Union since 2007
Location Central Europe
Capital Bucureşti (Bucharest)
Population 22,303,552 inhabitants
Area 238,391 km²
Major  languages Romanian (official), Hungarian (main minority language)
Major  religions Romanian Orthodoxy
More information Romania, Geography of Romania, History of Romania and Politics of Romania
More  images Romania - Romania (Category).

General maps

Romania general map-ro.png Hartă generală a României
Übersichtskarte von Rumänien
General map of Romania
Carte générale de la Roumanie
Physical map of Romania.jpg Harta fizică şi generală a României
Physical and general map
Carte physique et générale de la Roumanie
Un-romania.png România
Ro-map.png Harta României
Karte von Rumänien
Map of Romania
Carte de la Roumanie
Ro-map.jpg Harta României
Map of Romania in Romanian
Carte de la Roumanie en langue Roumaine
Ro-terkep.png Románia térkép
Harta României în limba maghiară.
Same map in Hungarian
Même carte en hongrois
Romania-relief.png Hartă topografică a României
Relief map of Romania
ROMANIA Fizic.jpg Harta fizică
Physical map
Walachische Tiefebene.png Câmpia Dunării
Walachische Tiefebene
The Walachian Plain
La plaine de Valachie
Ro-hydro-net.jpg Harta hidrografică a României
Karte der Flüsse in Rumänien
Rivers map
Carte des fleuves en Roumanie
Romania-topo.png Topographic map
Romania-Mountains.png Mountains of Romania
Romania-Eastern Carpathians.png The Eastern Carpathian mountains
Romania-Curbură Carpathians.png The Turning Carpathian mountains
Romania-Southern Carpathians.png The Southern Carpathian (Transylvanian Alpine) mountains
Romania-Western Carpathians.png The Western Carpathian mountains (Apuseni or Bihor, and Banat ranges)
Romania-Harghita mountains.png The Harghita volcanic mountains
Romania-Măcin.png The hercynian Măcin range in Dobruja, Romania
Romania-cfr.svg Romanian railway system
Romania-drumuri.svg Romanian national roads
Judete & Regions of Romania.png Historical regions
MapRegionsRomania.png Historical regions coloured
Greater Romania.svg Regions of Greater Romania with counties of 1930
Romania historic regions.svg Historical regions within contemporary Romania

Maps of divisions

This section holds maps of the administrative divisions.

Romania EuroRegions.png Euro-Regions
Regiuni de dezvoltare.svg Development regions and counties
ROMANIA judete.jpg Counties of Romania
ROMANIA orase principale.jpg The counties with their capital cities
Romania local administrive units.png Communes of Romania
Romanian Orthodox Church11.svg Administrative map of the Romanian Orthodox Church
Romanian Greek-Catholic (Uniate) Church map.svg Administrative map of the Romanian Greek-Catholic (Uniate) Church
Romanian Roman-Catholic Church map.svg Administrative map of the Romanian Roman-Catholic Church

History maps

This section holds a short summary of the history of the area of present-day Romania, illustrated with maps, including historical maps of former countries and empires that included present-day Romania.

LangThraco-Illyri.png The Thraco-Illyrians
Roman expansion 264 BC Shepherd.jpg Territorial development of the Roman Empire 264 BC-192, including the conquest of Dacia
Roman Empire.JPG The Roman empire at its greatest extend
RomanEmpire 117.svg The Roman Empire in 117
Roman Empire.png The extent of the Roman Republic and Roman Empire;
   133 BC
   44 BC (late Republic, after conquests by republican generals)
   AD 14 (death of Augustus)
   117 (maximum extension)
Post Roman Balkans.jpg Roman era Balkans
Roman Empire Map AlexanderFindlay1849.png Roman era Balkans
Dacia 82 BC.png Dacia 82 B.C.
Romia Imperio.png Map of the Roman Empire in 116
Dacia SPQR.png Dacia in the Roman Empire (116))
Moesia Inferior SPQR.png Moesia Inferior in the Roman Empire (116))
Roman empire.png Roman Empire in 117
REmpire-Dacia.png Dacia in the Roman Empire
Roman province of Dacia (106 - 271 AD).svg The roman province Dacia
Gepid kingdom 6th century.png Kingdom of the Gepids in the 6th century (539-551)
Theoretical map of Romanian origins.png Origins of the Romanians
A view on 6th to 8th century ethnic distribution in Romania.png Vlachs (Romanians) in the territory of present-day Romania in the 6th-8th century (according to the historical atlas for schools, published in Belgrade in 1970, representing a view of Yugoslav historians from that time)
BULGARIA under Iwan ASSEN II.jpg The vlach-bulgarian kingdom under Ivan Assen/Ioan Asan II, 1218-41
Campaigns of Ivan Assen II.png The campaigns of Ivan Assen/Ioan Asan II
Svetoslav1307.jpg The wallachian & bulgarian states under the Tsar Todor Svetoslav (1307)
FormatiuniPoliticeRomanestiSecolele IX XIII.jpg Romanian political entities (states) in the IX - XIII centuries.
Tara Rumaneasca map.png Principality of Walachia XIV - XVth century
Wallachia Mircea the Elder.png Principality of Walachia during Mircea the Elder (after 1404)
AmlasFagaras.svg Amlaş and Făgăraş duchies XIVth-XVth centuries
Ottoman small animation.gif Growth of the Ottoman Empire
Meyers b15 s0924a.jpg Development of the European part of the Ottoman Empire
Ottoman empire 1481-1683.jpg Growth of the Ottoman Empire
[[|border|251x400px]] Map of the Ottoman Empire 1566
Tara Moldovei map.png Principality of Moldavia
Moldova Stefan cel Mare.png Principality of Moldavia during Stephen the Great (1457 - 1504)
Mihai 1600.png Romanian principalities 1600
Romania 1600.png
Central europe 1683.png Romanian principalities and Ottoman eyalets in 1683
Empire Autricien au XVIII. siecle.jpg Habsburg Empire during the 18th century
Rom1793-1812.png Romanian principalities 1793-1812
Rom1793-1812 fr2.png Romanian principalities 1793-1812
OttomanEmpire1801.jpg Map of the Ottoman Empire 1801
Galicia1836.gif Bukovina as a part of Galicia, the autonomous Transylvania and the Turkish/Russian Moldovas
Balkans1912.jpg The Balkans after 1856
Rom1856-1859.png Romanian principalities 1856-1859
Romania si Dacia moderna 1868.JPG Romania (1868) in the context of "modern Dacia"
Romania 1859-1878.png Romania 1859-1878
Cahul Ismail si Bolgrad.PNG The southwestern Bessarabian frontier between 1856 and 1978
Romania 1859-2006.PNG Romania 1878, compared to interwar Romania
Romania 1887.JPG Romania in 1879 (German)
Marea Neagra nord-vest 1886.JPG The Northwestern Black Sea basin in 1886
Roumanie (1886).jpg Romania in 1886 (French/Romanian)
Stielers Handatlas 1891 48.jpg Romania in 1891
Romania 1897.jpg Romania in 1897 (Hungarian)
États danubiens (1898).JPG Romania in 1898 (French)
RumBulgSerb.1903.jpg Romania in 1903 (Polish)
(together with Serbia and Bulgaria)
Romania1901.JPG Romania in 1901 (German)
Rumaenien 1905.JPG Romania in 1905 (German)
Rumania citizenship 1899.JPG Citizens of Romania (1899)
Romania - soluri si clima - Gheorghe Murgoci.JPG Soil map and climate map of Romania before the First World War
Ardeal si Bucovina.JPG Romanian-populated regions in Austria-Hungary at the beginning of the 20th century
OesterreichUngarn.png Historical map of Austria-Hungary from the Bibliothek allgemeinen und praktischen Wissens für Militäranwärter Band I, 1905
Østerrike-Ungarn 1914.jpg Austria-Hungary and Romania before 1913 (Norvegian)
Austro-Ungaria si Romania (harta etnica).jpg Austria-Hungary and Romania before 1913, ethnic map (Romanian)
Romania 1913-1916.JPG Romania 1913-1916/18
Romania-WW1-1.jpg Romanian Campaign (World War I)
Romania-WW1-2.jpg
Romania-WW1-3.jpg
Rumänien 1916.jpg Central Powers' offensive in Romania, 1916
CampañaRumanaSeptiembreNoviembre1916Enero1917.svg WWI in Romania, 1916 (spanish)
CampañaRumana1944.jpg WWII in Romania, 1944 (spanish)
WWII Southern Central Europe 1944-1945.png The Allied offensive on Southern Central Europe
Moldova 1917.JPG Railway map of the region of Moldova in 1917.
Traite de Bucarest Mai 1918.jpg Romanian borders according to the Bucharest Peace Treaty (May 1918) and than to WWI Peace Treaties (1919-1920)
Romania territory during 20th century.gif Territorial development in the twentieth century
Romania MASSR 1920.png Romania in 1924
JudeteWallachia.png Wallachian counties during XIVth - XVIth centuries
Judete 1480.jpg Counties, 1480
Tara Romaneasca judete 1601-1718.svg Counties of Wallachia between 1601 and 1718
Moldova judete 1601-1718.jpg Counties of Moldavia between 1601 and 1718
Principate Judete 1800.jpg Counties of Wallachia and Moldavia in 1800, according with N. Iorga and C. Giurescu
Romania Judete 1856-1878.jpg Counties of Romania between 1856 and 1878
Romania Judete Antebelice (RO).svg Counties of Romania between 1878 and 1913
Judete 1919-25.png Counties of Romania between 1919 and 1925
Propunere judete si regiuni 1920.png The original proposal for the administrative unification of interwar Romania (Simion Mehedinţi Commission, 1920)
Romania Mare (judete si regiuni istorice).JPG Counties and regions of Romania before 1926
Romania 1930, Administrative Map1.png Romania 1918—1940, Administrative map (after 1926)
Romania 1939.jpg The 70 counties of Romania between 1936 and 1939
Romania Mare.JPG Interwar Romania (administrative map)
Greater Romania, physical map.JPG Physical map of Romania 1926-1929
Romania 1930.png Romania in 1930. Administrative map including the counties, the towns and the county subdivisions (plăşi)
Romania 1938.png Romania in 1938. Administrative map including the counties, the towns and the county subdivisions (plăşi)
Tinuturi Romania.svg Romania 1939, Administrative map
EvRoMare1930.PNG Jewish communities in 1930
Tinuturi Romania septembrie 1940.svg Romania in September 1940, administrative map
Rom1940-1941.png Romania 1940-1941
Romania1941.png Romania 1941
GUVERNAMANTUL BASARABIEI.png Administrative map of the Governorate of Bessarabia (in existence between 1941 and 1944).
Transnistria administratie romaneasca.png Romania controlled (August 19 1941 - January 29 1944) the whole "Transnistrian" region between Dniester, Bug rivers and Black Sea coast. The region was divided into 13 judeţe (counties).
Northern Transylvania yellow.png Transylvania as part of Hungary
Rom1942.png Romania 1942
ROMANIA MAI 1942.png Administrative map of Romania in 1942
Administrative map of Romania, 1950-1952.svg Administrative map of Romania, 1950-1952
Administrative map of Romania, 1952-1956.png Administrative map of Romania, 1952-1956
Administrative map of Romania, 1960-1968.svg Administrative map of Romania, 1960-1968
Rumania in 1967.JPG Romania in 1967
PropuneriJudeteRSR1968.png Proposed administrative reorganisation of the teritory of Romania, 1968
Romania 2000.png Romania 2000
Romania WWII.png Romania after WW II
194791.png Romania 1947
Danube19401948.svg Danube Delta 1940 - 1948
Romania's Resistance 1948-1960.svg Romania's Anticommunist Resistance 1948-1960
Movement for the unification of Romania and Moldova.png A hypotetical map of Romania united with Moldova, as it is demanded by the unionist movement
[[|border|251x400px]] The so-called "Belkovski proposal": a political union excluding Transnistria


Contents

Historical maps on Transylvania

See also: Atlas of Transylvania
  Magyars in Transylvania
  Traditional ethnographic romanian lands of Transylvania & Partium.
  Duchies of Gelu, Glad and Menumorut according to the Gesta Hungarorum (9th century)
  East-Hungarian kingdom & Principality of Transylvania in the XII century.
  East-Hungarian kingdom & Principality of Transylvania in the XIII century.
  East-Hungarian kingdom & Principality of Transylvania in the XV - XVII centuries.
  Transylvania in the 13th century
  East-Hungarian kingdom & Principality of Transylvania in the XVI century
  Emigration of the Szeklers
  Banate of Severin, 13th century
  Transylvania in the 13th century
  Transylvania in the 16th century
  Transylvania in 1570
  Kingdom of Hungary in 1550
  The seats of the Transylvanian Saxons
  Comitates, Szeklerland and Saxonland in Transylvania
  The Transylvanian Principality in 1857
  The Transylvanian Principality in 1862
  Administrative division of Transylvania, 1300-1867
  Sibiu County (South-Central Transylvania) in 1937
  Northern Transylvania annexed to Hungary in World War II
  Magyar Autonomous Region in 1952
  Magyar and Mureş-Magyar Autonomous Regions (1952-1968)
  Ethnic Hungarians in Romania
  Szekely Land


Dobruja (Dobrogea)

  Scythia Minor
  Principality of Dobrotici cca 1370-1385
  Map of Romania and Bulgaria with Dobruja highlighted
  Historical borders in Dobruja
  The fronteer between Northern and Southern Dobruja
  Counties of Dobruja (1878-1879)
  The fronteer between Romania and Bulgaria (1913-1940)
  The counties of Northern Dobruja


Banat

  detailed map of the south-eastern part of Pannonian Sea (including area of modern Banat) during the Miocene Epoch
  Indo-European peoples in Banat in ancient times
  Roman province of Dacia and Roman cities in Banat (2nd century)
  Lands ruled by Buta-ul, 8th century
  Voivodship of Glad, 9th century
  Voivodship of Ahtum, 11th century
  Eyalet of Temeşvar, and Banate of Lugos and Karansebes in 1568
  Eyalet of Temeşvar in 1572
  Elayet of Temeşvar in the middle of the 17th century
  Eyalet of Temeşvar in 1699
  Banat of Temeswar in 1718
  Banat of Temeswar in 1739
  Banat of Temeswar in 1745
  Banat of Temeswar in 1751-1778
  Vlach (Romanian) Banatian regiment in the end of the 18th century
  Counties in Bačka, Banat and Srem in 1881
  Division of Banat between Vojvodina and Transylvania (proposed by Aurel Popovici in 1906)
  Banat Republic in 1918
  Banat Republic in 1918
  Republic of Banatia (proposed by Banatian Germans at a Paris Peace Conference in 1920)
  The dividing of Banat (1919-1923)


Moldavia

  The principality of Moldavia in 1483, during the reign of Stephen the Great (1457-1504)
  The regions of the historical principality of Moldavia, with the distribution of these regions to modern states
  Ethnic map of Hotin County (northern Bessarabia) in 1844
  Ethnic map of Hotin County (northern Bessarabia) in 1930


Bukovina

  Ethnic map of Bukovina in 1930
  The division of Bukovina after the Soviet occupation of the northern half of the province in 1940
  Administrative map of the Governorate of Bukovina in May 1942.
  Southern Bukovina within the modern Suceava County


Old Maps

  Transylvania in 1532, by Johannes Honter
  Romania in 1543, by Johannes Honter
  Johann Sambucus, Map of Transsylvania
  Map of Moldova, 16th century
  Moldova by Dimitrie Cantemir, 1716
  Walachia and Romania
  Balkans, by T. Jefferys, 1785
  The oldest known hypotetical map of Rumania (1816)
  A hypotetical map of Rumania from 1855


Ethno-linguistic maps

  The spread of ethnic Romanians
  The 3 main subdivisions of the Daco-Romanians
  Romanian varieties
  Some representative isoglosses of three main varieties (dialects) of Daco-Romanian
  Vlachs in the Balkans
  Romanians in Romania (2002)
  Romanians in Romania (2011) by counties
  Romanians in Transylvania (1850)
  Hungarians in Romania, by communes and cities (2002)
  Hungarians in Transylvania (1850)
  Declared Hungarians in Transylvania (1850)
  Declared Szekelys in Transylvania (1850)
  Hungarians in Romania, by counties (2002)
  Hungarians in Romania, by counties (2011)
  Hungarians in Transylvania, Banat, Crişana, Maramureş (2002)
  Roma (Gypsies) in Romania (2002)
  Roma (Gypsies) in Romania (2002)
  Roma (Gypsies) in Romania (2002)
  Roma (Gypsies) in Romania (2002)
  Roma (Gypsies) in Romania (2011) by counties
  Gypsies in Transylvania (1850)
  Germans in Romania (2002)
  Germans in Transylvania (1850)
  Declared Germans in Transylvania (1850)
  Declared Saxons in Transylvania (1850)
  Ukrainians in Romania (2002)
  Russians and Lipovans in Romania (2002)
  Turks in Romania (census 2002)
  Tatars in Romania (census 2002)
  Serbs in Romania (census 2002)
  Slovaks in Romania (census 2002)
  Bulgarians in Romania (census 2002)
  Croats in Romania (census 2002)
  Greeks in Romania (census 2002)
  Jews in Romania (census 2002)
  Jews in Transylvania (1850)
  Czechs in Romania (census 2002)
  Poles in Romania (census 2002)
  Italians in Romania (census 2002)
  Armenians in Romania (census 2002)
  Armenians in Transylvania (1850)
  Eastern Orthodoxy in Romania (census 2002)
  Eastern Orthodoxy in Romania (census 1930)
  Eastern Orthodoxy in Transylvania (1850)
  Roman Catholicism in Romania (census 2002)
  Roman Catholicism in Romania (census 1930)
  Roman Catholicism in Transylvania (1850)
  Protestantism in Romania (census 2002)
  Protestantism in Romania (census 1930)
  Protestantism in Transylvania (1850)
  Reformed (Calvins) in Romania (census 2002)
  Reformed (Calvins) in Romania (census 1930)
  Reformed (Calvins) in Transylvania (1850)
  Pentecostals in Romania (census 2002)
  Greek Catholics in Romania (census 2002)
  Greek Catholics in Romania (census 1930)
  Greek Catholics in Transylvania (1850)
  Baptists in Romania (census 2002)
  Baptists in Romania (census 1930)
  Adventists in Romania (census 2002)
  Adventists in Romania (census 1930)
  Muslims in Romania (census 2002)
  Unitarians in Romania (census 2002)
  Unitarians in Romania (census 1930)
  Unitarians in Transylvania (1850)
  The United Brethrens in Romania (census 2002)
  The Old believers in Romania (census 2002)
  The distribution of the Lutherans (on the north of the Carpathians) and other Evangelical churches (on the south of the Carpathians) in Romania (census 2002)
  Lutherans in Romania (census 1930)
  Lutherans in Transylvania (1850)
  Ethnic groups in Transylvania (1850)
  Ethnic groups in Transylvania (1850) with Saxons and Szeklers
  Ethnic map of the European Turkey and its vassal states (1861)
  Ethnic map of the Balkan Peninsula (1898)
  Vlachs (Romanians) in Hungary, census 1890
  Ethnic map of Austria-Hungary, census 1880. German version
  Ethnic map of Austria-Hungary, census 1890. English version
  Territories inhabited by Romanians in 1908
  Territories inhabited by Romanians before the First World War
  Religions of Austria-Hungary, including Transsylvania
  Linguistic map of Transylvania, Banat, Crisana, Satmar and Maramures in 1910
  Historical ethnic map of Transylvania
  Transylvanian Saxon settlements (1890)
  The Lutheran church in Transylvania (1904)
  German-inhabited settlements in Southern Transylvania and the Romanian Banat in 1940
  South Slavs in Romania
  Ethnic map (1861). See also the legend
  Ethnic map (1903)
  Ethnic map (1918)
  Dobruja Germans
  Ethnic map of Romania according to the 1930 census
  Ethnic map of Bessarabia according to the 1930 census
  Ethnic map of Romania (including Transnistria) in 1941
  Ethnic composition of the (Romanian) Governorate of Bessarabia in 1941
  Ethnic map of Romania (census 1977)
  Ethnic map of Romania (census 1992)
  Ethnic map of Romania (census 2002)
  Ethnic map of Romania (census 2011) by communes and cities
  Ethnic map of Romania (census 2011) by counties
  Religious map of Romania (census 2002)
  Religious map of Romania (census 1930)
  Religions in Transylvania (1850)
  Foreign residents in Romania (census 2002) by country of citizenship
  Visa requirements for Romanian citizens

Satellite maps

  Satellite image of Romania in December 2001


Regional topographic maps


Economy maps


Election maps


Notes and references

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Afghanistan • Albania • Algeria • Andorra • Angola • Antigua and Barbuda • Argentina • Armenia • Australia • Austria • Azerbaijan • Bahamas • Bahrain • Bangladesh • Barbados • Belarus • Belgium • Belize • Benin • Bhutan • Bolivia • Bosnia and Herzegovina • Botswana • Brazil • Brunei • Bulgaria • Burkina Faso • Burundi • Cambodia • Cameroon • Canada • Cape Verde • Central African Republic • Chad • Chile • China • Colombia • Comoros • Congo (Democratic Republic) • Congo (Republic) • Costa Rica • Côte d’Ivoire • Croatia • Cuba • Cyprus • Czech Republic • Denmark • Djibouti • Dominica • Dominican Republic • East Timor • Ecuador • Egypt • El Salvador • Equatorial Guinea • Eritrea • Estonia • Ethiopia • Fiji • Finland • France • Gabon • Gambia • Georgia • Germany • Ghana • Greece • Grenada • Guatemala • Guinea • Guinea-Bissau • Guyana • Haiti • Honduras • Hungary • Iceland • India • Indonesia • Iran • Iraq • Ireland • Israel • Italy • Jamaica • Japan • Jordan • Kazakhstan • Kenya • Kiribati • Korea (Democratic People’s Republic) • Korea (Republic) • Kuwait • Kyrgyzstan • Laos • Latvia • Lebanon • Lesotho • Liberia • Libya • Liechtenstein • Lithuania • Luxembourg • Macedonia (Republic) • Madagascar • Malawi • Malaysia • Maldives • Mali • Malta • Marshall Islands • Mauritania • Mauritius • Mexico • Micronesia (Federated States) • Moldova • Monaco • Mongolia • Montenegro • Morocco • Mozambique • Myanmar • Namibia • Nauru • Nepal • The Netherlands • New Zealand • Nicaragua • Niger • Nigeria • Norway • Oman • Pakistan • Palau • Panama • Papua New Guinea • Paraguay • Peru • Philippines • Poland • Portugal • Qatar • Romania • Russia • Rwanda • Saint Kitts and Nevis • Saint Lucia • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines • Samoa • San Marino • São Tomé and Príncipe • Saudi Arabia • Senegal • Serbia • Seychelles • Sierra Leone • Singapore • Slovakia • Slovenia • Solomon Islands • Somalia • South Africa • South Sudan • Sovereign Military Order of Malta • Spain • Sri Lanka • Sudan • Suriname • Swaziland • Sweden • Switzerland • Syria • Tajikistan • Tanzania • Thailand • Togo • Tonga • Trinidad and Tobago • Tunisia • Turkey • Turkmenistan • Tuvalu • Uganda • Ukraine • United Arab Emirates • United Kingdom • United States • Uruguay • Uzbekistan • Vanuatu • Vatican City • Venezuela • Vietnam • Yemen • Zambia • Zimbabwe

Entities with disputed sovereign status
Abkhazia • Azawad • China (Republic)/Taiwan • Islamic State • Kosovo • Nagorno-Karabakh Republic • New Russia • Northern Cyprus • Palestine • Somaliland • South Ossetia • Tamil Eelam • Transnistria • Western Sahara

Dependencies and other overseas territories
Akrotiri and Dhekelia • Åland • American Samoa • Anguilla • Aruba • Ascension Island • Ashmore and Cartier Islands • Baker Island • Bermuda • Bouvet Island • British Indian Ocean Territory • British Virgin Islands • Cayman Islands • Christmas Island • Clipperton Island • Cocos (Keeling) Islands • Cook Islands • Coral Sea Islands • Curaçao • Faroe Islands • French Guiana • French Polynesia • French Southern and Antarctic Lands • Gibraltar • Greenland • Guadeloupe • Guam • Guantanamo Bay • Guernsey • Heard Island and McDonald Islands • Hong Kong • Howland Island • Isle of Man • Jan Mayen • Jarvis Island • Jersey • Johnston Atoll • Kingman Reef • Macau • Martinique • Mayotte • Midway Atoll • Montserrat • Navassa Island • New Caledonia • Niue • Norfolk Island • Northern Mariana Islands • Palmyra Atoll • Pitcairn Islands • Puerto Rico • Réunion • Saint Helena • Saint-Barthélemy • Saint Martin (France) • Sint Maarten (Netherlands) • Saint-Pierre and Miquelon • Svalbard • Tokelau • Tristan da Cunha • Turks and Caicos Islands • United States Virgin Islands • Wake Island • Wallis and Futuna

Disputed subnational entities and territories
Crimea • Cyrenaica • Galmudug • Himan and Heeb • Jubaland • Kashmir • Khatumo • Kurdistan (Syrian) • Paracel Islands • Puntland • Spratly Islands • Falkland Islands • South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands • Bajo Nuevo Bank • Serranilla Bank • Southwestern Somalia

Subnational autonomous entities
Aceh • Adjara • Adygea • Altai • Andalusia • Aosta Valley • Aragon • Asturias • Athos • Azores • Balearic Islands • Bashkortostan • Basque Autonomous Community • Bonaire • Bosnia and Herzegovina (Federation of) • Bougainville • Brussels • Buryatia • Canary Islands • Catalonia • Chechnya • Chuvashia • Corsica • Dagestan • Easter Island • England • Extremadura • Flanders • Friuli-Venezia Giulia • Gagauzia • Galicia • Galápagos Islands • Gorno-Badakhshan • Guangxi • Ingushetia • Inner Mongolia • Kabardino-Balkaria • Kalmykia • Karachay-Cherkessia • Karakalpakstan • Karelia • Khakassia • Komi • Kurdistan (Iraqi) • Madeira • Mari El • Muslim Mindanao • Mordovia • Nakhichevan • Navarre • Nevis • Ningxia • North Ossetia-Alania • Northern Ireland • Nunatsiavut • Quebec • Saba • Sakha • Sardinia • Scotland • Sicily • Sint Eustatius • Srpska • Tatarstan • Tibet • Tłı̨chǫ • Trentino-Alto Adige • Tuva • Udmurtia • Vojvodina • Wales • Wallonia • Xinjiang • Zanzibar

Other regions
Basque Country • Burzenland • Catalan Countries • Frisia • Kurdistan • Sandžak • Sápmi • Svenskfinland • Székely Land • Transylvania

Former sovereign nations
Austria-Hungary • Byzantine Empire • Caliphate • Czechoslovakia • Republic of West Florida • Frankish Empire • Kingdom of Hawaiʻi • Inca Empire • Iroquois Confederacy • Macedonian Empire • Ottoman Empire • Prussia • Roman Empire • Soviet Union • Republic of Texas • Vermont Republic • Yugoslavia

Former dependencies and overseas territories
Netherlands Antilles