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Србија - Srbija

Српски Србија - Република Србија

Република Србија; на латиници: Republika Srbija) је континентална држава која се налази у југоисточној Европи (на Балканском полуострву) и у средњој Европи (Панонској низији). У саставу Републике Србије су и две аутономне покрајине Војводина и Косово и Метохија. Република Србија је демократска држава свих грађана који живе на њеној територији, заснована на владавини права. Србија се на северу граничи са Мађарском, на истоку са Румунијом и Бугарском, на југу са Републиком Македонијом и Албанијом, а на западу са Црном Гором, Хрватском и Босном и Херцеговином (Републиком Српском).

Srpski Srbija - Republika Srbija

Republika Srbija je država locirana u jugoistočnoj Europi (na Balkanskom poluostrvu/poluotoku) i u srednjoj Europi (Panonskoj niziji). U sastavu Republike Srbije se nalaze i dve autonomne pokrajine Vojvodina i Kosovo i Metohija. Srbija se na severu graniči s Mađarskom, na istoku s Rumunijom i Bugarskom, na jugu s Makedonijom i Albanijom, a na zapadu s Crnom Gorom, Bosnom i Hercegovinom i Hrvatskom.

English Serbia - Republic of Serbia

The Republic of Serbia is a landlocked country in Central and Southeastern Europe, covering the central part of the Balkan Peninsula and the southern part of the Pannonian Plain. It is bordered by ► Hungary to the north; ► Romania and ► Bulgaria to the east; ► Albania and the ► Republic of Macedonia to the south; and ► Montenegro, ► Croatia and ► Bosnia and Herzegovina with the ► Republika Srpska to the west. According to Serbian constitution, Serbia has two autonomous provinces: ► Vojvodina, in the north (which has 7 districts, 46 municipalities), and ► Kosovo (in the south), which declared independence from Serbia in 2008.


Short name  Serbia
Official name Republic of Serbia
Status Independent country since 2006
Location South Europe
Capital Београд - Beograd (Belgrade))
Population 6,963,764 (Excluding Kosovo) inhabitants
Area 88,361 km²
Major languages Serbian (official), Albanian, Hungarian, Slovak, Romanian, Croatian, Rusyn
Major religions Eastern Orthodoxy, Roman Catholicism, Islam, and Protestantism
More information Serbia, Geography of Serbia, History of Serbia and Politics of Serbia
More images Serbia - Serbia (Category).

General maps

Serbia-CIA WFB Map 2006.png Map of Serbia with Kosovo (as it is recognized by UN)
Serbia Map.png Map of Serbia
Serbia relief map.png Map of Serbia
Serbian Provinces.jpg Administrative divisions of the Republic of Serbia
Serbia Provinces.png Administrative divisions of the Republic of Serbia
Statistickiregioni.png Statistical regions of Serbia
Statistički regioni Republike Srbije.svg Statistical regions of Serbia
SerbiaPoliticalDivision.png Districts of Serbia and Municipalities of Serbia
Districts of Serbia.gif Districts of Serbia (in Serbian)
Map of Serbia.svg Districts of Serbia
Map of Serbia municipalities (with Kosovo).png Municipalities of Serbia
Gradovi Srbije.png Official cities of Serbia
Serbia cities01.png Main cities of Serbia
Kaart Stied a Serbien.png Main cities of Serbia
Flag map of Serbia (with Kosovo).svg Flag map
000 Serbia harta.png Blank map
Emptz Map of Serbia.PNG Blank map
Serbia location map (with Kosovo).svg Blank map
Serbia 2006 map modern.png Blank map
Serbia022.png Geographical regions in Serbia
Map of Serbia (Vojvodina).PNG Vojvodina within Serbia
Serbia-Vojvodina2.png Vojvodina within Serbia
Map of Serbia (Kosovo and Metohija).PNG Kosovo within Serbia
Kosovo position within Serbia.PNG Kosovo within Serbia

History maps

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

General history

  approximate extent of Pannonian Sea during the Miocene Epoch
  approximate extent of Pannonian Sea during the Miocene Epoch
  approximate extent of Pannonian Sea during the Miocene Epoch
  detailed map of the south-eastern part of Pannonian Sea during the Miocene Epoch
  detailed map of the south-eastern part of Pannonian Sea during the Miocene Epoch
  Lepenski Vir culture (6700-5500 BC)
  Starčevo culture (7th-5th milennium BC)
  Neolithic Starčevo culture (5300-4400 BC)
  Vinča culture (6th-5th milennium BC)
  Copper Age Kostolac culture
  Vučedol culture (3000-2400 BC)
  Vatin culture (16th-13th century BC)
  Bronze Age Dubovac-Žuto Brdo culture
  Bronze Age Belegiš culture
  Iron Age Bosut culture
  Ethnic territory of the Illyrians and Illyrian tribes (8th-3rd century BC)
  Iron Age Glasinac culture (around 300 BC)
  Tribal State of the Scordisci (3rd century BC - 1st century BC) with capital in Singidunum (present-day Belgrade)
  Territorial development of the Roman Empire 264 BC-192, including the conquest of present-day territory of Serbia
  Roman Republic 100 BCE
  Map of the Roman Empire in 50
  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)
  Camps of the Roman Legions in 80
  Map of the Roman Empire in 116
  Dalmatia in the Roman Empire (116)
  Moesia Superior in the Roman Empire (116)
  Pannonia in the Roman Empire (116)
  Dacia in the Roman Empire (116)
  Roman Empire in 117
  Roman Empire in 117
  Roman provinces in the territory of present-day Serbia until 273
  Territory of emperor Galerius (whose capital was Sirmium) during the Tetrarchy, 3rd-4th century
  Prefecture of Illyricum with capital in Sirmium, 318-379 AD
  Prefecture of Illyricum in the 4th century
  Prefecture of Illyricum in the 4th century
  Roman provinces, 4th century
  Roman Empire divided 395, showing the dioceses and praetorian prefectures of Gaul, Italy, Illyricum and Oriens (east), roughly analogous to the four Tetrarch zones of influence after Diocletian's reforms.
  The division of the Empire after the death of Theodosius I, ca.395 AD superimposed on modern borders.
  Invasions of the Roman Empire 100-500
  Invasions of the Roman Empire 100-500
  Division of the Roman Empire in 406
  Eastern Roman Empire and Western Roman Empire, c.476
  Kingdom of the Gepids in the 6th century (539-551)
  Eastern Roman Empire
  Eastern Roman Empire under emperor Justinianus
  Eastern Roman Empire under emperor Justinianus
  Byzantine Empire in 550
  Migration of the Slavs (5th-10th century)
  People named Serbi in northern Caucasus (ancient Sarmatia)
  People named Serbi in northern Caucasus (ancient Sarmatia)
  People named Serbi in northern Caucasus (ancient Sarmatia)
  People named Sirbi in northern Caucasus (ancient Sarmatia)
  People named Sirbi in northern Caucasus (ancient Sarmatia)
  White Serbia in the 6th century (around 560), according to the book of Francis Dvornik
  Dervan's Serbia in present-day eastern Germany, 7th century
  White Serbia located in Pannonia (according to one of the theories)
  White Serbia located in Pannonia (according to one of the theories)
  Hypothetical migrations of the Serbs from India (according to one of the theories about origin of the Serbs)
  Migration of Serbs from Caucasus (according to Niko Županić)
  Migration of Serbs from Caucasus
  Hypothetical migration of the Serbs
  Migration of Serbs to the Balkans from White Serbia (7th century)
  Migration of Serbs to the Balkans from White Serbia (7th century)
  Hypothetical migration of the Serbs
  Migration of Serbs
  Migration of Serbs
  Areas where place names with word "Srb" appear
  Slavic peoples (7th-8th century)
[[|border|251x400px]] The "Sklavinias" in the Balkans, 7th - 8th century
  Presence of South Slavic tribes c. 700
  Location of Great Moravia (9th century) in the territory of present-day Serbia according to the Peter Nagy Puspoki's theory
  Serbia under Vlastimir
  Serb lands in the 9th-10th century
  Serb lands in the 9th-10th century
  Serb lands in the 10th century
  Serb lands in the 10th century
  Serbian state in the 10th century
  The Byzantine Empire under Basil II, c. 1025
  Byzantine Empire 1025
  South Slavic uprising of Peter Delyan (1040)
  South Slavic uprising of Peter Delyan (1040-1041)
  The Byzantine Empire at the accession of Alexios I Komnenos, c. 1081
  Serbian state in the 11th century
  Serbian state in the 11th century
[[|border|251x400px]] Serbian state in the 11th century
  Serbia in the 12th century
[[|border|251x400px]] Serbia in the 12th century
  Serbian states in the middle 12th century
  Serbia in the 12th century
  Serbia in the 12th century
  Serbian state, 1150-1220
[[|border|251x400px]] Serbian state, 1168-1196
  Map of the Byzantine Empire under Manuel Komnenos, c.1170.
  Byzantine Empire 1180
  Serbia in 1184
  Serbia in 1189
  Serbia in 1265
  Serbia in 1265
  Possession of Darman and Kudelin in the 13th century
  Serbian states, 13th-14th century
  Serbian states, 13th-14th century
  Kingdom of Syrmia of Stefan Dragutin in 1282-1316
  Kingdom of Syrmia of Stefan Dragutin in 1282-1316 (according to the book of historian Stanoje Stanojević)
  Medieval Serbian states
  The despotate of Epirus and Serbian Empire of Stefan Dušan with capital in Skopje from 1315 to 1358
  Serbian Empire of Stefan Dušan with capital in Skopje in 1350
  Serbian Empire of Stefan Dušan with capital in Skopje in 1350
  Serbian Empire of Stefan Dušan with capital in Skopje in 1350
  Serbian Empire of Stefan Dušan with capital in Skopje
[[|border|251x400px]] Serbian Empire of Stefan Dušan with capital in Skopje
  Serbian Empire of Stefan Dušan with capital in Skopje in 1355
  Serbian Empire of Stefan Dušan with capital in Skopje in 1355
  Serbian Empire of Stefan Dušan with capital in Skopje in 1355
  Map of the Serbian Empire in 1360 with territories of local rulers
  Empire of the Romans (Greeks) and Serbs and whole Albania (Empire of Simeon Uroš - Siniša), 14th century.
  State of župan Nikola Altomanović (1367-1373)
  Serbian states in 1373-1395
  Realm of Prince Lazar in the 14th century
  Realm of Prince Lazar in the 14th century
  Realm of Prince Lazar in the 14th century
  Serbia in 1400
  Serbia in the 15th century
  Serbian despotate in 1422
  Serbian despotate in 1422
  Serbian despotate in the 15th century
  Serbian despotate, 1455-1459
  Possessions of the Serbian despots in Syrmia, Bačka and Banat, 15th-16th century
  Banate of Mačva and Banate of Belgrade in 1490
  Empire of Jovan Nenad, 1526-1527
[[|border|251x400px]] Empire of Jovan Nenad (1526-1527) and Duchy of Radoslav Čelnik (1527-1530)
  Duchy of Radoslav Čelnik, 1527-1530
  Growth of the Ottoman Empire
  Development of the European part of the Ottoman Empire
  Growth of the Ottoman Empire
[[|border|251x400px]] Map of the Ottoman Empire 1566
  Banat uprising in 1594
  Ottoman provinces in the 16th century
  Serbian Patriarchate of Peć (16th-17th century)
  Approximate territory that, according to various sources, was ethnographically named Rascia (Serbia) between 16th and 18th century
  Location of the Ottoman Empire in 1683
  Great Serb migration in 1690
  Habsburg Kingdom of Serbia, 1718-1739
  Habsburg Kingdom of Serbia, 1718-1739
  Habsburg Kingdom of Serbia, 1718-1739
  The southern districts of the Banat of Temeswar in 1740
  Location map of New Serbia (1752-1764) and Slavo-Serbia (1753-1764) in modern-day Ukraine, where Serbs from modern-day north Serbia (Vojvodina) migrated in the middle of the 18th century
  Location map of New Serbia (1752-1764)
  Detailed map of New Serbia (1752-1764) with names of the settlements. Many of the settlement names are same as settlement names in north Serbia (Vojvodina)
  Location map of Slavo-Serbia (1753-1764)
  Detailed map of Slavo-Serbia (1753-1764)
  Koča's frontier (area of anti-Ottoman rebellion) in 1788
  Pashaluk of Belgrade in 1791
  Pashaluk of Belgrade in the 18th century
  Map of the Ottoman Empire 1801
  Karađorđe's Serbia in 1809
  Karađorđe's Serbia in 1813
  Principality of Serbia in 1817
  Principality of Serbia - territorial annexions in 1833
  Principality of Serbia - territorial annexions in 1833
  Principality of Serbia in 1833
  Serbian Vojvodina in 1848
  Principality of Serbia and Serbian Vojvodina in 1848
  Principality of Serbia and Voivodeship of Serbia and Banat of Temeschwar in 1849
  Voivodeship of Serbia and Banat of Temeschwar in 1849-1860
  Disctricts of the Voivodeship of Serbia and Banat of Temeschwar (1849-1850)
  Disctricts of the Voivodeship of Serbia and Banat of Temeschwar (1850-1860)
  Voivodeship of Serbia and Banat of Temeschwar in 1849-1860
  Voivodeship of Serbia and Banat of Temeschwar in 1849-1860
  Principality of Serbia according to the Treaty of San Stefano in 1878
  Principality of Serbia according to the Treaty of San Stefano in 1878
  The territory received by Serbia after the Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878)
  Principality of Serbia after Berlin Congres in 1878-1882 and Kingdom of Serbia in 1882-1912
  Principality of Serbia after Berlin Congres in 1878
  Principality of Serbia after Berlin Congres in 1878
  Serbia between 1878 and 1912
  Balkans from 1856 to 1878
  Principality of Serbia in 1876-1878
  Principality of Serbia in 1879
  Sanjak of Novibazar in 1878
  Kingdom of Serbia in 1888
  Kingdom of Serbia in 1897
  Kingdom of Serbia in 1898
  Balkan states in 1899
  Map showing the territorial claims over the Ottoman Empire in 1912
  Serbian territorial aspirations in 1912-1914
  First Balkan War in 1912
  First Balkan War in 1913
  First Balkan War in 1913
  First Balkan War in 1913
  Kingdom of Serbia after First Balkan War in 1912-1913
  Kingdom of Serbia after Second Balkan War in 1913
  Kingdom of Serbia after Second Balkan War in 1913
  Kingdom of Serbia after Second Balkan War in 1913
  Kingdom of Serbia after Second Balkan War in 1913
  Division of Macedonia in 1913
  Territorial development of Serbia (1817-1913)
  Kingdom of Serbia in 1913
  Kingdom of Serbia in 1913
  Kingdom of Serbia in 1913
  Serbia in World War I
  Serbia in World War I
  Serbia in World War I
  Serbia in World War I
  Serbia in World War I
[[|border|251x400px]] Lands offered to Serbia by the London agreement in 1915
  Kingdom of Serbia in 1918
  Kingdom of Serbia in 1918
  Yugoslavia in 1919
  Lands gained from Bulgaria after 1919
[[|border|251x400px]] After World War I, Serbia became in 1918 part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, renamed into Yugoslavia in 1929. This is a map of Yugoslavia in 1930
  Banovinas in Yugoslavia
  Banovinas in Yugoslavia
  Banovinas in Yugoslavia
  Banovinas in Yugoslavia
  Danube banovina
  Morava banovina
  Drina banovina
  Zeta banovina
  Vardar banovina
  Proposal for creation of Banovina of Serbia, 1939-1941
  German invasion of Yugoslavia in 1941
  Nedić's Serbia in 1941
  Nedić's Serbia in 1941-1944
  Banovinas of Nedić's Serbia in 1941
  Danube Banovina in 1941
  Nedić's Serbia in 1941-1944
  Nedić's Serbia in 1941-1944
  Nedić's Serbia in 1941-1944
  Nedić's Serbia in 1941-1943
  Nedić's Serbia in 1941-1943
  Nedić's Serbia in 1943-1944
  Nedić's Serbia in 1941-1944
  Nedić's Serbia in 1941-1944
  Nedić's Serbia in 1941-1944
  Republic of Užice in 1941
  Republic of Užice in 1941
  Republic of Užice in 1941
  Republic of Užice in 1941
  Future Serbia in Greater Yugoslavia according to project of Stevan Moljević (1941)
  Future Serbia according to project of Stevan Moljević (1941)
  Territory controlled by the Yugoslav Army in the Fatherland (JVuO) in 1942
  "All Serbia", an enlarged Serbia proposed by Milan Nedić in 1943
  Areas of the Yugoslav Army in the Fatherland (JVuO) commanders, according to the truce treaties with the Germans (as of 1943)
  Fascist genocide in Serbia in WW2
  Fascist concentration camps in Serbia in WW2
  Movement of JVuO troops in 1945
  Area under jurisdiction of the National Anti-Fascist Council of the People's Liberation of Sandžak (ZAVNOS), 1943-1945
  Serbia in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, 1945-1992
  Serbia in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, 1945-1992
  Serbia in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, 1945-1992
  Serbia in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, 1945-1992
  Serbia in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, 1945-1992
  Serbia in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, 1945-1992
  Serbia in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, 1945-1992
  Serbia in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, 1945-1992
  Serbia inside Yugoslavia
  Proposed division of Yugoslavia by the Pavelić-Stojadinović Agreement from 1954
  Greater Serbia, proposed by Vojislav Šešelj
  Greater Serbia, proposed by Vojislav Šešelj
  Greater Serbia, proposed by Vuk Drašković
  An animated series of maps showing the breakup of the second Yugoslavia
  Wartime 1992
  Wartime 1992
  Wartime Serbia, 1991-1995
  After the secession of Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia, Serbia and Montenegro continued as the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, renamed in 2003 into Serbia and Montenegro
  Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1992-2003) and Serbia and Montenegro (2003-2006)
  Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1992-2003) and Serbia and Montenegro (2003-2006)
  Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1992-2003) and Serbia and Montenegro (2003-2006)
  State of Balkania (proposed by Adem Demaçi in 1993)
  Sites in southern Central Serbia where NATO aviation used forbidden munition with depleted uranium during 1999 bombing
  Conflict in southern Serbia in 1999–2001
  Map of Serbia and Montenegro
  Location of the FR of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) before dissolution
  Map of Serbia in 2006
  Former Yugoslavia compared with the present borders (2006)
  Former Yugoslavia compared with the present borders (2007)
  Former Yugoslavia compared with the present borders (2009)
  Central Balkans in 2010 (de facto situation). Note: Serbia does not recognizing Independence of Kosovo.

Maps of the Kosovo conflict

  Kosovo within Serbia, see also Atlas of Kosovo
  Kosovo within Serbia
  Kosovo within Serbia

Ethnic, linguistic and religion maps

Ethnic maps

  Ethnic map of the territory of present-day Serbia and neighbouring areas 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)
  Map of South Slavs in northern Serbia (Vojvodina) and neighbouring areas, 16th-18th century
  Ethnic map of the Balkan Peninsula (1861), including Central Serbia and Kosovo
  Ethnic map of Eastern Serbia based on the 1866 census
  Ethnographic map of the Balkans (1876)
  Ethnic map of the Balkans (1880)
  Ethnic map of Austria-Hungary (including Serbia), census 1880. German version
  Ethnic map of the Balkan Peninsula (1881), including Serbia
  Ethnic map of Austria-Hungary (including Serbia), census 1890. English version
  Ethnographic map of the Balkans (1897)
  Ethnic map of the Balkan Peninsula (1898), including Central Serbia and Kosovo
  Ethnographic map of the Balkans (1918)
  Serbs in Yugoslavia
  Ethnic map, 1991
  Ethnic map, 1991
  Ethnic map of Serbia (by municipalities) - census 2002
  Ethnic map of Serbia (by municipalities) - census 2002
  Ethnic map of Serbia (by settlements) - census 2002
  Ethnic map of Serbia (by settlements) - census 2002
  Serbian population in Serbia (census 2002)
  Bosniak population in Serbia (census 2002)
  Hungarian population in Serbia (census 2002)
  Roma (Gipsy) population in Serbia (census 2002)
  Roma (Gipsy) population in Serbia (census 2002)
  Macedonian population in Serbia (census 2002)
  Ethnic map of Serbia (by municipalities) - census 2011
  Ethnic map of Serbia (by municipalities) - census 2011
[[|border|251x400px]] Ethnic map of Sandžak (1981)
  Ethnic map of Sandžak (2002)
  Ethnic map of Sandžak (2011)
  Vlachs in Central Serbia (2002 census). Note: There are conflicting views about the issue whether Vlachs are separate ethnicity or part of Romanian ethnicity.
  Vlachs in Central Serbia (estimations by Viorel Dolha). Note 1: Data presented in this map does not correspond with official data from 2002 census in Serbia, which show Vlach majority in smaller number of settlements. Note 2: There are conflicting views about the issue whether Vlachs are separate ethnicity or part of Romanian ethnicity.

Linguistic maps

  Serbo-Croatian language in Serbia (as of 2005)
  Serbian language in the region (as of 2006)
  Serbian language in the region (as of 2006)
  Official recognition of the Serbian language in Serbia and neighbouring countries
  Official recognition of the Serbian language in Serbia and neighbouring countries
  Historical distribution of Serbo-Croatian dialects in Serbia (before 16th century migrations)
  Shtokavian Serbo-Croatian dialects in Serbia
  Shtokavian Serbo-Croatian dialects in Serbia
  Shtokavian Serbo-Croatian dialects in Serbia
  Torlakian dialect
  Torlakian dialect
  Romanian and Vlach language in Serbia (census 2002). Note: There are conflicting views about the issue whether Vlach is separate language or part of Romanian language.
  Municipalities with official usage of Romanian language in Vojvodina (together with Serbian and other languages)

Religion maps

  Religion map of the territory of present-day Serbia in 1054
  Organization of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Serbia
  Organization of the Serbian Orthodox Church in former Yugoslavia
  Organization of the Serbian Orthodox Church in former Yugoslavia
  Organization of the Serbian Orthodox Church in former Yugoslavia
  Orthodox Christians in Serbia
  Muslims in Serbia
  Organization of the Meshihat of the Islamic Community in Serbia, which is part of the Rijaset of the Islamic Community in Bosnia and Herzegovina (as of 2007)
  Organization of the Rijaset of the Islamic Community of Serbia (as of 2007)
  Organization of the Catholic Church in Serbia

Political proposals

  Federalized Serbia (proposed by the League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina in 1999)
  New regions in Serbia (proposed by the Democratic Party of Serbia in 2002)
  New administrative divisions (regions) of Serbia (proposed by the League For Šumadija in 2004)
  Proposed new ethnic autonomies in Serbia
  Irredentist territorial pretensions towards Serbia advocated by nationalists in neighbouring countries

Regional maps

  Map of Bačka region
  Map of Banat region
  Map of Syrmia region
  Map of Syrmia region
  Map of Mačva region
  Map of Mačva District in Central Serbia
  Map of Šumadija region
  Map of Sandžak region
  Map of Sandžak region
  Map of Timočka Krajina region in Central Serbia
  Map of Timočka Krajina region in Central Serbia
  Map of Šopluk region
  Map of Pančevački Rit
  Map of Šajkaška

Municipalities and cities

Other maps

  H1N1 presence in Serbia (25 June 2009)
  H1N1 presence in Serbia (6 November 2009)
  Map of Serbia with EU flag

Satellite maps

  Satellite map

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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 • Eswatini • 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 • Spain • Sri Lanka • Sudan • Suriname • 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 • Artsakh • China (Republic)/Taiwan • Kosovo • Northern Cyprus • Palestine • Pridnestrovie • Somaliland • South Ossetia • Tatarstan • 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 Martin (France) • Saint-Barthélemy • Saint-Pierre and Miquelon • Sint Maarten (Netherlands) • Svalbard • Tokelau • Tristan da Cunha • Turks and Caicos Islands • United States Virgin Islands • Wake Island • Wallis and Futuna

Disputed subnational entities and territories
Bajo Nuevo Bank • Crimea • Falkland Islands • Kurdistan (Syrian) • Kashmir • Ladakh wazarat • Paracel Islands • Serranilla Bank • South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands • Spratly Islands •

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 • Gilgit–Baltistan • Gorno-Badakhshan • Guangxi • Ingushetia • Islamabad Capital Territory • Inner Mongolia • Kabardino-Balkaria • Kalmykia • Karachay-Cherkessia • Karakalpakstan • Karelia • Khakassia • Komi • Kurdistan (Iraqi) • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa • Madeira • Mari El • Muslim Mindanao • Mordovia • Nakhichevan • Navarre • Nevis • Ningxia • North Ossetia – Alania • Northern Ireland • Nunatsiavut • Quebec • Saba • Sakha • Sardinia • Scotland • Sicily • Sindh • Sint Eustatius • Srpska • Tibet • Tłı̨chǫ • Trentino-Alto Adige • Tuva • Udmurtia • Vojvodina • Wales • Wallonia • Xinjiang • Zanzibar

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

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

Former dependencies and overseas territories
Netherlands Antilles

Former disputed territories
Tamil Eelam