“Denmark (May 12 – November 12 2020) Coronavirus COVID-19 (to the extent necessary), terrorist threats, organized criminality; all internal borders,” Denmark decided. 1978–1992: Democratic Republic of Afghanistan 608 BC-605 BC: Part of the New Babylonian Empire and New Kingdom of Egypt 1806–1867: Part of the Austrian Empire 350–655: Part of Kamarupa under the Varman dynasty These communities formed the earliest city states (like Mombasa and Malindi) in the region which were collectively known as Azania. 1919–1922: Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic 1971–1997: Republic of Zaire 450–560: Hephthalite Empire c.2000 BCE-1600 BCE: The territory that today is Turkey was inhabited by Hattian, Hittite, Hurrian, Luwian and Anatolian tribes. 1874–1970: Part of the British Empire Since about 7000 BC humans have been settled by Native Venezuelans with tribes, chiefdoms and confederations. You are not supposed to get points for taking a quiz untimed but I got 5 points and my stats say best score 157/157. 1896–1898: Federated state of the Greater Republic of Central America 1577–1862: Part of the Ottoman Empire 1337–1376: Sarbadars 9000 BC–1525 AD: Inhabited by Native Hondurans, including Mayans, and Toltecs. 1896–1958: Part of the French West Africa, federation of colonies of the French Empire Self-government granted by United Kingdom, Unification of what is now the islands of Tonga by, Treaty with United States recognizing Tuvaluan control over. 1885–1908: Part of the Belgian Empire as the Congo Free State (as sovereign entity, a private domain of King Leopold II of Belgium) 1878–1898: part of the German Empire Among some communities, such as the Sakalava, Merina and Betsimisaraka, leaders seized the opportunity to unite these disparate communities and establish true kingdoms under their rule. 1812–1813: Part of Spanish Empire as the Captaincy General of Venezuela 1659–1707: Kingdom of Ireland (in a personal union with England) 909–973: Part of the Fatimid Caliphate 1024–1082: Divided in many states, ruled by diferente dynasties like the Mirdasids, the Numayrids, the Marwanids, the Uqaylids 678–550 BC: Part of Median Empire 1129–1160: Crusader states (Antioch and, until 1144, Edessa) and the Zengid Emirate 1109–1289: County of Tripoli (Read 3556 times) Mine eyes have seen the glory of the crushing of the Trump BRTD Atlas Institution Posts: 90,924. 1803–1813: Kingdom of Napoleonic Spain, a French occupation. 738 BC-717 BC: Part of the New Assyrian Empire and Kingdom of Urartu November 1917 – April 1918: Part of the Transcaucasian Commissariat Since 3100 BC, humans have been settled starting with the indigenous peoples of the Americas. 524–632: Rai dynasty 619–629: Part of the Sasanian Empire as Province 1501–1736: Safavid Empire c.1274 BC-c.1200 BC: Part of the Hittite Empire and the Middle Assyrian Empire 1813–1870: Republic of Paraguay (Paraguay refused to join the United Provinces of the Río de la Plata and the Argentine Confederation [future Argentina], which considered Paraguay to be a break-away province. 312–63 BC: Part of Seleucid Empire 1183–1250: Principality of Antioch and the Ayyubid Sultanate 1970–1975: Khmer Republic Mariote Kingdom, part of the Neo-Sumerian Empire 1717–1723: Viceroyalty of New Granada, part of the Spanish Empire Most of the remainder of what became Saudi Arabia (except the Eastern coast) reverted to traditional tribal rule. 945–961: Divided between the Abbasid Caliphate (Cyrenaica) and the Fatimid Caliphate (Tripolitania) 661–750: Part of the Umayyad Caliphate 1520–1591: Divided between Arghun dynasty and Tarkhan dynasty 1796–1917: Part ot Russian Empire as Kiev Governorate 1997–present: Democratic Republic of the Congo 867–1002: Part of Saffarid Dynasty 707 BCE-609 BCE: Divided in many states, like Lydia, Lycia, Phrygia, Lycaonia, Mushki, etc. Since 38,000 BC humans have been settled since Neanderthals from the North Sea floor off the coast of Zeeland.. The world’s youngest border segment is between South Sudan and Sudan, which was only decided in 2009, although it remains disputed. 1925–1979: Pahlavi Dynasty (Anglo-Soviet occupation 1941–1946) 1392–1897: Kingdom of Great Joseon c. 100 AD – c. 940 AD: Part of the Kingdom of Aksum 1721: Denmark-Norway re-establish claim to Greenland 1528–1542: Part of the Spanish Empire as the Governorate of New Castile 1500–500 BC: Inhabited by Vedic c.2290 BC-c.2266 BC: Eblaite Kingdom and Mariote Kingdom, part of the Akkadian Empire 439–534: Part of the Vandal Kingdom 1740–1843: Kingdom of Sanwi 656–661: Center of the Rashidun Caliphate What is now Kenya has been inhabited by humans since the Paleolithic period. 1268–1340: Part of the Mamluk Sultanate of Egypt in the West and of the Ilkhanate in the East Since as earliest as 2 Million BC, humans have been settled starting with the Renzidong. 1405–1507: Part of Timurid Dynasty 1858–1863: Granadine Confederation (confederal state) 1370–1405: Part of Timurid Empire c.2212 BC-c.2100 BC: Eblaite Kingdom and Mariote Kingdom, independent states c.1450-c.730 BC: Divided between Babylonian Empire and Assyrian Empire c.721–750 AD: Umayyad Caliphate 626–637: Part of the Byzantine Empire (Eastern Roman Empire) The well-known kingdoms are Shunga Empire (187 to 78 BC), Gupta Empire (280–550 AD), Satavahana dynasty (1st century BC–2nd century AD), Pala Empire (8th century–12th century), Rashtrakuta Kingdom (753–982), Gurjara-Pratihara dynasty (mid-8th century AD–1036 AD) and the Chola Empire (300s BC–1279 AD). 1889–1919: Sheikhdom of Kuwait, part of the British Empire as a protectorate (not recognized by the Ottomans) 1918: Duchy of Courland and Semigallia, de jure independent state (was a client state of Germany) Japan closes the list with its establishment happening back in 400. 1226–1542: Principality of Wales, in personal union with the Kingdom of England From atleast 15,000 BC humans has been settled from Native Americans with tribes, chiefdoms and confederations. 1945–1991: Federated state of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia as SR Croatia 1917–1918: Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (a federal state) Press J to jump to the feed. Many countries have some remote (or fantastically remote) symbolic foundation date as part of their national mythology, sometimes artificially inflating a country's "age" for reasons of nationalism, sometimes merely gesturing at a long and gradual process of the formation of an ethnic identity. 600 AD: Bantu-speaking peoples first moved into the country from the north 1967–1974: : Greek Dictatorship 1649–1764: Cossack Hetmanate (the word hetman was the title of the general of the Zaporizhian Army. 1953–1963: Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, part of the British Empire c.early 1200s-early 1500s: Southern regions are part of the Mali Empire 1858–1947: Part of the British Empire as Bengal Presidency, part of British India 57 BC-935 AD: Kingdom of Silla 1918–1940: Republic of Latvia San Marino some claim its existence . 27 BC-395 AD: Center of the Roman Empire Stone tools from the Middle Paleolithic age along with fossils of other animals discovered at Ti's al Ghadah, in northwestern Saudi Arabia, might imply that hominids migrated through a "Green Arabia" between 300,000 and 500,000 years ago. 1720–1861: Kingdom of Sardinia 1528-c.1620: Divided between the Johor Sultanate and the Perak Sultanate 1839–1910: Part of the French Empire as a protectorate, 1965–1970: Gambia (monarchy) Wales: 1438–1542: Inca Empire 1940–1945: Occupied by Japan 1798–1801: Occupied by the First French Empire The world’s oldest border is Andorra’s 120km border with France and Spain which was fixed in a feudal charter signed on 8 September 1278. Cartography in the past was not as accurate as it is today, meaning older maps will not look the same as modern ones. 1975–1979: Democratic Kampuchea c.1365 BC-c.1300 BC: Part of the Hittite Empire and the New Kingdom of Egypt The BRO operates and maintains over 32,885 … First hominid settlement from the 1.5 million BC. After the fall of Assyria between 616 BC and 609 BC, a unified Median state was formed, which together with Babylonia, Lydia, and ancient Egypt became one of the four major powers of the ancient Near East. 410–927: Divided in severall small kingdoms. 581–618: Sui dynasty 756–10th century AD: Emirate of Córdoba In the Dominican Republic, every constitutional amendment is considered a new constitution. So that may be out; I'll see if I can find something older. 270–273: Palmyrene Empire Autonomous since at least the 10th century. 1335–1393: Muzaffarid Dynasty 1945–1992: Federated state of Yugoslavia 776–338 BC: Ancient Greece (Archaic and Classical Period): Greece was divided into many states, including Athens, Sparta, Thebes and Macedonia Some states, like the Kingdom of Dublin, was founded by Nordic invaders 1890–1919: Kingdom of Burundi, part of German East Africa (Part of the German Empire) The longest border of a European country is Russia-Kazakhstan (6846km; the second longest in the world). 1569–1795: Crown of the Kingdom of Poland, federated state of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (first republic) This is the cultural centre of the entire country. 1659–1660: Part of the Commonwealth of England 1644–1912: Qing dynasty 1814–1848: Swiss Confederation (in Restoration and Regeneration) with the Congress of Vienna of 1815. 1561–1721: Duchy of Estonia, dominion of the Swedish Empire The part of Africa now known as Malawi was settled by migrating Bantu groups around the 10th century. 385–481 AD: Part of the Western Roman Empire as Gallia Belgica and Germania Inferior 1822–1884: Kingdom of Lesotho, 1821–1847: Settled but not claimed by United States. 1725–1894: Imamate of Futa Jallon 1046 BC: Shang dynasty The border between Portugal and Spain — Portugal's only land border — was established in the Treaty of Alcanizes in 1297 AD. Less than 1% of the world’s current land borders were drawn up before the year 1500. 1599–1641: Sultanate of Sarawak 1707–1801: Kingdom of Ireland (in a personal union with Great Britain) 539–330 BC: Part of the Achaemenid Empire (1760–1794): Zand Dynasty 1920–1922: Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic 1941–1943: Occupation by Nazi Germany 332 BC-323 BC: Part of the Empire of Alexander the Great 323 BC-201 BC: Divided between the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt (Cyrenaica) and Carthage (Tripolitania) 1882–1918: Part of the Kingdom of Serbia 1893–1940: French Protectorate of Laos, a French protectorate within French Indochina — a collection of Southeast Asian protectorates within the French Empire. 395—480 AD: Gaul, part of the Western Roman Empire 717 BC-616 BC: Part of the New Assyrian Empire 1898–1914: part of the German New Guinea, part of the German Empire 481–843: Part of Francia 1973–1978: Republic of Afghanistan 1916–1923: Sheikdom of Upper Asir 324–1204: Part of the Byzantine Empire Fezzan was home to a Beber people known as Garamantes From this day, the British sovereignty was established as the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. 1806–1811: State of Haiti Since c.2000 BC humans have been settled by Native Nicaraguans, including Chibcha. 1776–1810: Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata (Part of the Spanish Empire) 899–976: Ruled by the Qarmatian Republic 1920–1923: Ottoman Empire, occupied by Greece, Italy, France, United Kingdom and Armenia (Treaty of Sèvres) (Republican Turks, led by General Mustafa Kemal Atatürk initiate the Turkish War of Independence to expel foreign occupation troops and at the same time wage a civil war against Turkish monarchists, seen as collaborationists by the republicans). 1184–1187: Divided between the Banu Sulaym tribe (Cyrenaica) and the Banu Ghanyia tribe (Tripolitania) 330 BC-107 AD: Nabatean Kingdom 1918–1929: Part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes as South Serbia later in 882 the capital city was moved to Kiev (in modern day Ukraine) Algeria gains sovereignty over the entire Algerian territory upon independence from France. 620–606 BC: Divided between Babylonian Empire and Assyrian Empire 1185–1396: Part of the Second Bulgarian Empire 1914–1943: part of the South Seas Mandate, part of the Japanese Empire The city is one of Sweden's main tourist attractions, renowned for its Gothic style Uppsala Cathedral, the 16th-century royal castle, the Archbishop's Palace, its central park, and several botanical gardens and botanical museums. 1014–1152: Hammadid Sultanate 778–909: Rustamid Imamate 1542–1776: Part of the Viceroyalty of Peru (part of the Spanish Empire) c.1070–1204: Sena Kingdom 1204–1261: Part of the Latin Empire , Since 2.2 million BC, India has been settled starting with Hominins who were from Africa by the expansion of civilization with the Madrasian and Soanian cultures. 1620–1636: Occupied by the Aceh Sultanate 1926–1933: Ditadura Nacional 1912–1914: Provisional Government of Albania 1870–1940: French Third Republic 600–734: Frisian Kingdom 1265–1335: Part of the Ilkhanate For most countries, the date they adopted their flags is obvious and can easily be traced. 1102–1526: Kingdom of Croatia (in the union with Kingdom of Hungary) 1205–1669: Crete, part of the Republic of Venice as part of its Stato da Màr. Below is a list of sovereign states with the dates of their formation (date of their independence or of their constitution), sorted by continent. A monastery at the top of Mount Titano, likely the center of the community, was constructed in sixth century BCE. 750–821: Part of Abbasid Caliphate Since 100,000 BC humans have been settled on Bangladesh, although the prehistoric evidences are weak.. However, this title was never recognized by Europeans.) 1763–1776: Thirteen British Colonies of America in the Atlantic coast, part of the British Empire; New Spain and Spanish Louisiana in the Southwestern United States, Florida and the Mississippi Basin (Louisiana returned to the French in 1801), part of the Spanish Empire; Russians established in future Alaska the colony of Russian America 678–549 BC: Part of Median Kingdom/Empire Iran is the oldest country in the world with its sovereignty coming back in 3200 BC. October–November 1852: Federated state of the Federation of Central America Emerged from United Nations trusteeship (administered by the United States). 1474–1778: Part of the Portuguese Empire, 1952–1993: Part of Ethiopia c. 980 BC–c. 1815–1866: Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, independent from France in 1815 and in union with other 37 states in the German Confederation, but also in personal union with Netherlands. 480 BC–46 AD: Odrysian kingdom 1918–1940: Republic of Estonia 1258–1265: Part of the Mongol Empire 1556–1714: Part of the Spanish Empire 1818–1823: Republic of Chile (Patria Nueva, New Fatherland) 1037–1194: Part of the Great Seljuq Empire 479–324 BC: Part of the Achaemenid Empire 1946–1992: Part of the Yugoslavia as Socialist Republic of Macedonia 1260–1517: Sharifate of Mecca, part of the Mamluk Sultanate of Egypt 850–616 BC: Inhabited by Mannaeans 544–602: The region gained a longer period of independence as Vạn Xuân under the Anterior Lý dynasty, 2879 BC: Văn Lang confederacy arose under Kinh Dương Vương, who was the founder of the Hồng Bàng Dynasty, The date of formation of the current Baltic states is subject to an international dispute. 301 BC-240 BC: Part of the Seleucid Empire 224–637: Part of the Sassanid Empire 1836–1921: Emirate of Jabal Shammar 1867–1918: Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, a dual monarchy with Austria (via Austro-Hungarian Compromise of 1867) 395–480 AD: Germania Superior and Germania Inferior, parts of the Western Roman Empire 539 BC-331 BC: Part of the Achaemenid Empire 1271–1368: Yuan dynasty 1920–1932: Kingdom of Iraq under British Administration 1804–1813: Revolutionary Serbia (as independent movement inside the Ottoman Empire) 1368–1644: Ming dynasty 550-c.706/717: Kingdom of Chenla c.892 BC-c.870 BC: Divided in many Syro-Hittite states in the west, while eastern regions are part of the New Assyrian Empire 1453–1460: Despotate of Morea, ruled by the Palaiologos dinasty 1603–1649: Kingdom of Scotland, in personal union with the Kingdom of England Since 8000 BC humans have been settled by Native Guatemalans, including Mayans and Nahuatl. c.1467–1499: Divided between the Kedah Sultanate, Malacca Sultanate, Pahang Sultanate and the Majapahit Empire c.1680–1890: Kingdom of Burundi, 1992-1993: United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia 1492–1625: Part of the Spanish Empire Border Line Names of India with different countries is important to ask in general awareness part in competitive … The Fatimid Caliphate eventually developed a new and indigenous Arabic culture in Egypt. 1809–1917: Grand Duchy of Finland, Governorate-General of the Russian Empire 1294–1368: Part of the Majapahit Kingdom 1920: Northern Schleswig (Sønderjylland) re-united with Denmark 1968–2003: Iraqi Republic Iran is the oldest country in the world with its sovereignty coming back in 3200 BC. This is a bit odd. 928–1043: Part of Ziyarid Kingdom Let’s dive into the regional maps, which paint a different picture for each continent. 324–681: Part of the Byzantine Empire as the province of Macedonia 1482–1549: Habsburg Netherlands 754–1870: Papal States (Interregna (1798–1799, 1809–1814 and 1849)). 814–854: Horik I king (in periods ruling jointly with others) The Central European country borders nine nations, and its landscape varies, from the northern plains that reach to the North and Baltic seas to the Bavarian Alps in the south. c. 2000 BC–c. The Sovereign territory was organized under the National Constituent Assembly. 2700–1800 BC: Inhabited by the Beakers 1700–1500 BC: Inhabited by Cemetery H Early settled civilizations in the Antiquity: the Dilmun civilization on the east of the Arabian Peninsula, Thamud north of the Hejaz, and Kindah kingdom and Al-Magar civilization in the central of Arabian Peninsula. However, if viewed from a Scottish perspective, an unbroken history of sovereignty can be traced from unification in 843 through the 1707 union with England (with a brief annexation by England from 1657 to 1660). 1909–1934: Republic of Cuba, Protectorate of the United States 1820–1849: Republic of Haiti Note: It’s important to note that we’re not referring to empires or city-states, like those that existed in Greece, Rome, and others, but specifically to places that are roughly equivalent to what we now know as a country or nation-state. 322–185 BC: Maurya Empire (Political unity in verified historiography was first achieved by Chandragupta Maurya). 800–22 BC: Inhabited by the Celts, Gauls, and Germanic peoples. 636–661: Part of the Rashidun Caliphate 1509–1534: Part of the Safavid Empire 9th century-1286: Kingdom of Alba (There is no precise Gaelic equivalent for the English terminology "Kingdom of Alba", as the Gaelic term Rìoghachd na h-Alba means Kingdom of Scotland'.) Germanic Tribes from 5th century to 480 AD: Germania 3200–2700 BC: Inhabited by Proto-Elamites, 2003–2004: Occupied by United States 1926–1973: Kingdom of Afghanistan 1803–1814: Napoleonic Swiss Confederation, a French puppet (Occipied by the Austrian Empire in 1813) 1848–1893: Toucouleur Empire The list shows large groupings associated with the dates of independence from decolonization (e.g. Note: The British Empire was founded by the order of Elizabeth I who granted a patent to Humphrey Gilbert for discovery and overseas exploration in 1578. c.650–c.750: Bengal was divided between various kingdoms, like Vanga and Samatata (Both ruled by the Khadga dynasty) 1394–1412: Part of the Timurid Empire 1431–1863: Kingdom of Cambodia 1559–1670: part of the Mali Empire 2333–108 BC: Kingdom of Gojoseon (Founded by Dangun according to legend) 7th century-218 BC: Inhabited by Iberians Liberia, country along the coast of western Africa, bordered by Sierra Leone, Guinea, Cote d’Ivoire, and the Atlantic Ocean. 320–500 AD: Kidarite Kingdom The country is rich in history. Establishment of the current sovereignty of Colombia as a republic. 1810-1814: Patria Boba period (Foolish Fatherland period): Free and Independent State of Cundinamarca (a monarchical state in personal union with Spain, recognizing Ferdinand VII as king, in 1813 declared itself a republic and joined the United Provinces of New Granada in 1814) By the Middle Ages, over a dozen predominant ethnic identities had emerged on the island, typified by rule under a local chieftain. 1658: The sovereignty over Skåneland is transferred to Sweden 1979–1989: People's Republic of Kampuchea 1943–1946: Part of the Democratic Federal Yugoslavia as Democratic Republic of Macedonia 1910–1945: Part of the Empire of Japan 1526-1556 AD: Mughal Empire Between 1947 and 1950 the territories of the princely states were politically integrated into the Indian Union.) 911–669 BC: Part of the Neo-Assyrian Empire Between 18,500 and 14,000 BC—1541 AD: Inhabited by Chilean Natives, including Aymara, Mapuche, and Rapa Nui, 1949–present: People's Republic of China 1670–1790: Eastern Arabia, ruled by the Khalidi Emirate 1918–1933: Weimar Germany (a federal republic) 1235–1554: Kingdom of Tlemcen Ottomans conquered Fezzan between 1556 and 1577 c.2028 BC-c.2000 BC: Eblaite Kingdom and Mariote Kingdom, independent states 1819–1830: Part of Gran Colombia 1346–1566: Island of Chios and port of Phocaea, Part of the Republic of Genoa (Maona of Chios and Phocaea) September 24, 1821 – 1823: Part of the First Mexican Empire as Province of Guatemala 1864: Schleswig, Holstein & Lauenburg is lost to Prussia 1160–1183: Principality of Antioch and the Emirates of Mosul and Aleppo, ruled by the Zengid dynasty 622–632: Muhammad, Prophet of Islam, united all the tribes of Arabia under the banner of Islam and created a single Arab Muslim religious polity in the Arabian Peninsula. Apr 8, … 1332–1340: Interregnum, Denmark controlled by German counts 1649–1653: Part of the Commonwealth of England 1609–1821: Part of the Captaincy General of Guatemala (alternativelly Kingdom of Guatemala) within the Viceroyalty of New Spain (Part of the Spanish Empire) 1086-c.early 1200s: Ghana Empire 300–578: Kofun era (Era when all Japanese states merged into one in c. 400 AD). El Salvador was internationally recognized. EDIT 2: Upon further research, Andorra may hold the title. 484–703: Kingdom of the Aurès 868–906: Divided between the Tulunid Emirate (Cyrenaica) and the Aghlabid Emirate (Tripolitania) Throughout Norway’s history, the country has been united with both Denmark and Sweden. 1682–1721: 'Branderberger/Prussian Gold Coast 906–909: Divided between the Abbasid Caliphate (Cyrenaica) and the Aghlabid Emirate (Tripolitania) S long as there have been border disputes many times - Berwick in particular changed hands about a dozen in. 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