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World Country Administrative Divisions – Choose Country


First enter any country to choose it from the drop-down list. Then, name the administrative divisions shown for that country. I tried to use first-level administrative divisions but in some cases they are 2nd level. The divisions sometimes are official and sometimes just census-based areas – some small countries may not have administrative divisions and you may be naming island/atolls/etc. Divisions are ordered by highest population first. Some alternate names are accepted but for many you must know the full division name. Overseas territories are usually not included for countries unless they are parts of that country’s administrative divisions.

For a handful of countries (more to come) I have multiple options, so for France you will see ‘France 1st’ and ‘France 2nd’ – this corresponds to 1st and 2nd level administrative divisions options.

2nd-level divisions may take a few moments to load (especially US counties).

Enter country name to choose from drop-down list.
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3 months ago

Hi, could I ask if Philippines 2nd level divisions are in the works? Thanks

Last edited 3 months ago by C-s-Stuff
4 months ago

Ooh, this looks fun. Can you do a world map version?

6 months ago

For Turkey 2nd level, Merkez is a name that denotes “administrative center” status of a district within a province without metropolitan status. Therefore, there are actually no districts named “Merkez” in Turkey. Those should be replaced with the names of their respective provinces. For example, the actual name of the “merkez” district of Edirne Province is not “merkez” but “Edirne”.

8 months ago

A remark to Germany. The 1st level (Bundesländer, i.e federal states and city states) are totally fine, but the second level is technically one level too deep: You expect to name the (rural) districts/cities ((Land-)Kreise/Städte) but in between the Bundesländer and Kreise are actually the Governmental Districts (Regierungsbezirke) (and city states).

Moreover, there is bug regarding the dropdown list: If you use the arrow keys, it automatically starts the quiz after up or down has been one time pressed although ‘Enter’ has not been pressed yet.

But anyways, really appreciate the effort you put in, in particular for rather unknown countries, and it’s a fun quiz tho!

2 months ago
Reply to  darin

I think counties and county-level cities are fine for Germany. The governmental districts are not very important and few people actually know them.

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