Landlocked Countries of the World

Landlocked Countries of the World | 

Countries that do not have a coastline and are surrounded by geographical boundaries of other countries are called landlocked countries.

 

 Landlocked Countries in Asia.

Afghanistan, Mongolia, Laos, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Bhutan, Nepal, Tajikistan.

 

 Landlocked Countries in Europe.

Vatican City, Luxembourg, Australia, Switzerland, Hungary, Macedonia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Serbia, Moldova, Liechtenstein, Armenia, Belarus, Andorra, San Marino.

 

 Landlocked Countries in Africa.

Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Swaziland, Chand, Lesotho, Mali, Niger, Luada, Uganda, Burundi, Burkina Faso, Rwanda, South Sudan.

 

Landlocked Countries in South America.

Uzbekistan and Liechtenstein are both double landlocked countries. These countries are surrounded by countries that are landlocked countries.

 

Landlocked country in central Asia.

Kazakhstan is located in far Eastern Europe and is often considered a Central Asian country. Its capital city is Astana.

Kazakhstan is the largest landlocked country.

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