Island province

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An island province or an island state is a province or state with jurisdictional extent encompassing the whole land area of an island.

A province cannot be called an "island province" if a certain part of the island is governed or administered by a separate province.[according to whom?] Some provinces include several smaller islands.

Some of the recognisable island provinces are:

Historical island provinces[edit]

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