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list of from published works of fiction (books, films, television series, etc.). Fictional works describe all the countries in the following list as located somewhere fictional countries on the surface of the Earth as we know it — as opposed to underground, inside the planet, on another world, or during a different "age" of the planet with a different physical geography.
Abafri or Abari: British territory on the Atlantic coast of South America, in novels co-written by John Hearne and Morris Cargill
Absurdsvanï: a former Soviet republic in the novel by Absurdistan Gary Shteyngart.
Abysus: a heavily contaminated, international-pariah country in the TV series . Possibly located in Europe. Generator Rex
Adjikistan: a Central Asian nation located near Afghanistan and Pakistan in the video game . SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Combined Assault
Afromacoland: an African country in the novel Chief the Honourable Minister by T.M. Aluko
Agrabah: a medieval Arabian sultanate in the animated film and its sequels Aladdin
Agraria: an Eastern country in the film You Know What Sailors Are
Ajina: an Asian nation in the ) video games. Its name is a Rockman.EXE (US: Mega Man Battle Network portmanteau of "Asia" and "China."
Ajir or Azhir: a Middle-Eastern republic in the TV episode "Nitro" Mission: Impossible
Akhbaristan: a fictional Middle East country in the Disney Channel series . Kickin' It
Al-Alemand: an Islamic state consisting of the former Germany and Low Countries in the alternate-history novel by The Years of Rice and Salt Kim Stanley Robinson
Al Amarja: a lawless Mediterranean island state in the roleplaying game Over the Edge
Alabasta: kingdom in the manga and in the anime of One Piece
Alagaesia: a country in Christopher Paolini's . Inheritance Cycle
Alaine: a small European kingdom in the film His Majesty, the American
Albenistan: Central Asian country in the d20 adventures Raid on Ashkashem, The Qalashar Device, and The Khorforhan Gambit by Fraser Ronald
Allebahst: a fictional European kingdom that appeared in Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth
Aldestan: a Central Asian country adjacent to Kazakhstan in the video game Command & Conquer: Generals
Al Hari: Middle Eastern nation, the scene of a conflict over an important dam between two military factions in the video game Front Mission: Gun Hazard
Almein: Middle Eastern country, from TV series . The Bionic Woman
Almia: A region, the principal setting of . Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia
Alpenstein: European principality and former ally of Nazi Germany featured in . San Sombrèro: A Land of Carnivals, Cocktails and Coups [1 ]
Alpine Emirates: Islamic states in the Bavarian Alps in the alternate-history novel by The Years of Rice and Salt Kim Stanley Robinson
Altruria: a large island country from William Dean Howells' utopian novel A Traveller from Altruria
Allied States of America: the authoritarian government of the western US in the post-apocalyptic TV series . One of three successor regimes, alongside a rump USA and Texas. Jericho
Alvania: a Balkan kingdom in the film The Royal Rider
Amalah: from the TV series The Event
Amerope (1): a nation in the ) video game series. Its name is a Rockman.EXE (US: Mega Man Battle Network portmanteau of "America" and "Europe."
Amerope (2): featured in Bertrand Wilson Hatia's book of verse To Amerope and Other Poems.
Ambrosia: a doubly-fictional war-torn country, existing in the imagination of the protagonist of the novel and Billy Liar film of the same title.
Amerzone: a Central American country, the setting of the video game of the same name and the eponymous Belgian comic book which the game was based on, in the comic book series . Inspector Canardo
Amestris: the principal setting of the manga and anime . Sometimes transliterated as Fullmetal Alchemist Artemis.
Anatruria: a Balkan kingdom in the Bernie Rhodenbarr novel The Burglar Who Thought He Was Bogart
Anchuria: a Central American country in the novel Cabbages and Kings by O. Henry
Andalasia: offscreen location in the film . Enchanted
Anemia: a country in the film . Bears the same name as the Hot Stuff medical condition.
Angria: an imaginary country from the poems of the Brontë sisters.
Annexia: a country featured in the final scenes of . Naked Lunch
Anvilania: a country to whose throne the Warner Brothers and Sister were heirs, in Animaniacs
Applesauce Lorraine: a country, parody of Alsace-Lorraine, stated to be bordered by France and Baja California, from Rocky and Bullwinkle's story arc "The Three Moosketeers"
Aquabania: an idyllic island, the supposed home of The Aquabats
Aquilea: a South American country in the film Les Trottoirs de Saturne
Aragon: in United States Army training, a fictional opposing force "Aragon Liberation Front" is described by the US Army Ranger Handbook as engaged in "ambushes" and "offensive operations". A placeholder entity for training exercises, the fictional Aragon appears to have no tie to [2 ] various real places in Spain and elsewhere with the same or similar name.
Araluen: a country resembling England in the Ranger's Apprentice book series by John Flanagan
Arcacia: mythical kingdom in the film A Royal Family
: country in Archenland , located to the south of Narnia The Chronicles of Narnia
Ardaji a Middle Eastern kingdom from the episode " Joe 90 King For A Day".
Ardenia: Restored to a monarchy after the fall of the communist block, Ardenia is the country of King Solton, a repressive ruler that treats the rebels of his country with iron fists. The monarchy is no longer as popular as it once was, and the king faces a threat of being overthrown. King Solton and the Royal Family are depicted in V.I.P.’s first season, in an episode entitled “One Wedding and Val’s Funeral”.
Ardistan: from the novel Ardistan and Dschinnistan by Karl Friedrich May
Ark: the country where Bakunetsumaru is from in the Japanese/American anime . Superior Defender Gundam Force
Arrida: a country resembling Northern Africa in the Ranger's Apprentice book series by John Flanagan
Arstotzka: the country where the game "Papers Please" takes place.
Arulco: a country the player is tasked to free in the game, Jagged Alliance 2
Aslan, also transliterated as Asran: setting of the anime . Area 88
Athbekistan: a Russian-speaking country in the TV series , the rival of Fran's ancestral homeland of Tishtaya. Black Books
Atlantica: submarine realm in Disney's Little Mermaid series.
: a mythological island nation first mentioned in Atlantis Plato's Timaeus. Its location has varied in subsequent retellings.
: home to the Attilan Inhumans, a race of superhumans in Marvel Comics.
August Bank Holiday Island: an island located between Easter Island and Christmas Island in . Its inhabitants practice The Goodies black supremacy and unintentionally gain control of the Commonwealth of Nations.
: a country that appeared in Aurelia, Federal Republic of . Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception
Aukstralia, Earth-C's version of Australia, as seen in . Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew
Auspasia: the noisiest and most talkative nation in the world; appears in Georges Duhamel's Lettres d'Auspasie and La dernier voyage de Candide
Austrania: European kingdom in the film The Last Volunteer
Avalon: A fictional land resembling England in the Seventh Sea tabletop RPG franchise.
Averna: An oil-rich Adriatic principality mentioned in Margery Allingham's Sweet Danger
: A fictional counterpart of the Averoigne medieval province of Auvergne in France as detailed in a series of short stories by Clark Ashton Smith.
: neighbor of Axphain Graustark in several novels by George Barr McCutcheon.
Ayazad: Middle-Eastern country in the film Delta Force One: The Lost Patrol.
Azania: an African island empire in Evelyn Waugh's novel "Black Mischief."
Azaran: a Middle-Eastern country in the TV series . The Andromeda Breakthrough
: a country formed after a nuclear Aztlan World War III from the American states of Utah, Arizona and New Mexico in the novel . Also referred in the Max Brooks novel "World War Z", but placed in Warday Mexico.
Azmenistan: a Russian-speaking country in . The Onion Movie
: a country in Australia in the satirical film of the same name. BabaKiueria
Babahl: a fictional European republic that appeared in Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth
Babalstan: Middle Eastern country in the film Harum Scarum
(French: Babar's Kingdom Le pays des Éléphants, "Elephant Land"): African country populated by intelligent elephants, usually bipedal.
Backhairistan: from animated TV series The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius
Bacteria: thinly disguised version of Fascist Italy from the film . The Great Dictator
Baghdakistan: In the Hey Arnold! episode Arnold's Valentine. A country where Helga's pen pal is from that apparently is hot and poor as it showed a desert picture on the letter sent to Helga with the words Please Send Money! A combination of the capital of Iraq, Baghdad and the country of Pakistan.
Bahar: Persian Gulf state in an episode of . Spooks
Bahavia: a small country bordering Uzbekistan in the Disney Channel series . Cory in the House
Bahkan: a nation threatened by the Federated Peoples' Republic in the TV episode "Fool's Gold" Mission: Impossible
Bakaslavia: a country from which Quinn buys purified uranium in an episode of . Probably a parody of Zoey 101 Yugoslavia.
Balamkadar: Adil's birthplace from Genie in the House
Baldova: a South American country from TV series (episodes "Salvage & Reclamation" and "A Problem Like Maria"). Human Target
Baki: homeland of Omio in Madeleine L'Engle's writing, a small Pacific island nation once dominated by the British
Balinderry: strategically placed quasi-Irish nation featured in an episode of The Six Million Dollar Man
Balnibarbi: a land containing the metropolis of Lagado in Jonathan Swift's . Gulliver's Travels
Baltish: a fictional country from a Lithuanian TV show
Baltonia: a country, probably Baltic, in the film Esupai
Bandar: Middle-Eastern country in the film Delta Force One: The Lost Patrol.
Banania, República de: Stereotypical Banana republic featured in several works by Les Luthiers
Bandrika (sometimes Vandreka): Alpine country in "one of Europe's few undiscovered corners" and speaking a mixture of Germanic and Slavic languages, and gibberish, featured in . The Lady Vanishes
: a central African nation featured in Bangalla comic strip. The Phantom
Bangstoff: an Imperial Germanesque country from the novel Operation Roughneck.
Bantonga is one of five islands known as the Bastongas which 300 miles west of the Pacific west coast of America. It is 3 Miles long and has a population of over 3000 people. It featured in the Supercar episode Hi-Jack.
Bapetikosweti: the "homeland" state invented by South African satirist Pieter-Dirk Uys for his drag character, Evita Bezuidenhout.
Baracq: a Middle Eastern kingdom in the TV soap opera . Capitol
Baraza: a major African country in by The Man Irving Wallace.
Barataria (1): an island kingdom in Miguel de Cervantes' . The name comes from the Spanish Don Quixote barato, "cheap."
Barataria (2): featured in , a The Gondoliers or The King of Barataria Savoy Opera by Gilbert and Sullivan.
Barbituros Islands: Caribbean islands bordering San Sombrèro, featured in . San Sombrèro: A Land of Carnivals, Cocktails and Coups [1 ]
Barclay Islands (the Barclays): British-dependent Caribbean archipelago off The Bahamas in Frederick Forsyth's novel . The Deceiver
Baronkhan: A country in the comic strip The Phantom.
Barringtonia: the location of a ski resort mentioned in one episode of The Suite Life of Zack & Cody. One of London's friends says in this episode she will be staying with her boyfriend's family, the Barringtons, who the country is presumably named after.
Basanda: a country in Africa in the novel House On The Hill by Jonathan Black I Dream of Jeannie
Basenji: a country neighboring Russia in the sitcom I Dream of Jeannie
Bayview: from , with references to real cities like Need For Speed Underground 2 New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.
: a country that appeared in Belka and Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War . Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War
Belsornia: the homeland of Elisaveta, the title character in the third of Elinor Brent-Dyer's Chalet School series, The Princess of the Chalet School.
Beninia: from John Brunner's Stand on Zanzibar
Bensalem: utopian island nation located somewhere off the Western coast of the continent of America in Francis Bacon's New Atlantis
Bereznik: an fictional state somewhere in eastern Europe featured in the series Gerry Anderson and Thunderbirds . Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons
Bergania: a European country in by The Dragonfly Pool Eva Ibbotson
Bergen Ait: An uninhabited island in the Baltic Sea controlled by Great Britain in Biggles in the Baltic
: a country in the comic strip Berzerkistan , located between Iran and Russia. Doonesbury Its capital is either called Bmzklfrpz City [3 ] or Trff City, [3 ] after its President-for-Life Trff Bmzklfrpz. [4 ]
Bestiolandia (Republic of): A country so dangerous that the road is one way because "no one returns from there". Its economy is based on the export of the plant Hierbajus Apestosus Repelentus to make "Celtas" (a low-quality Spanish cigarette). It appears in the Mortadelo y Filemón comic . El antídoto [5 ]
Beth Ja Brin: a middle-Eastern country appearing in Danger Man
Betonia: European kingdom in the film (1932) His Royal Highness
: a country appearing in many comic books published by Bialya DC Comics.
Biddleonia: Created to be the butt of otherwise Irish jokes on the Australian variety TV Show, . Hey Hey Its Saturday
Birani: African nation featured in the film . Located near Namibia and Angola. Has a Banana Forest at a place called Dumgase. The Gods Must Be Crazy
Birdwell Island: an independent island community in the series similar in geography and custom to an island off of the east coast of the United States. Clifford the Big Red Dog
: a land where all the people are tiny from the book Blefuscu by Gulliver's Travels Jonathan Swift. Enemies of Lilliput
Republic of Blackland: the former city of East St. Louis, Illinois in the graphic novel Birth of a Nation by Aaron McGruder and Reginald Hudlin.
Blueland: Used in military scenarios by NATO countries, often warring against Orangeland [6 ] [7 ] [8 ]
Republic of Bobadilla y Las Bonitas: small country located in "Central Coastal South America" in the short story El Vilvoy de las Islas by . Avram Davidson
Boca Grande: Central American country based on El Salvador in by A Book of Common Prayer Joan Didion
Bocamoa: a gold-producing white supremacist African country from the TV episode "Kitara" Mission: Impossible
: an Eastern European Boloxnia Communist country set in 1957 compiled by the listeners of Alex Lester, presenter of the BBC Radio 2 early morning show.
Bonande: a West African country in the film La Nuit de la vérité
Bongiornia: a European grand duchy referred to constantly as a pointless example of human imagination.
: derogatory British term for Bongo Bongo Land Third World countries, particularly in Africa
Bongo Congo: the African kingdom in the cartoon King Leonardo and his Short Subjects
: fictitious designation for the country code used to allow compatibility between 10 and 13 character ISBN codes Bookland
Booty Island: a pirate island in the Caribbean in the game , part of the Tri-Island area (governed by Elaine Marley) Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge
Bora Gora: South Pacific island in the Marivellas island chain from the TV series Tales of the Gold Monkey
: Borduria totalitarian state from the comics series , located in the The Adventures of Tintin Balkans
Borginia: a republic from the videogame , later appearing in Dino Crisis and Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth
Borostyria: a Balkan principality modeled on Montenegro in (1907). Arsène Lupin, Gentleman Burglar [9 ]
Borova: A country known for its coastal resort, which featured in the episode Joe 90 Business Holiday.
Borovia: Central-European country from TV programme. The Big Knights
(2): a communist Eastern European country featured in Borovia G.I. Joe by Marvel Comics.
Borovnia: an imaginary kingdom invented by Pauline and Juliet in their elaborate fantasies, in the film Heavenly Creatures
Boruguay: A South American country in The Kid Who Became President
Bothalia: a kingdom in the Balkan Mountains from the film The Vagabond Prince
Brainania: obscure South Pacific island in the animated series . Destroyed by volcanic eruption. Pinky and the Brain
Braslavia: Slavic dictatorship in comics Patrouille des Castors
Bratavia: Asian dictatorship mentioned in an episode of the 1987 German TV comedy Diplomaten küßt man nicht
Bratislavia: a fictional country mentioned in . Presumably named after the city of Count Duckula Bratislava.
Brazuela: an industrialized South American nation between Venezuela and Brazil in the TV series . Totally Spies!
Bregna: a dystopic, centralized, scientifically-planned state in the animated series and film Aeon Flux
Bretzelburg: a central European dictatorship from comics Spirou et Fantasio
Bretonnia: a feudal country in the game. Warhammer
Holy Britannian Empire: An aggressive superpower based in North America and ruling one-third of the world in the anime series Code Geass
British Hidalgo: a tiny Central American country in the novel Limekiller by Avram Davidson
: a country populated by giants, from the book Brobdingnag by Gulliver's Travels Jonathan Swift
Brogavia: Nazi-occupied Balkan nation featured in Commando Comics.
: an Eastern European dictatorship similar to the Soviet Union, in the Tom Swift Junior series Brungaria
: a country appearing in several Brutopia Donald Duck stories, possibly referring to the Soviet Union.
Buckyvania: country declared by Bucky Katt in the comic strip Get Fuzzy
Bukistan: an Islamic country in the Cary Grant film . Later referred to in Dream Wife . I Dream of Jeannie
Bulmeria: an African country mentioned in the webcomic, It's Walky!
Bundonia: Some enemies of Golden Age MLJ Comics' superhero The Wizard came from this country.
: an African country in the BBC comedy series Buranda Yes Minister
Burdabi: Middle Eastern country, from TV series . The Six Million Dollar Man
Burgossa: an African country featured in the episode of "A Question of Miracles". The Secret Service
Burmini: an African or Asian country in the Italian TV series Boris
Burunda: a Central African country bordering the also fictional country of Wakanda in Marvel Comics.
Burunga: an African country mentioned in the Captain Tsubasa:World Youth manga.
Cabo Luna: tropical Latin American country and major tourist destination in the TV series Generator Rex
Cacklogallinia: kingdom off the coast of South America, from A Voyage to Cacklogallinia by Captain Samuel Brunt
: a tiny, mountainous European duchy in the Cagliostro Lupin III film The Castle of Cagliostro
: a tiny Balkan republic in the Calbia Doc Savage adventure "The King Maker"
Calia: from episode "The Jericho Caper" Modesty Blaise
Calormen: from The Chronicles Of Narnia
California Commonwealth: a country in North America in the TV series Revolution. It spans the former American west coast and British Columbia.
Candover: medieval country in the novel Rats and Gargoyles by Mary Gentle
Cantania: Another South American country in The Kid Who Became President
Cap'D'Far: a small island country from an episode of Its only export are fish bones. Scarecrow and Mrs. King.
Cape Suzette: city-state inhabited by anthropomorphic animals, the main setting of the animated series Tale Spin
: a country mentioned in the Carbombya series Transformers
Carjackistan: sometimes used in the comic strip Tank McNamara as the birthplace of foreign athletes.
Carpania: Ruritania-like European kingdom in the film The Great Race
: Balkan kingdom in the play Carpathia by The Sleeping Prince Terence Rattigan and the subsequent film The Prince and the Showgirl
The False Prince Carthya
Cascara: a tiny Caribbean island in the film Water
: a huge island country located in the South seas somewhere between South America and Australia in Caspak Edgar Rice Burroughs' The Land That Time Forgot and its sequels
Caspiar: The supposed homeland of Andy Kaufman's "foreign man" character.
Castlebury: a small European Duchy located near Liechtenstein, run by Edward Duke of Castlebury in the 2011 film . A Princess for Christmas
Caucastan: a small Middle-Eastern country known for hosting the 2012 Eurokitsch song contest, as chronicled in the 2012 musical review in Toronto by a group of joyful balladeers. Caucastani Nights
Cayuna: a Caribbean island modelled on Jamaica in the novels of John Hearne
Celama, Kingdom of: a mythical land in novels El reino de Celama by Luis Mateo Díez
Celtica: a country resembling Wales in the Ranger's Apprentice book series by John Flanagan
Cenktrich: Central European country in the video game Front Mission: Gun Hazard
Central African Federation: central African nation mentioned in the West Wing.
Champina: European Country in the short story "Small Country" by Nick Hornby
Cheezburgerstan: Kingdom located in either Central or Eastern Europe in the Mad Magazine comic strip feature Monroe.
Chekia: mythical kingdom in the film The Only Thing
: post-Soviet republic in the video game Chernarus ArmA 2
Chimerica: Central American country from the computer game . Hidden Agenda
Chirimoyandia: A communist dictatorship in a Perestroika-like process of democratization. It appears in the Mortadelo y Filemón comic . La Gomeztroika
Chiroubistan: a perpetually wartorn Islamic Balkan country in the French comic strip "Henriette"
Cimmeria: The territory of a pre-Ice Age barbarian tribe, Conan's people, in . Conan the Barbarian
Citysville: A City in the TV Series The Powerpuff Girls where Professor Utonium and the Girls move to for a while but then moved back to Townsville because of all the Mean People in Citysville.
Chommo: a region based on Middle East: Dalaam is Poo's hometown. It appears in EarthBound.
Cleirville: A city-state in Europe in the Italian comic "Diabolik".
Coalition States: A fascist empire founded upon the post-apocalyptic ruins of the American Midwest in the Rifts role-playing game. [10 ]
Cobra Island: A United Nations recognized island in the Gulf Of Mexico; focus of many stories in the G.I. Joe merchandise line
Cohdopia: a fictional European principality that appeared in Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth
Concordia: a European microstate, the setting of Peter Ustinov's play and the film of the Romanoff and Juliet same title.
Condal Islands: a remote archipelago in the South Pacific in Dead Ground by Chris Amies.
Confederated Gulf States: a Persian Gulf Monarchy in an episode of Spooks
Cornada, Earth-C's version of Canada, as seen in . Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew
Cornea: monarchy (location unspecified) in the TV series Inhabited by British-accented triclopses. Pair of Kings.
Coronia: a kingdom in the film King, Queen and Joker
Corto Maltese: a small (presumably) Latin American country where a civil war has been taking place. Mentioned in the 1989 film adaptation of Batman. The name Corto Maltese comes from a comics character.
Cortuguay: revolution-wracked Latin American country in Harold Robbins novel and film the Adventurers.
Costa Bravo: a Latin American country, from TV series . The Bionic Woman
Costa Estrella: General Cain's fiefdom in Princess Protection Program
Costa Gravas: South American country in the 2007 series Chuck
Costa Lottsa: Tiny nation located between Italy and France, mentioned in San Sombrèro: A Land of Carnivals, Cocktails and Coups [1 ]
Costa Luna: Rosalinda's or Rosie's kingdom in Princess Protection Program
Costa Morada: a small Central American state featured in the final episode of the 1980s TV series . Loosely based on Miami Vice Panama.
Costa Negra: a Latin-American country, in the telefim Major Dad. Its capital is Los Limones.
Costa Verde: small Central American state in Marvel Comics, home to Avengers member Silverclaw.
Costaguana: setting of Joseph Conrad's Nostromo
: a country where all the population are blind, situated in a hidden valley near Ecuador, from a short story by Country of the Blind, The H. G. Wells.
Coventry: a kingdom in the Twitches novels and film series.
Coxotopia: a doubly fictional country, made up by in the TV Show Dr. Cox . Scrubs
Crab Island: a poor Caribbean island shaped like a crab, under the domination of Crocodile Island, in the comics. Patrouille des Castors
Crim Tartary: in William Makepeace Thackeray's " The Rose and the Ring" (1854) (see also Paflagonia)
Crocodile Island: a crocodile-shaped Caribbean island seemingly similar to Tahiti, in the comics. Patrouille des Castors
Crusoeland: featured in , a film featuring Atoll K Laurel and Hardy.
Curaguay: a Latin American banana republic from the series and The A-Team . Hunter
Dalmasca: is a small kingdom in . It is the central location for most of the game. Final Fantasy XII
Dalmatia: a tiny Germanic nation whose royal family were exiled to Great Britain after a communist revolution there. Seen in the TV series . You Rang, M'Lord?
Danu: setting of Timothy Mo's 1991 novel , based on The Redundancy of Courage East Timor
Dasah: trucial state on an island in the Persian Gulf in the novel by The Business Iain Banks.
Dave, The Republic of: a single generational Republic led by Dave in the video game Fallout 3. The country is depicted to be about 20 kilometers north of the main DC area.
: neighbor of Dawsbergen Graustark
: The idyllic sister-state of The Defastenkunstrepublik. Defastena
Defastenkunstrepublik: Oldest of the three states composing the Defastenist Empire. Was the subject for a series of paintings by the Defastenist artist Gary Farrelly produced between 2003 and 2007.
De La Rocha: A Middle-Eastern monarchy in the series Metajets
Derbaran:a country in the shooter . War Rock
Derkaderkastan: from the film Team America: World Police
: a hidden, utopian island from Dinotopia James Gurney's illustrated books
Dolaronia: from the Cantinflas film "Su Excelencia", a parody of the United States
Dominion of Divinity: a theocratic dystopia that replaces the United States in the novel The Butterfly and the Flame by Dana De Young
Doofania: a fictional country found by Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz in the series "Phineas and Ferb".
Dos Rios: South American country in Biggles television series.
Double Crossia: a country mentioned in the Three Stooges short You Nazty Spy
Drachenschweig: Grand Duchy of Drachenschweig, setting of Roger K. Miller's 2010 novel Dragon in Amber
Drackenberg: a European country from Lloyd Alexander's The Drackenberg Adventure
Dregovia: mentioned in a mission of the video game where the player must rescue its visiting president. Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis
Dreisenberg: A tiny Germanic nation featured in the pilot of . The Secret Service
Dresdania: A Balkan principality in the Solar Pons story The Adventure of the Frightened Governess
Droon*: A magical world in the series by Tony Abbott Secrets of Droon
Drusselstein: A small, poor European country that was the birthplace of Heinz and Roger Doofenschmirtz in . Phineas and Ferb
Dschinnistan (Djinnistan): in the novel Ardistan and Dschinnistan by Karl Friedrich May
Dubinia: The rival country of Bahavia in the TV show . Cory in the House
Duloc: name of the kingdom in ruled by Shrek Lord Farquaad
Ducklovia: a country bordering Serbia in Count Duckula
Eagleland: a country that based-on United State in EarthBound, It's also the home country of Ness and Paula
East African Protectorate: An African state that is part of the United Nations Space Command of the Halo universe. It contains fururistic versions of modern-day Mombasa (called New Mombasa) and Voi as well as a Forerunner relic.
: from the novel Eastasia by Nineteen Eighty-Four George Orwell.
Eastern Coalition: in , the Eastern Coalition (ECON) was one of the major powers involved in World War III. Star Trek: First Contact
East European Republic: an anti-American power from the TV episode "Submarine". Possibly the same as the East European Peoples Republic (EEPR) from "The Party" and the European People's Republic from "Invasion". Mission: Impossible
East Yemen: located somewhere in the Middle East, from the sitcom . Formally known as Yes, Prime Minister The People's Democratic Republic of East Yemen, it was a Soviet backed Communist dictatorship which often raided its neighbour, West Yemen.
: an ecological utopia appearing in the novels Ecotopia Ecotopia and Ecotopia Emerging by Ernest Callenbach. See also Cascadia, a secessionist idea based in part on Callenbach's Ecotopia.
Ecuarico: homeland of an exiled dictator in an episode of Gilligan's Island
Eisneria: a republic in the Balkans from the TV series Road Rovers
El Bolivar: a South American republic dominated by a military junta in the Tiny Toon Adventures episode Europe in 30 Minutes presumably named after Simon Bolivar.
El Coronado: an unstable South American state in a film of the same name, presumably named after Francisco Coronado.
El Honduragua: a country in Central America from the sketch show , whose politics are dominated by Spitting Image fascist parties all supported by the United States. Its name is a portmanteau of El Salvador, the British Honduras (now Belize) and Nicaragua.
El Paradiso: the remote, revolution-prone South American island in Harold Lloyd's Why Worry?
: Backward country from the comic strip Elbonia Dilbert
Eldorado: Also " El dorado", the paradigm of an imaginary country in Spanish conquistador's tales; see also and Voltaire's Terra em Transe . Candide
Elensia: the main setting of the video game . Wild Arms XF
: an island nation in the Southwest Pacific Ocean from the Eleutheria Model Parliament role playing game. Eleutheria
Elkabar: Persian Gulf kingdom, from the episode "The Slave" Mission: Impossible
: a country featured in the Emmeria game. Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation
: a West African republic from the TV series Equatorial Kundu The West Wing
Equestria: a kingdom that is the setting of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, ruled by Princess Celestia and Princess Luna.
Eregion: An Elven kingdom in J. R. R. Tolkien's " The Lord of the Rings"; Destroyed 1697 S.A. during the War of Sauron and the Elves.
Republic of Ereguay: small country located in "Central Coastal South America", the setting of the short story El Vilvoy de las Islas by . Avram Davidson
Eretz: the home of a visiting prime minister, Salka Palmir, in an episode of ('Eretz' is The Six Million Dollar Man Hebrew for 'land')
Erewhon (anagram of nowhere): in the novel by Erewhon Samuel Butler
: a country that appeared in Erusea , Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies , and briefly mentioned in Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War . Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War
: a country that appeared in Estovakia . Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation
Estrovia: European kingdom in the film A King in New York
Esturia: a Slavic country in comics Patrouille des Castors
Etchechuria: a Pyrenean country peopled by nursery rhyme characters in The Stolen March by Dornford Yates.
Ethniklashistan: Portrayed in as a homeland for The Onion Hutus, Greek Cypriots, Serbs, Papuans and many other troubled ethnic groups. Situated in the West Bank.
Etxelur: Tribal nation that existed in Northland, i.e. the now submerged Doggerland area of Europe c.7300 BC in by Stone Spring Stephen Baxter.
Euphrania: tiny kingdom in the film The Slipper and the Rose
: from the novel Eurasia by Nineteen Eighty-Four George Orwell
Eurasian Dynasty: The remnants of the Europe, Asia and North Africa in the computer game . Earth 2140
Eurba:The country mentioned in a Victorious episode .
Europolis: The capital of Europe in the computer game . Dreamfall
Evallonia: Central European country in the John Buchan novels Castle Gay and The House of the Four Winds.
Evarchia: Eastern European country from Brigid Brophy's Palace Without Chairs
Everon: Euro-esque country invaded by Soviet Forces in the computer game Operation Flashpoint: Cold War Crisis"
Fabeltjesland: the name of a land, only with animals, in the Dutch TV series de Fabeltjeskrant.
Fantasia: in Michael Ende's "Die Unendliche Geschichte".
Far Eastern Republic: a nation from the TV episode "Commandante". Mission: Impossible
Far Far Away: the name of the kingdom in and Shrek 2 Shrek 3
Farfelu: a surrealisitic place in the novel The Kingdom of Farfelu by André Malraux (see )
Fari Lana: African nation in the comic strip The Phantom. Also known as Ivory Lana.
Fato: Briefly mentioned in Ace Combat 5.
Fawzia: Middle Eastern kingdom in the film John Goldfarb, Please Come Home
Federated Peoples' Republic: a nation hostile toward the Kingdom of Bahkan in the TV episode "Fool's Gold". Possibly the same as the Federated People's Republic: from the Mission: Impossible TV episode "Time Bomb". Mission: Impossible
Federated States of Europe: Soviet-dominated European superstate in the post-apocalyptic Guardians novel series by Richard Austin.
Federated Union of Earth: inept, bureaucratic world government in the Universal Century timeline of the metaseries. Gundam
Fenua Ua: tiny, poor South Pacific island nation (part of the Society Islands) targeted for a friendly corporate takeover in the novel by The Business Iain Banks.
Feudalia: Little exploited bureaucratic country ruled by Field Marshal Manuel Anzábalon in several works by Les Luthiers
Findas: country sunk under the waves in The Book of Conquests by Jim Fitzpatrick
Fiore: The region from and a neutral country of 17 million in the anime Pokémon Ranger Fairy Tail
Florin: The country run by Prince Humperdinck in by The Princess Bride William Goldman
Foggyland: is a region based on Europe, Winters is the hometown of Jeff, Summers is sunny warm town. It appears in EarthBound
Flyspeck Island: home of Gunk in the comic strip Curtis
Foo: from the Leven Thumps series a popular children's fantasy series by writer Obert Skye
Forest Kingdom: from Simon Green's Blue Moon Rising. Ruled by King John.
Franistan: from the I Love Lucy episode 'The Publicity Agent' in which Lucy petends to be the "Maharincess of Franistan", royalty from a faraway land who is a big fan of Ricky's, in order to get Ricky some publicity.
Fredonia: from Nancy Drew: The White Wolf of Icicle Creek
: European country from the Freedonia Marx Brothers film Duck Soup
Freiland: from Freiland by Theodor Hertzka
Frobnia: an Eastern Bloc nation from Infocom's interactive fiction game Border Zone
Fröland: Island in the North Sea in the Dutch TV series Fröland.
Gaad: Small East African country in the 1963 mystery The Diplomat and the Gold Piano by Margaret Scherf
: imaginary country from the poems of Gaaldine Brontë sisters.
Gaillardia: Remote British Colony in the 1959 film Carlton-Browne of the F.O.
Galbadia: Western nation in Final Fantasy VIII
Gallica: a country resembling France in the Ranger's Apprentice book series by John Flanagan
Gamba: African country in the film Only Love
Gamorra: island near Southeast Asia in WildStorm comics, ruled by Kaizen Gamorra
Ganubia: from television series . MacGyver
Gath: Country in the TV series ; based on the biblical Canaanite Kings Gath
Gatolandia: The country that hosted the 1976 Olympic games in the Mortadelo y Filemón universe. They are enemies of Perrolandia. It appeared in the album . Gatolandia 76
Gatolandia: Country located near the Carpathians inhabited by anthropomorphic cats. It appeared in the Spanish comic strip of the character Pafman titled El heredero.
Gavel Republic: a country referenced in the animated picture Ghost in the Shell
Gazth-Sonika: a war-torn country in south-west Asia from the anime Madlax
Georgia Federation: a country in North America which occupies most of the former Southeastern United States, from the TV series Revolution.
: an island nation which was established as a mutant homeland in Genosha Marvel Comics
: European country from Genovia novels and film adaptations ( The Princess Diaries and The Princess Diaries ) The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement
:18th Century German Principality in the Gérolstein opéra bouffe ( La Grande-Duchesse de Gérolstein ) by The Grand Duchess of Gerolstein Jacques Offenbach
Ghalea: a small African nation whose pro-Western government is key to stability in the area, from the episode "The Money Machine" Mission: Impossible
Gilboa: Country in TV series Kings
: A theocratic country occupying the territory of the former United States, in the novel Gilead by The Handmaid's Tale Margaret Atwood
Gindra: A small nation in Central Africa that serves as the location of the military fortress Galuade (formerly Outer Heaven) in Metal Gear: Ghost Babel
Giwak: a wealthy Middle Eastern country from which the prince comes to England for schooling in the film Bottoms Up!
Glendovia: A country mentioned in an episode of Sonny with a Chance where Sonny & Tawni go to as part of a Cash Register Exchange program. Later mentioned on So Random!.
Glenraven: a tiny country in the Alps, no bigger than Liechtenstein, squeezed into the border between France and Italy in Glenraven series by Marion Zimmer Bradley
Glovania: Home country of the biological parents of the character Skeezix in the comic strip Gasoline Alley. Skeezix's biological father Col. Henri Coda was the ruling Grand Duke prior to a revolution. Glovania's capital and major seaport is Ragpo, located on the Mediterranean to the east of Italy. [11 ]
: an island governed by a tribe of magicians. About one third the size of the Isle of Wight. From the book Glubbdubdrib by Gulliver's Travels Jonathan Swift.
Gnarnia:From the film , spoof of C.S. Lewis's Narnia. Epic Movie
Golithia: a country between Turkey and the Soviet Union from the graphic novel . Batman: Son of the Demon
: imaginary country from the poems of Gondal Brontë sisters.
: Country in Gondor J. R. R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings series.
: an ideal republic imagined by Gondour Mark Twain in his short story The Curious Republic of Gondour.
Gorslava: central-European setting of the horror film Mr. Sardonicus.
Granbretan: a future evil version of Great Britain where the noble classes hide behind metal masks of various totem animals, created by Michael Moorcock in his books. The History of the Runestaff
: a duchy in Grand Fenwick and sequels by The Mouse That Roared Leonard Wibberley.
: Eastern European country in several novels by Graustark George Barr McCutcheon.
Gravett Island: Island where the crew of the USS Enterprise-E were to evacuate to in . Star Trek: First Contact
Great Britnia: Formed by hordes of Robo-Britneys after they took over Afghanistan in Justice Squad
Greater Berzerkistan: Asian nation ruled by a 'President for life' dictator in the comic-strip . The regime has indulged in Nazi-esque crimes against humanity. Doonesbury
Greater Korean Republic: North Korean occupied country consisting North and South Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, and Central-Western United States in the video game . Homefront (video game)
Grenyarnia: a nation only rich people know about. Appeared in the 30 Rock episode ' SeinfeldVision.'
Grimzinistan: Sworn enemy of Rendoosia, the country of The Adrenalini Brothers.
: French television channel Canal+ " Groland presipality."
Grünewald: tiny Germanic principality, the setting of the novel by Prince Otto Robert Louis Stevenson.
Grzkijstan: a backwaterish constituent republic of the Soviet Union in the novel Big Trouble by Dave Barry
Guadec: an African country in an episode of , led by reformist President Manu Baffong. Spooks
Guadosalam: Place in Final Fantasy X and X-2, home of the Guado.
Guamania: from the French-Canadian series Dans une Galaxie près de chez vous.
Guanduria: unstable South American nation in the 1965 film The Secret of My Success.
Guaranga: (pronounced Gwa-Ran-Gah) a pro-communist mixed African/ Latin country based on Angola, from the novel Operation Roughneck.
Guilder: The country across the Florin Channel (and the sworn enemy of Florin) in by The Princess Bride William Goldman
Gulevandia: Kingdom where the bilingual opera is set. Cardoso en Gulevandia
Guravia: a country where the first robot president was elected in the Astro Boy animated series
Gzbfernigambia: a kingdom in the film Such a Little Queen.
: a kingdom from the film Halla Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne
Hanshin Republic: A fictional country in the manga/anime series . Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle
Harmonia: a recurring antagonistic country in the series of video games. Suikoden
Hav: a European city-state in Jan Morris's novel Last Letters from Hav
Heartland: A new country carved out of the United States in the TV miniseries , comprising Amerika Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska.
Heiligwaldenstein: a small German state in "The Wisdom of Father Brown" ( s:The Wisdom of Father Brown/Chapter 12)
: a feminist utopia in the novel Herland Herland by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
Helghan Empire: a fictional superpower in a Killzone universe, largely inspired by a Nazi Germany and North Korea.
Hermajistan: a stand-in for Afghanistan in the anime version of (a change made after the Full Metal Panic September 11, 2001 attacks, as the series' protagonist had in the original version been raised in Afghanistan.)
Herzoslovakia: a small Balkan state in Agatha Christie's novels and The Secret of Chimneys The Labours of Hercules
Hetland: a kingdom from the film Such a Little Queen
Hibernia: a country resembling Ireland in the Ranger's Apprentice book series by John Flanagan (Note: Hibernia is the Latin name of Ireland)
Hidalgo: a Central American country in the Doc Savage novels and film
Hili-liland: a nation near the South Pole, founded by Ancient Romans, in the 1899 novel by A Strange Discovery Charles Romeyn Dake. It is south of Tsalal and has a more developed civilization.
Hillsdown: a duchy in Simon Green's Blue Moon Rising. Ruled by Duke Alaric.
: A region in the Pokémon games Hoenn & Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire . Pokémon Emerald
Hohenwald: the home principality of the heroine in Richard Harding Davis' (1895). The Princess Aline
Holodrum: A Land that appears in The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons Video Game. Holodrum has a sister country called 'Labrynna'.
Hopi Hari: A theme park near São Paulo, Brazil, which pretends to be a country.
: a land where horses rule. The animalistic human-like creatures in this land are called Houyhnhnms, Land of the Yahoos. From the book by Gulliver's Travels Jonathan Swift.
Howduyustan: Carl Barks' satirical version of India.
Hudatvia: a large island somewhere in the Middle East featuring in two episodes of Stingray Star Of The East and Eastern Eclipse.
Huella Islands: islands off the coast of Cayenne, mentioned in The Hardy Boys books.
Hyrule: Kingdom in the Legend of Zelda universe.
Hyrkania: pre-Ice Age kingdom in the Conan mythos, and the homeland of Red Sonja.
Idris: a small country located between Germany and France in the Mortal Instruments novels by Cassandra Clare. Home to the magic-using Shadowhunters, and concealed from normal humans. Its capital is Alicante,also known as the Glass City.
Ifuvania or Ithuvania: Eastern European country used as an experiment in Gary Larson's comic The Far Side
Illyria: Eastern European country in the play ( Les Mains Sales Dirty Hands) by Jean-Paul Sartre. Illyria is also the ancient name for the region between the Adriatic Sea and the Danube.
Imara: an African country in the 2007 series . Bionic Woman
Inagua: a Caribbean island nation in the Franco-Belgian comic . Hostile to both the United States and the Soviet Union, its dictator tries to orchestrate a Buck Danny third World War between the two superpowers.
Ingunaguay: a (presumably Latin American) state in the TV series The Replacements.
Irania: a small European kingdom from the film Trouble for Two
Iraqistan: Middle-Eastern country seen in the introduction to A combination of Iraq and Afghanistan, two of the countries invaded in the War on Terror. Have I Got News for You.
Iriadeska: South-East Asian country resembling Thailand in Frederik Pohl's short story Iriadeska's Martians
Ishkebar: a small island monarchy, resembling Sri Lanka, between India and Thailand from TV series, episode " The Suite Life of Zack & Cody Boston Holiday"
Ishmaelia: an African state, the setting for the novel by Scoop Evelyn Waugh.
: a Middle Eastern emirate in the film Ishtar Ishtar
Isla: a fictional Caribbean dictatorship in the animated series . American Dad
Isla Nublar: Spanish for "cloud island", a fictitious island 120 miles off the coast of Costa Rica, where Jurassic Park was located.
Isle of Naboombu: kingdom of anthropomorphic animals in the Disney film Bedknobs and Broomsticks
: self-isolated country in Islandia Austin Tappan Wright's novel Islandia (Note: Islandia is the Spanish name of Iceland)
Isle of Fogg: The only one of the 23 (fictitious) Outcropp Islands off the west coast of Scotland to be inhabited. It features in . San Sombrèro: A Land of Carnivals, Cocktails and Coups [1 ]
Istan: an island state in the online role-playing game, Guild Wars Nightfall
Isthmus: a version of Panama and/or Nicaragua (actually filmed in Mexico City and Acapulco, Mexico) in the James Bond film Licence to Kill
: a location in the Ivalice series. Final Fantasy
Ivory Lana: African nation in the comic strip The Phantom. Also known as Fari Lana.
: a small Ixania Balkan country of little global importance in Eric Ambler's . The Dark Frontier
Kabulstan: a xenophobic third-world military dictatorship in an episode of , probably modelled on Afghanistan and named after its capital MacGyver Kabul.
Kafaristan: from William Rose Benét's children's book The Flying King of Kurio.
: an ancient Middle-Eastern country in Kahndaq DC Comics. located on the Sinai Peninsula, between Egypt, Israel and Jordan.
Kajsa (Casha, Kasha): a sultanate from the sitcom Neighbor to Basenji. I Dream of Jeannie.
Kalampore: an African kingdom from film . Dr. Dolittle: Tail to the Chief
Kalao: an African country affected by a covered-up industrial accident in the film Panique
: a region in Kalos Pokemon X and Y Version. The region is inspired by France
Kalny: Middle Eastern country, from TV series . The Six Million Dollar Man
Kalubya: North African country, corresponding in location to Libya, in the arcade game Operation Thunderbolt
Kalya: West African country in the novel The Zinzin Road by Fletcher Knebel.
Kamaria: a Southeast Asian country (shaped as Tasmania upside down) used by the Australian Defence Forces for training purposes.
Kamanga: a Southern African country in the novel by Tenth Man Down Chris Ryan.
Kambezi: an African country occurring in several episodes of , e.g. "Black Rhino." MacGyver
Kamburu: totalitarian desert nation in the comic book mini-series . Based on Iraq or Libya, and secretly ruled by a fugitive alien. JLA: Destiny
Kamistan, Islamic Republic of: Middle-Eastern country in peace talks with USA during season 8 of 24
Kampong: from the Aubrey/Maturin novel by The Thirteen-Gun Salute Patrick O'Brian
Kandah State: a Sultanate in Ann Halam's Taylor Five; located on Borneo between Malaysia and Indonesia.
Kangan: an African nation in the novel Anthills of the Savannah by Chinua Achebe.
: region in Kanto , Pokémon Red , Blue , Yellow , Gold , Silver , Crystal , and FireRed , LeafGreen , and HeartGold . SoulSilver
Karain: Middle Eastern country in the anime Genocyber
Karak: Middle Eastern country neighboring Ajir in the TV episode "Nitro" Mission: Impossible
Karathia: Slavic monarchy in the series. Three Young Investigators
Karetsefia: Eastern European country in Elizabeth Kay's Beware of Men with Moustaches.
Karistan: Central European country in the film Legend of the White Horse
Karjastan: Central Asian country in The Sentinel
Karlova: European kingdom in Edgar Rice Burroughs's The Rider.
Karlsberg or Karlsburg: small, Germanic European kingdom in the operetta The Student Prince.
Karovia: European kingdom from the film Trouble for Two
Kartaksan: Absolute monarchy neighboring Venteżwela in Trevor Żahra's book Ħadd ma Jista Jidħak jew jiekol pastizzi tal-piżelli.
Kasja: Said to be neighbouring Basenji, in the TV sitcom I Dream of Jeannie.
: war-torn Eastern European monarchy in the Kasnia DC Animated Universe
Katanga: African country, neighboring Sierra Leone, in Frederick Forsyth's ; The Dogs of War Katanga is also a real province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Katara: an African country, neighbour of Mgunda from TV series . The Six Million Dollar Man
Katzenstok: a republic in the Balkans from TV series Road Rovers
Kaziland: tiny island nation, home to Dr. Kamikazi, the villain of the series Robotboy
Kazirstan: a non-landlocked nation in Central Asia, featured in the video game Beyond: Two Souls
Kċina: Monarchy in Trevor Żahra's book Ħadd ma Jista Jidħak jew jiekol pastizzi tal-piżelli (parody of China).
Keltic Sultanate: Islamic sultanate comprising the British Isles, from , by The Years of Rice and Salt Kim Stanley Robinson
Kenyopia: belligerent African nation in the TV series , attempting to conquer its fictitious neighbor Lyrobia Totally Spies!
Kharun: an African nation split into a North and a South by civil war with a peace deal negotiated by a fictional Danish Prime Minister in the Danish TV series Borgen.
Khembalung: a Buddhist Himalayan country whose population moves to an island in the Science in the Capital series by Kim Stanley Robinson
: an Arabic monarchy from Khemed comics The Adventures of Tintin
Khios, Kingdom of: a Muslim island kingdom in the Sea of Marmara, featured in the computer game . No One Lives Forever 2: A Spy In H.A.R.M.'s Way
Kilika: a place in and Final Fantasy X where Dona and various people live. X-2
Kimbala: an African nation from TV series . MacGyver
: an island state from Kinakuta (Queenah-Kootah) Neal Stephenson's novels and Cryptonomicon . The Baroque Cycle
Kinjanja: a newly independent African country in the film A Good Man in Africa
Kinkow: mysterious island monarchy in the South Pacific, the setting of the TV series Pair of Kings
Kipi Kipi: South Pacific island state in the TV series Pair of Kings
Klopstokia: a country whose chief export (and chief inhabitants) are "goats and nuts," from the W. C. Fields film . Million Dollar Legs
Kneebonia: a country neighboring Elbonia in the Dilbert comic-strip.
Koy4goff: an e-mail spam-exporting country located in Eastern Europe and bordering Popupistan, as reported by . Real-world location depicted as between Russia and Kazakhstan The Onion
Krakozhia: a Slavic country from the film . The Terminal
Kravonia: an Eastern European country from the novel Sophy of Kravonia by Anthony Hope and the subsequent film.
Kravta Nova, Republic of: an Eastern European nation referenced in the episode Father Ted . Speed 3
Kreplakistan: Soviet Republic from the films, likely based on the real Austin Powers Karakalpak Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, now the Republic of Karakalpakstan. (The eponymous " Kreplach" is an Eastern-European Jewish dish consisting of meat-filled dumplings.)
Kuala Rokat: a Far-Eastern country in the TV episode "The Seal" Mission: Impossible
Kukuanaland: African country in Rider Haggard's , ruled first by King Twala, then by King Ignosi. King Solomon's Mines
Kurio: from William Rose Benét's children's book The Flying King of Kurio
Kuristan: central Asian nation in the film , home to the famous jewel Mr. Magoo The Star of Kuristan.
Kurland: a kingdom in the film (but see A Royal Family Courland)
Kush: an African country in John Updike's novel The Coup
Labrynna: A Land that appears in The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages video game. Labrynna has a sister country called 'Holodrum'.
Lacroa: country in the same planet as Ark where Princess Rele and Zero: The Winged Knight is from in the anime Superior Defender Gundam Force
Laevatia: Balkan nation from Nevil Shute's Ruined City
Lampidorra: A tiny Principality in Western Europe near France, Italy, and Switzerland from the film (1952). It's so small, it makes Switzerland look the size of Mongolia. Penny Princess
Lani Lani: unknown location in Disney's Cory in The House
Lanconia: Eastern European country referenced in Jude Deveraux's romance novels
: An Eastern-European nation featured in several titles of the Latkovia Amalgam Comics crossover between Marvel Comics and DC Comics.
: a kingdom in the Latveria comic-book series ruled by tyrannical Fantastic Four Doctor Doom
: the republic in Laurania Savrola (A Tale of the Revolution in Laurania) by Winston Churchill
Lavernia: Eastern European country in the film Another Meltdown ( Bi xie lan tian)
: a country appearing in Leasath . Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception
Leutonia: Eastern European home of the Happy Wanderers (Yosh & Stan Shmenge) from SCTV
Libria: a totalitarian state in the film Equilibrium
Lichtenburg: Small European country in which Sally Adams serves as the American ambassador in the musical and film Call Me Madam Should not be confused with the historical independent duchy of Lichtenberg
Lichtenstamp: Country where Maddie is almost forced to marry an elementary school age prince in " The Suite Life on Deck"
Liebo: A fictional country in Africa from the video game Soldier of Fortune: Payback
: a land where all the people are tiny from the book Lilliput by Gulliver's Travels Jonathan Swift
Ligeria: African home of the agent Benjamin N’udu in the Canadian TV series InSecurity
Lillitania: Lilly's Imaginary Country from an episode of . Hannah Montana
Lindon: Elven kingdom in J. R. R. Tolkien's " The Lord of the Rings".
Litzenburg: neutral country in the Border Zone computer game
Lividia: mythical kingdom in the film Greater Than a Crown
Logosia: African country from the TV episode "The Crane" Mission: Impossible
Lombuanda: a small African country on the Gulf of Guinea in the episode "The Diamond" Mission: Impossible
Loompaland: a "terrible" country from Roald Dahl's 1964 children's book, . It is inhabited by dwarves called Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Oompa Loompas and is full of extremely dangerous creatures called Snozzwangers, Hornswogglers, Verminous Knids, and wicked Whangdoodles.
Lorien: the planet that the character Four comes from in the film I am Number Four
Lothlorien: (aka Lorien, the Golden Woods) Elven kingdom in J. R. R. Tolkien's " The Lord of the Rings"
Lovitzna: a state lying to the north of Maltovia, hereditary enemies of that country, from Biggles goes to War by Captain W.E. Johns.
Low Countries: from Simon Green's Beyond the Blue Moon. Capital city: Haven.
Lower Slobbovia: ice-covered wasteland from the comic strip Li'l Abner
Lualia: A pirate-infested country on the African coast in the video game Apache: Air Assault
Lucrania: pro- Nazi country bordering Germany, France and Switzerland in by Biggles - Secret Agent W. E. Johns.
Lucre Island: a pirate island in the game, Escape from Monkey Island
Lugash: Mideast nation from the series of films Pink Panther
Luggnagg: an island state about 100 leagues SE from Japan. From the book by Gulliver's Travels Jonathan Swift.
: a small independent country facing the Mediterranean Sea from Lukano video game. It neighbors Astigos, a small, peaceful island in the Mediterranean Sea. Time Crisis 3
Lutha: a small Balkan kingdom, located between Serbia and Austro-Hungary, in the novel The Mad King by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Luxenstein: a European country in the German film Princess Undercover (Eine Prinzessin zum Verlieben)
Luzon Union: a country of unspecified location in the Doc Savage novels
Lyrian: A parallel world, in the Beyonders series, that is connected to our world by magical portals. Moves at a different time rate than our world. Has magic and wizardry along with humanoid species.
Lyrobia: African nation in containing desert and rain forest environments, with an Arabic-inspired culture Totally Spies!
Macaria: utopian country from by A Description of the Famous Kingdom of Macaria Samuel Hartlib
Macho Grande: a country used in the films and Airplane! Airplane II: The Sequel
Madalu: a South-east Asian nation ruled by a dictator in episode "The Broom Cupboard". The Unit
Madripoor: a tiny independent island in the Marvel Comics, governed by bandits and located near Singapore.
Maestrazgo: a Hispanic independent kingdom in the José Juan Carrión's Blog de Heráldica.
Maguadora: a tiny Central American country in the film Whoops Apocalypse
Magyaristan: an Islamic state in the former Hungary. From by The Years of Rice and Salt Kim Stanley Robinson. (Also used to refer to Hungary satirically by the local press.)
Mahri Nui: an island that broke off of Voya Nui and sank underwater, but was covered by a giant air bubble that saved the inhabitants. Featured in BIONICLE in 2007.
Mai Chow: a fictional island located off the coast of China in Count Duckula
: from the Ursula K. LeGuin historical novel of the same name, a small Central European country ruled by the Austro-Hungarian Empire in the pre-World War I era Malafrena
Malagawi: African country in the film the Professional.
Malaguay: Country that "El" was from on the 1970s sitcom "Soap" on ABC.
Malaurak: an independent sheikdom between Syria and Iraq in the first novel by Modesty Blaise Peter O'Donnell.
Malbonia: a country whose flag is used by the protagonists of This Can't Be Happening! by Gordon Korman.
Malden: Euro-esque country invaded by Soviet Forces in the computer game Operation Flashpoint: Cold War Crisis .
Maldonia: Prince Naveen's country in Disney's film . The Princess and the Frog
Malevelosia: an island kingdom filled with supervillains in . Justice Squad
: A small town of South India. It features in the books and TV series Malgudi Malgudi Days created by the Indian writer * R.K.Narayan
Malicuria: a monarchy run by Emperor Aleister from the episode "April's Fool" of 1987 animated TV series . Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles [12 ]
Maltovia: a principality lying slightly to the north-east of the Black Sea, but still in Europe, from Biggles goes to War by Captain W.E. Johns.
Mamaland: an eastern European island mentioned in the cartoon series "Wayside".
Managua: a Central American republic in the Franco-Belgian comic . Buck Danny
Mandalia: a kingdom in Asia, located "somewhere between India, China and the Soviet Union", from the 1986 German TV series Kir Royal
Mandavia: a kingdom in the film Speed King
Mandawi: A corrupt republic featured in the TV series . Its leader is named President Syria. Largo Winch
Mandoras: A South American country where Adolf Hitler's brain was hidden in the film Madmen of Mandoras and its extended version, They Saved Hitler's Brain
Mangelo Empire: an empire surrounded by the smaller nations of Annastan, Saabierge, and Bhasaespana.
Manjipur: A country in Jonathon M. Shiff's TV series . The Elephant Princess
Mantegua: a Central American republic in . Buck Danny
Maple White Land: land of Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World
Maraguay: a South American country from film . Get Smart's Bruce and Lloyd: Out of Control
Mardi archipelago: from Herman Melville's Mardi and a Voyage Thither
Margoth: European kingdom in Edgar Rice Burroughs's The Rider
Marivellas: a volcanic island chain in the South Pacific, from . Tales of the Gold Monkey
: an independent Alpine nation in Markovia DC Comics, ruled by the superhero Geo-Force.
Marnsburg: a member of the United Nations hostile to the United States in the TV episode "Imitation" Mission: Impossible
Marshovia (Marsovia, Makovnia): small Eastern European kingdom most likely located somewhere near Transylvania in the operetta The Merry Widow
Masavania, Kosnia: European kingdoms in the film If I Were Queen
: a state in the sub-Saharan region of Africa, from the 2005 film Matobo The Interpreter
Mata Nui: The first island featured in BIONICLE (2001–2003).
Maurania: African country in video game Paradise
Mêlée Island: a pirate island in the Caribbean, from the games, part of the Tri-Island area (governed by Monkey Island Elaine Marley)
Melnibone: The land where Elric ruled and left from in the six books of Stormbringer by Michael Moorecock
: a European monarchy on the long-running U.S. soap opera Mendorra . One Life to Live
: A parody of Meropis Atlantis created by Theopompus of Chios
Mervo: an island principality in the Mediterranean in the novel by The Prince and Betty P. G. Wodehouse
Mesa de Oro: unstable Latin American island in the series. (The name means "golden table" in Spanish.) Three Young Investigators
: A cold country in the Metrofulus Cicak-Man movies.
Metru Nui: An island that consists of a large city covering it completely. It is the most important island in the BIONICLE Universe. Featured in 2004–2005.
Mgunda: An African country, neighbour of Katara from TV series . The Six Million Dollar Man
Middle Island: An island in the used as an army base during the second world war. Mediterranean sea
Midgar: Capital City from the classic game . Final Fantasy 7
Mifan: A country ruled by Emperor Chaotzu in . Also presumably the home of Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure Tien Shinhan and the Master Shen (who served as the Duke).
Milantis: Miley's imaginary country in an episode of . Hannah Montana
Mindu: The island Boz was raised in in . Pair of Kings
Miranda / The Mirandan Republic: a South American nation from Luis Buñuel's film . The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie
Mirania: The home of the College des Musiciens in Elinor Brent-Dyer's book The School by the River.
Miristan: an Asian nation from TV series (episode "Mincemeat"). Chaos
Modova: an independent Central European nation in DC Comics, ruled by the supervillain Sonar.
Mogaung: A fictional country from the video game . Soldier of Fortune: Payback
Mokoko: an African country from Turkish TV series . Kurtlar Vadisi
Moldavia: an Eastern European country from TV series (note: Moldavia really exists as a region; part of it has now become the independent state of Moldova; Moldavia was the name used for the entire country in Soviet times.) Dynasty
Moldavia (2): Eastern European country from the film Second in Command
Moldavia (3): Eastern European country from the pilot episode of . Batman and Robin
Moldavia (4): Eastern European country from the American sitcom . Roseanne
Moldavia (5): Eastern European country mentioned in the film . Ghostbusters II
Moloni Republic: a Southern African country from the video game . Metal Gear Acid
: Eastern European country from a parody travel guidebook; from the same authors as Molvanîa Phaic Tăn and San Sombrèro.
Mombaka: an African country featured in the film . Red Scorpion
Monica: an anarchist "state" in the animated series Aeon Flux
Monkey Island: a pirate-ruled island in the game The Secret of Monkey Island
Monte Alba: a small European kingdom run by king Pikola in the 1983 Czechoslovak film . It's located near the Bohemian and Germans territories. Tři veteráni
Monteblanco: a Balkan monarchy in the in 1925 film version of . Parody of The Merry Widow Montenegro.
The Monroe Republic: a totalitarian country in North America which spans some of the former American Midwest, New England and the Canadian Maritimes. It appears in the TV series Revolution.
Morevana: a kingdom in which fat is prized in the film The Slim Princess
Moribundia: from Patrick Hamilton's Impromptu in Moribundia
Morolandia: A stereotypical Arab country where Spanish secret agent Filemón, had some problems trying to buy some slippers. It appears in the comic . Los guardaespaldas
Moronica: parody of Nazi Germany from the Three Stooges shorts and You Nazty Spy . I'll Never Heil Again
Muldovia: An Arabian state with vast oilfields featured in the episode of "May-Day, May-Day!". The Secret Service
Munma Holy Republic: Islamic republic, formed out of the southern quarter of Iran and Pakistan, in manga Appleseed
Muscovy: a country broadly equivalent to Russia in one of the universes of Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials books. Muscovy is an English corruption of the Russian proper noun Moskva (Москва) and adjective moskovskiy (московский), both referring to the city of Moscow, and is used in historical works to refer to the Grand Duchy of Moscow.
: Kingdom in the Mushroom Kingdom Super Mario Bros. Series where Princess Peach is the Princess, she often gets kidnapped by Bowser and the Mario Bros, Mario and Luigi have to go rescue her.
Mypos: island nation around the Greek isles, home of Balki from Perfect Strangers
Naboombu: a fictional island in the film Bedknobs and Broomsticks
Nafrece: a European country similar to France from the anime Madlax
Nagonia: African country in Yulian Semyonov's spy novel , and in the film of the same title. TASS Is Authorized to Declare...
Nambabwe: a parody of Namibia (formerly South West Africa) during the time of its UN-supervised independence from South Africa. A spoof of the transition by the UN peace-keeping forces was the subject of a comedy film by Leon Schuster, Oh Shucks...Here Comes UNTAG.
Nambutu: a fictional African nation in the film Casino Royale
: A land from the series Narnia the Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis
Nato'wa: A land to the north of Siberia which was the homeland of the American Indians One against the wilderness (novel) by William L Chester
Natumbe: African country from TV series Dynasty
Nayak: imaginary West African country in the film La Nuit de la vérité
Nea So Copros: Near-future East Asian "corprocracy" in the novel . Cloud Atlas
Neotopia: country or city where Captain Gundam and Shute resides in the anime . Superior Defender Gundam Force
Neustern: An autonomous coastal city state invented in the paintings of artist Gary Farrelly. [13 ]
Neutralia: a version of Portugal from by Arrival and Departure Arthur Koestler
Neverland: the land where and the lost boys live Peter Pan
: a powerful state in the north of Russia and America created by Russian writer Nevoruss Grigoriy Demidovtsev
New German Republic: A technologically advanced post-apocalyptic society encompassing Central Europe that is governed by the Triax megacorporation in the Rifts role-playing game. [14 ]
New Japan: the country where the battle of Tokyo Z is fought in Dr Adam: 2099
New Swissland: a nation southwest of Greenland in the series. Captain Underpants
Ng'ombwana: an African country in the Ngaio Marsh novel . Black As He's Painted
Nibia: African country in the film . Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls
Nihilon: a country somewhere in central Europe, run by nihilists, in Alan Sillitoe's comic novel Travels in Nihilon.
Nihon-Ja: a country resembling Japan in the " Ranger's Apprentice" novels.
Nivia: from the TV series. Photon
Nollop: tiny, eccentric island state off the South Carolina coast in the novel by Ella Minnow Pea Mark Dunn. Renamed from Utopianna in 1904.
: a country featured in Nordennavic . Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation
Norgborg: Small nation located within the Arctic Circle, featured in . San Sombrèro: A Land of Carnivals, Cocktails and Coups [1 ]
North Elbonia: a Communist neighbour of Elbonia (see above); loosely based on North Korea.
North Sarrawak: a dictatorship on the coast of Borneo in the Franco-Belgian comic . Buck Danny
Nouvelle Atlantide or New Atlantis: a huge, rich, powerful, and very far from peaceful nation in Anatole France's . Penguin Island
: from the computer game Novistrana Republic: The Revolution
Nueva Andorra, Republic of: small country located in "Central Coastal South America" in the short story El Vilvoy de las Islas by . Apparently named after the Pyrenine principality of Avram Davidson Andorra.
Nueva Tierra: a Latin American military republic featured in the TV episode "The Code" Mission: Impossible
Nuevo Rico: South American country from , neighbouring The Adventures of Tintin San Theodoros, probably a parody of the country Puerto Rico.
Nukehavistan: An allegedly nuclear-armed country within the former Soviet Union, depicted by The Onion as adjacent to Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan. [15 ]
Nuku'la Atoll: An archipelago in the South Pacific and former colony of the French colonial empire featured in . San Sombrèro: A Land of Carnivals, Cocktails and Coups [1 ]
Paflagonia: in William Makepeace Thackeray's " The Rose and the Ring" (1854) (see also Crim Tartary).
Paiiz: A republic that joins pact against communist threat from the novel Operation Roughneck.
Pala: island utopia in Aldous Huxley's . Island
Palmont: from Need For Speed Carbon.
: home of the Palombia Marsupilami from the and Spirou et Fantasio comics. Marsupilami
Panau: An island nation in southeast Asia, the setting for the video game Just Cause 2.
Panem: Totalitarian dictatorship in a dystopian United States that consists of thirteen districts, which arose after the fall of America in the Suzanne Collins trilogy, . The Hunger Games
Panquita: European monarchy mentioned in second season of the anime . A member of that nation's royal family, Yakitate!! Japan Princess Anne, was a guest judge at the baking exhibition.
Palmolive: A European Country found to the west of England with Capital City as Rai and having main towns: Caro, Algatia, Esha, Safaira, Nova, Phoenix, Ducray and Rosa. A country found in the computer game . SimCity 4
Papilloma: Small European Kingdom, later Republic, from film . Papilloma is a tiny and poor Spanish outpost on the heel of Italy. Last ruler was King Javier. Kath & Kimderella
Parador: Latin American country in the film . Moon Over Parador
Paragonia: Latin American country in the film . The Americano
Parazuela: Latin American country in the film . The Magnificent Two
Parmistan: the setting for the 1985 film . It is said to be in the Gymkata Hindu Kush mountain range.
Paslan: a Russian breakaway republic featured in the 2009 science-fiction film . Universal Soldier: Regeneration
Pathos: neighbor of Mypos, part of a different Tri-Island Area in Perfect Strangers
: an island nation somewhere in the Patusan South China Sea in the film as well as in the film Surf Ninjas The Last Electric Knight and the TV series . Also mentioned in Sidekicks by Lord Jim Joseph Conrad.
Peaceland: European country featured in the anime , which was once a theme park, but formed its own nation. It is neutral in all conflicts, on earth and beyond, has no taxes, and has a great banking system similar to that of Switzerland. Nadesico Ruri Hoshino aka "Ruri Ruri", a famous character of the series, is originally a princess from there.
Pelegostos: an island from the film , inhabited by cannibals. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
: in the 1908 novel by Penguin Island ( L'île des Pingouins) Anatole France, an island in the North Sea where penguins were miraculously transformed into humans (and which is in fact a satirical view of France).
: Land ruled by Admin Clara from Project Rockstar. People's Republic of Clara
Pepeslavia: from film starring Mario Moreno " Su Excelencia Cantinflas". A parody of the U.S.S.R.
Pepperland: from film The Beatles' . It was a peaceful, psychedelic land that was attacked by the Blue Meanies. Yellow Submarine
Percebelandia ( Republic of): A country in danger due to the mercenaries of Cefalopodia. Spanish secret agentes Mortadelo y Filemón help them to win the war in the comic . Los mercenarios [17 ]
Perusalem: land ruled by in the short satiric play by The Inca of Perusalem George Bernard Shaw
Petoria: from the " E. Peterbus Unum" episode of Family Guy
Petrosia: from the " Air Strike" 2005 American film. Is a European country with post-Soviet looking, Cyrillic alphabet and militians equipped with AK's.
: South East Asian country from a parody travel guidebook; from the same authors as Phaic Tăn Molvanîa and San Sombrèro.
Pharamaul: a British island protectorate five hundred miles off the southwest coast of Africa from the novel The Tribe That Lost Its Head by Nicholas Monsarrat.
Phatt Island: an island in the Caribbean in the game Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge
Pfennig Halbpfennig: presumably German/Eastern European Grand Duchy and setting for the operetta , by The Grand Duke Gilbert and Sullivan. Notable for an unusual law regarding "Statutory Duels", in which duelists compete by drawing playing cards - the loser then dies and becomes a "legal ghost".
Pianostan: a country once visited by where its people remain happy so long as their King remains miserable Inspector Gadget
Picta: a country resembling Scotland in the Ranger's Apprentice book series by John Flanagan
Pigmania: A pig-shaped country featured in the 1942 cartoon . Blitz Wolf
Pilchardian Republic-:A European republic seen in a newsreel report in the Tin Tin book . The Blue Lotus
People's Republic of Pineland: a country that in real life consists of fifreen counties of central U.S. State of North Carolina. It is used for United States Army Special Forces training, with local North Carolinian civilian volunteers portraying the "Pinelanders".
The Pit: A dome of the Matoran Universe in BIONICLE used by the Order of Mata Nui to hold the universe's most dangerous people.
: Is The Never Fairy Kingdom in Pixie Hollow Neverland, where Tinker Bell and her tiny fairy friends live and dwell.
Plunder Island: a pirate island in the Caribbean in the game , part of the Tri-Island area (governed by Elaine Marley) The Curse of Monkey Island
: a country situated roughly in the south of France in the books of Poictesme James Branch Cabell
Poketopia: Place Where Pokémon Trainers around the world battle pokémon in the video game Pokémon Battle Revolution.
: A former Soviet Republic in the DC Comics universe formerly ruled by General Zod Pokolistan
Pokoponesia: island nation from the animated version of The Tick
Poldavia: A Eastern European republic where the Consul was attacked and mistaken for Tin Tin by Mitsuhirato and his thugs in the book The Blue Lotus
Poldévie: Eastern European country in a famous petition in the 1930s and in many novels by Jacques Roubaud.
Polrugaria: Archetypal Communist-ruled country, "heavily modelled on Poland" in [18 ] Isaac Deutscher's 1952 essay "The Tragic Life of a Polrugarian Minister" ( ).
Pomerania: a nation in the film . It has a navy which accepts non-Pomeranians. Not to be confused with the real Anchors Aweigh Pomerania, formerly a region in Poland and Germany
Pontevedro: a poverty-stricken Grand Duchy situated deep in the Balkans from the comedy play L'Attaché d'ambassade by Henri Meilhac and the subsequent operetta and film . Pontevedro is a veiled reference to the Balkan country of Montenegro. The Merry Widow
Porchesia: A small, peaceful apocryphal island nation inhabited primarily by persons of Lebanese descent; according to Uncyclopedia, the nation's flag depicts a unicorn.
Porto Guava: A small police state in Latin America featured in the episode " Joe 90 Big Fish".
: a tiny island nation in Latin America visited by Porto Santo Steve Urkel in the episode "South of the Border" (Note: Porto Santo is a real island of Family Matters Madeira Archipelago).
Potarneyland, Republic of: A country situated somewhere on the Indian subcontinent and featured in several episodes of . The Navy Lark
Pottibakia: Balkan country from the short story "What Does it Matter? A Morality" by E. M. Forster. Capital city: Ekarest.
: from Pottsylvania Jay Ward's The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show
Povia: a small monarchy in the Balkans in the TV episode "The Heir Apparent" Mission: Impossible
Poyais: a fictional Central American country invented by the 19th Century adventurer Gregor MacGregor in order to gain a lot of money from credulous people in Britain and France
Pulsovia: an Eastern European country where Jarek comes from in the Spanish sketch program . La hora de José Mota
Prajevitza: a former socialist republic in Eastern Europe, in the Spanish-French film (1993), directed by Krapatchouk Enrique Gabriel
Prance: Parody of France in Homestar Runner.
Radiata: the setting of the video game Radiata Stories
Ragaan: Southeast Asian country, located between Thailand and Malaysia, in the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's TV series Embassy
: underwater city-state in the video game Rapture Bioshock and its sequel. Founded as an anarcho-libertarian utopia; by the timeframe of the games, a chaotic dystopia.
Ramat: rich Middle Eastern country overthrown by revolutionaries in Agatha Christie's detective novel Cat Among the Pigeons
Raspur: defined as "a nonexistent but real-sounding country" in the movie The grand Marjat says of it "I hope it's someplace in the Mediterranean." What's Up, Tiger Lily?
Rauick: The country name as well as the capital from Realm of Empires, the king is CassusFett
Ravi: an Indian Princely State in John Masters' The Ravi Lancers
Razkavia: Germanic country in Philip Pullman's The Tin Princess
Realia: wartorn Latin American republic in the video game Boiling Point: Road to Hell
Redonda, Kingdom of: a fictional kingdom in today's Antigua and Barbuda's island of Redonda.
Réndøosîa / Rendoosia: an Eastern European country that experiences an unusually high rate of natural disasters in animation. The Amazing Adrenalini Brothers
La Republica de los Bananas: from the board game , a literal Junta banana republic
República de los Cocos: a small, neutral Latin American state in the 1966 film "Su Excelencia" starring Mario Moreno or Cantinflas
Republic of Bergen: Small Scandinavian nation (and the native country of main character Albert Grabner) in the video game Front Mission: Gun Hazard
Republic of French Stereotypes: A future country hated by everyone in Futurama
República Popular del Tandil: Republic located inside Argentinian territory, with almost five person with passport, and one embassy in Spain
Rezzapyrk: (pronounced Rezza-Perk) A Balkanesque communist country from the novel Operation Roughneck.
Rhodia: African nation in the comic strip The Phantom. Possibly based on Rhodesia
Riallaro: from Godfrey Sweven's Riallaro, the Archipelago of Exiles
Riechtenburg: a German-speaking principality roughly corresponding to Liechtenstein in the Dornford Yates thrillers Blood Royal and Fire Below
: the home of Robo-Hungarian Empire Bender's uncle in Futurama; a parody of Austria-Hungary
Rockport: from the video game Need for Speed: Most Wanted
Rogatine: pre-ice age kingdom, home of Red Sonya
Rolisica: country in the film ; apparently a conglomeration of the USA and USSR Mothra
Romanovia: Eastern European country featured in the comedy . Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story Dodgeball is the national sport.
Ronguay: a tiny South American country in . Ducktales
: Country in Rohan J. R. R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings series.
Rudyardia: a white supremacist Central Africa state in Marvel Comics, bordering the equally fictional Wakanda. Probably named after Rudyard Kipling.
Rumackistan: a country in the episode "Bitter Reunions". Danny Phantom
: a German-speaking kingdom in central Europe from Ruritania Anthony Hope's and associated works. The Prisoner of Zenda
Rubovia: a kingdom in central Europe. The location of the BBC children's television puppet series A Rubovian Legend
Rukovia: a Balkan democracy from TV series (episode "Defending Sophia"). Chaos
Rumekistan: a fictional country in Marvel Comics ruled by Flag-Smasher.
: a kingdom in an unknown location in Rundoon Peter and the Secret of Rundoon
Runovia: the US's opponent in various international sports in Roger Ramjet
Sachenia: a tiny state close to the Alps in the film Herz ohne Krone
Sacramento: a Caribbean Island from Érico Veríssimo's novel, ( O Senhor Embaixador The Ambassador), heavily based on Cuba.
Sahelise Republic: African country mentioned in The West Wing
Sahrani: Atlantic island divided into the northern communist Democratic Republic of Sahrani and the oil-rich democratic monarchy of the Kingdom of South Sahrani in the video game Armed Assault
: an island nation located somewhere in the Saint Georges Island Arabian Sea. It was the centrepoint of the episode A Victory for Democracy from the sitcom, . Yes, Prime Minister
Saint Marie : an island in the Caribbean near to Guadeloupe, the setting for the TV series (2011) Death in Paradise
Salcedo: a fictional country in the Amazon basin in the video game Apache: Air Assault
Salkikas: a micro-island near Portugal created by Salainas in his book Tía Yayi
Salamia: a country in the Middle East in the Tamil film Vikram
Salouf: Arabic oil-rich monarchy in the film Where the Spies Are
Salvjakestan: After World War II, British India declared independence from Britain with the same land forms to form Salvjakestan in the Death Enrising Novels
Samaru: French-speaking island group featured in the Australian naval drama (not to be confused with the town of Samaru in northern Sea Patrol Nigeria)
: Eastern European kingdom in Samavia Frances Hodgson Burnett's The Lost Prince
San Borodin: small island state in the Atlantic ("the only independent Canary Isle") in the novel by The Business Iain Banks.
San Borodin: small island state in the Atlantic near Canary Islands in the novel "The Dragon Tree" by Victor Canning.
San Carlos: Latin American nation in the film Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection
San Cordova: a democracy in Latin America from the TV episode "The Elixir" Mission: Impossible
San Cristobal: a Latin American democracy in the TV episode "The Code" Mission: Impossible
San Cristobal (2): a nation featured in the TV series Automan
San Cristóbal: a Latin American country of Lola Hernandez cited in the season finale of Hot Properties
San Cristobel: a tropical island country in TV series. The Guiding Light
San Do Mar: Central American nation, a haven for criminals, in several novels by Harry Stephen Keeler; it is the setting for "The Gallows Waits, My Lord."
San Esperaldo: Small Pacific island part of French Polynesia in the movie Kilinoi.
San Esperito: Caribbean island nation from the video game . Translated in English means "St. espionage". Just Cause
San Ferino: a European monarchy from German film . Eine Krone für Isabell
Sangala: a war-torn West African nation where a military coup took place; featured in the television film and 24: Redemption . 24 (season 7)
San Glucos: from episode " The Simpsons Sweets and Sour Marge"
San Gordio: a kingdom in the film The Cowboy Prince
Sanjania: a North Atlantic island in Steohen Marche's 2007 novel Shining at the Bottom of the Sea
: a tiny, rocky island nation located in the Caribbean Sea in San Lorenzo Kurt Vonnegut's Cat's Cradle
San Lorenzo (2): Latin American country in the animated TV series, where Arnold's parents met and where he was born. Hey Arnold!
San Lorenzo (3): a European country, former British colony from TV series (episode "The San Lorenzo Job"). Leverage
San Lorenzo (4): a poor Latin American country, from TV series . The Six Million Dollar Man
: Latin American republic in San Marcos Woody Allen's comedy Bananas
San Marcos (2): Caribbean island from an episode of The A-Team
San Marcos (3): South American country in an episode of Alarm für Cobra 11 – Die Autobahnpolizei
San Marcos (4): civil-war torn Central American country in an episode of . MacGyver
San Martin: Dangerous, improverished South American banana republic, ruled by a military dictator, in the Frederick Forsyth novel . Located between Avenger French Guyana and Surinam, known as "Dutch Guyana" prior to Independence
San Miguel: small South/Central American dictatorship in the film Deal of the Century
San Monique: Caribbean island nation, the premier of which is the drug lord villain in the James Bond film Live and Let Die
San Pablo: a Latin American country in the TV series. Danger Man
San Pascal: a Latin American country in the TV episode "The Catafalque" Mission: Impossible
San Pasquale: South American country in . Possibly based on Bolivia or Panama. Commander in Chief
San Pedro: from the Sherlock Holmes story " The Adventure of Wisteria Lodge"
San Pedro (2): South American country in the film Hour of the Assassin
San Saludos: impoverished Latin American dictatorship in the American TV series , episode "Viva Smart." Get Smart
San Salvacion: a land-locked country heavily mentioned in " Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies"
San Salvador: a banana republic in constant, but frivolous civil wars that are fought for show only, in the humor book series by pseudonym Ryhmy ja Romppainen Armas J. Pulla. [19 ]
San Sebastian: a Caribbean island featured in the RKO Pictures films , I Walked With a Zombie and The Ghost Ship . Zombies on Broadway
: an island nation featured in an elaborate April Fools' Day hoax on 1 April 1977 in the British newspaper San Seriffe . The Guardian
: a Central American country from a parody travel guidebook; from the same authors as San Sombrèro Molvanîa and Phaic Tăn.
: a South American nation featured in several of San Theodoros , stories, home of General Alcazar The Adventures of Tintin
Santa Banana: Central American country in the film Elvis Gratton
Santa Costa: Caribbean island dictatorship from the pilot episode of . Appears to lie about halfway between Cuba and the Venezuelan coast on a map seen – briefly – at the start of the episode. Mission: Impossible
Santa Cristal: Central American country in the film Santa Cristal
Santa Marina: a South American country ruled by a military junta, featured in the episode " Joe 90 The Fortress".
Santa Paragua: Latin American country from the videogame James Bond 007: The Stealth Affair
Santa Prisca: Latin American country in DC Comics, home to Batman's enemy Bane
Santa Ventura: Caribbean island country in an episode of , hostile to the United States government, has some sympathizers who betray an American science vessel to the country The Six Million Dollar Man
Santales: a small Latin American democracy, from the episode "Trek" Mission: Impossible
Sapin: A country featured in the video game, Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War
Sapogonia: imaginary country, located somewhere to the south of Mexico, where all mestizos come from, in the novel Sapogonia by Ana Castillo
Saradia: Middle Eastern country in the film Godzilla vs. Biollante
Sarahtopia: Sarah's imaginary country in an episode of . Hannah Montana
: Kingdom in the Mario Bros. Series where Princess Daisy is the Princess. Sarasaland
Sarkhan: Southeast Asian country from the 1958 novel by The Ugly American William Lederer and Eugene Burdick and the subsequent 1963 film and a 1965 sequel Sarkhan by the same authors.
Saroczia: Eastern European country which serves as a terrorist basis in the video game , and which the United States invades. Winback
Saudi-Israelia: Mentioned to be the 51st state of the United States in the future-set episode " The Simpsons Future-Drama".
Sauville: A small European country in light novel series by Gosick Kazuki Sakuraba.
Scabb Island: an anarchic pirate island in the Caribbean in the game Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge
Schiermeeuwenoog: a Dutch island from the -series, became independent and reverted in comic and film. Sjors & Sjimmie
The Triple Monarchy of : the "fourth-largest empire in Europe" during the 19th century in the Scythia– Pannonia– Transbalkania Dr. Engelbert Eszterhazy stories by Avram Davidson. Modeled after Austria-Hungary.
Selgina: a small country located high in the Himalayas in the film Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster
Seravno: a Balkan republic from the episode Old Man Out in Mission Impossible
Sercia: a republic in video game Time Crisis
Serdaristan: an Eastern European country in the video game Battlefield: Bad Company
Serena Republic: a small country mentioned in the video game Metal Gear Acid 2
Sevii Islands: A region of islands in . Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen
: Southeast Asian state in the 1994 film Shadaloo , based on the Street Fighter Capcom computer game (in which the same word was used to describe various other things, including a criminal organisation). In the television series , a similar name, Street Fighter II V Shadowlaw, referred to a master organization controlled by Bison which several lesser syndicates operated under.
: African monarchy from Shakobi TV series, episode "The Royal Treatment" That's So Raven
Shakoor: a kingdom located near India in whose ruler, Princess Rana ( Count Duckula Ruby Wax), collected various Transylvanian antiques and later fell in love with the show's eponymous hero.
: a mystical, harmonious valley, enclosed in the western end of the Shangri-La Himalaya in James Hilton's novel Lost Horizon
Shipwreck Cove: an island composed of ship wrecks in the film . Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
: A fictional country in The Shire J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. Mainly inhabited by Hobbits. Its capital is Michel Delving.
: a kingdom from the film Shundi which was filmed by Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne Satyajit Ray from a novel by Upendrakishore Raychoudhury
Shmoldovia: an Eastern European country mentioned from the show . Johnny Test
Sibirska: An independent nation located in the Uralic region in the video game Front Mission: Gun Hazard
: the "last existing appanage republic of the USSR", a fake country created by Soviet Unterzoegersdorf monochrom for theatre performances and computer games
: a South American country often used as a satire of Sierra Gordo banana republics in the G.I. Joe comic book series published by Marvel Comics.
SimNation: a country featured in video games by Maxis, including the series and SimCity . The capital is The Sims , revealed in the SimCity politics career track in . The Sims 2
: The country featured in the Sinnoh Nintendo games , Pokémon Diamond and Pearl . The main religious beliefs there are that Platinum Arceus, Dialga, Palkia and Giratina created the world.
Skandia: a country resembling Scandinavia in the Ranger's Apprentice book series by John Flanagan
Skandistan: Islamic state comprising what was formerly Scandinavia. From the alternate history book by The Years of Rice and Salt Kim Stanley Robinson
Skeptos: neighbor of Mypos, part of a different Tri-Island Area in Perfect Strangers
: from Skull Island films King Kong
: a small pirate island in the Caribbean in the game Skull Island The Curse of Monkey Island
a.k.a. Slabovia United Slabovian Empire: a land-locked country with a frustrated navy. It is referred to in The May Day Impromptu and several other works by Canadian playwright Patrick Goddard (an award winning English playwright working out of Montreal, Quebec).
Slabovia a.k.a. : the last remaining communist state in the Eastern Europe. It is seen in the comedy show The People's Republic of Slabovia KNTV.
: a Balkan communist country in The People's Republic of Slaka Malcolm Bradbury's Rates of Exchange and its sequel Why Come to Slaka?
Slavatania: an imaginary country from the TV series made up by Faith in the episode "Natal Attraction" when she tells her gynaecologist that her father is the prince of the country Hope & Faith
Slavosk: a country in Eastern Europe from the TV series . Drake must travel to Slavosk to rescue the supposed sister of a famous professor from this country. Danger Man
Slobovia: a communist satellite in Eastern Europe whose Consulate is the centre of action in Ignorant Armies by Sam Wharton
Sloravia: a country mentioned in "Onion Movie"
Slorenia: a small Baltic nation in Marvel Comics, its entire population was wiped out.
Slovetzia: a tiny country in Eastern Europe in the movie . Slovetzia is located between The Beautician and the Beast Romania, Ukraine and Hungary; situated roughly in Trans-Carpathia, a real region in the Ukraine. The republic is portrayed as a post-communist Eastern European dictatorship.
: between England and the Island of Sodor Isle of Man, the setting for the Reverend Awdry's railway network managed by "The Fat Controller" Thomas the Tank Engine
Sonzola: African republic mentioned in the novels of Christopher Brookmyre
Sotho: a kingdom in Africa mentioned in a 1997 episode of the German TV series Küstenwache (note: the name and the royalist form of government seem to refer to the real existing Kingdom of Lesotho – however, in the episode, the King of Sotho comes to Germany to order ships for his coastguard, which would not make any sense for the real Lesotho, since the country is landlocked).
: an island between "Utopia and Oceana", where English mariners form a communal society. Spensonia
: Location where Tidus and other characters in Spira Final Fantasy X and X-2 are from.
Spydravania: a small island nation or enclave as it has been shown geographically located of the coast of Somalia and located on the border between Sudan, Central African Republic and Chad. It is home to Spydra, the villainess of the Gadgetboy series. The country's full name is the Queendom of Spydravania.
Stenden: a very beautiful island continent in the Pacific Ocean, popularized by S.J. in 8000 BCE
Strong Badia: Strong Bad's self-declared country that was once able to expand and take over the municipality. Appears in Homestar Runner.
Strackenz, Duchy of: A tiny European country in the novel by Royal Flash George MacDonald Fraser that borders Denmark and Germany. It is threatened with invasion by both countries as a result of the Schleswig-Holstein Question.
South Honduras A Latin American country in the Archie comics series where billionaire industrialist Hiram Lodge owns a factory there.
Svenborgia: a country only rich people know about. Appears in the 30 Rock episode ' SeinfeldVision.'
Sunda: in Eric Ambler's State of Siege, is similar to [20 ] Indonesia but much smaller, confined to a single island. (In reality there is a Sunda Strait and many islands known collectively as the Sunda Islands, but no specific one island with the name.)
Suroq: Middle Eastern country from the TV episode "Terror" Mission: Impossible
Svardia: a tiny European republic from the episode "The Train" Mission: Impossible
: Balkan monarchy featured in four stories of Syldavia , neighbouring The Adventures of Tintin Borduria
: belligerent neighbor to Sylvania Freedonia in the film Duck Soup
Sylvania (II): European monarchy in the 1929 musical The Love Parade
Symkaria: a small Eastern European country from Marvel Comics, the homeland of renowned mercenary Silver Sable
Taftan: Middle Eastern country, from TV series . The Bionic Woman
Taka-Tuka-Land: South Pacific island kingdom in the third of Astrid Lindgren's Pippi Longstocking books, 1948's Pippi in the South Seas. Ruled by Pippi's father.
Takistan: The Middle Eastern country which provides the setting of the PC game . ARMA 2: Operation Arrowhead
Tanah Masa: island near Sumatra in Karel Čapek's 1936 novel War with the Newts.
Tandoori: an Islamic country from film . Road Trip: Beer Pong
Tanquir: Kingdom referenced in the American soap opera in the 1980s and 1990s. Another World
Taprobane: an island country from Arthur C. Clarke's novel The Fountains of Paradise, described by him as "about ninety percent congruent with the island of Ceylon (now Sri Lanka)." "Taprobane" is one of the historic names of Sri Lanka.
Taronia: from the film Thirty Day Princess
Tawaki: from the film Man of the Moment
Tazbekstan: from the British spy drama Spooks, a country with large gas reserves.
Tazbekistan: a former Soviet Republic in Central Asia in the British comedy drama series Ambassadors. Also a country in Deadlock by Julia Golding
Tazirstan: A mountainous country in Asia in the video game Apache: Air Assault
: South American country from the film Tecala Proof of Life.
Tecan: Central American country in the novel A Flag for Sunrise by Robert Stone
Termina: the country in which the game takes place. Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
Terresta: European country in the film His Royal Highness
Tescara: European island nation and free trade zone, the place of origin of the suspects of CSI: New York's season 1 episode 19 - 'Crime and Misdemeanor.'
Texarkana ( map): A powerful city-state established in a postapocalyptic southwestern United States in Walter Miller's . A Canticle for Leibowitz
Thembria: an Arctic communist dictatorship inhabited by anthropomorphic boars in the 1990s Disney animated TV series . Tale Spin
Thermosa: Kingdom on the 1920 film and on the 1926 remake His Royal Slyness Long Fliv the King
Thirteenth Federated Constitutional Republic of Greater San Miguel: Featured in the episode ‘Wild Bull of the Pampas’ with Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. Larry Storch as its General, and commander of his country's Army, Navy and Air force. This country is located at the foot of a mountain somewhere near Brazil.
Thulahn: small, impoverished Himalayan monarchy bearing a resemblance to Bhutan, in the novel by The Business Iain Banks.
Tibecuador: A poor, rainforested Central American country in , its name being a portmanteau of The Fairly Oddparents Tibet & Ecuador. Made up by the show's protagonist, then wished into existence to cover up the lie.
Tierrapaulita: A country devoted to the study of sorcery in Miguel Ángel Asturias' novel . Mulata de tal
Tierra Verde: small island near Central American in Marvel Comics, home to mutant La Bandera.
Tijata: Central American dictatorship from the film The In-Laws
Tirania (also Republic of Tirania): a country governed by dictator Bruteztrausen; Spanish secret agents Mortadelo and Filemón helped depose Bruteztrausen and president Rompetechen was then elected. Another version of this country appears in the film [21 ] . La gran aventura de Mortadelo y Filemón
: Eastern-European Cobra stronghold; location of many stories from the Trans-Carpathia G.I. Joe comic book line
Tri City: from Need for Speed Undercover.
Toga Toga Islands: South Pacific island nation featured on The A-Team
Tomainia: Nazi Germany-like country from the film , ruled by Adenoid Hynkel The Great Dictator
Tontecarlo: a gambler's paradise in the Superlópez comic-books. A pun based on Montecarlo, with "Tonte" referring to the Spanish word tonto (fool).
Townsville: City where Professor Utonium & The Powerpuff Girls Live in the TV Series The Powerpuff Girls.
Transeuratia: Used by the SIS ( MI6) [22 ]
Transia: Eastern European country in Marvel Comics, home to Avengers members Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver.
Transmania: a state in Get Smart, probably located in Europe.
Transvalia: in Leon Schuster's comedy film "Sweet and Short", a parody of the so-called " Boerestaat" of Orania (a proposed whites-only "homeland" that right-wing Afrikaners wished to establish after South Africa's transition to democracy in 1994).
Tratvia: A country in Europe that formed the setting for the radio series , which dealt with the trials and tribulations of the British Ambassador to Tratvia and the foreign relations between Tratvia and the United Kingdom. It would later feature in several episodes of the related radio series The Embassy Lark . The Navy Lark
Trebekiguay: A remote, South American country (that you've probably never heard of) where Loco Uno is (supposedly) from, and Indie travels to for the International Fixture Expos and Vegan Chili Cook-Off on the YouTube sitcom " MyMusic",
Trebond: a fiction based country ruled by King Jonathon IV of Trebond and Thayet jian Wilima (his wife), first appearance is in the book Alanna: The First Adventure by Tamora Pierce.
Treedonia, Free Independent Republic of: a nation-state in the TV series . Out of Jimmy's Head
Trent, Grand-Duchy of: European Grand-Duchy from the TV episode "The Choice". Mission: Impossible
Tribia: a country created by William Griffin on the site www.tribianet.com
Trobokistan: former Soviet satellite nation in TV series. Totally Spies!
Tropico: an island nation in the Caribbean in the Tropico computer game
Trucial Abysmia: Middle Eastern country in the G.I. Joe comics.
Tsalal: an island in the novel by The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym Edgar Allan Poe and its sequel by An Antarctic Mystery Jules Verne
Turaqistan: a Middle Eastern country in the film , based on War, Inc. Iraq and occupied by a former US Vice President.
Twilight Town: in the video game . Kingdom Hearts II
Tyrania: setting for the 1982 film adaptation of (in the Evil Under the Sun Agatha Christie novel, the story takes place in Devon)
Tyranistan: An Asian country and former member of the Soviet Union featured in . San Sombrèro: A Land of Carnivals, Cocktails and Coups [1 ]
Tyrgyzstan: a former Soviet republic in . The State Within
Ubeki-beki-beki-beki-stan-stan: a semi-parodic name for a generic South or Central Asian country coined in 2011 by Republican Presidential candidate Herman Cain.
Udrogoth: a barbarian kingdom, the setting of the Disney animated TV series Dave the Barbarian.
Ulgia: a politically unstable country in the anime Noir
Ünderland: a small, hellish duchy bordering Michigan in the animated TV series . p parody of The Venture Bros. Latveria; ruled by the supervillain Baron Ünderbheit, himself a parody of Dr. Doom.
Unaudited Arab Emirates: parody of the United Arab Emirates in the mock tourist guide . San Sombrèro: A Land of Carnivals, Cocktails and Coups [1 ]
United Asian Republic: has a population of 200 million in the 2068 setting of the TV series ; mentioned in the episodes " Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons Winged Assassin" and " The Launching".
United Civilized States: the 22nd-century remnants of the United States and Canada in the computer game . Earth 2140
United Federation of Nations: a UN-like supranational alliance grouping states hostile to the Britannian Empire in the anime series . Code Geass
United Federation of Planets: a fictional interplanetary federal republic depicted in the Star Trek television series and motion pictures and referenced in the song Banditos by Roger Clyne and members of The Refreshments. [23 ] [24 ]
United North American States: a nation consisting of Canada USA and Mexico in the Mass Effect universe founded in 2096.
: a nation created by the conquest of Iraq by Iran in Tom Clancy's novel United Islamic Republic . Executive Orders
The United Species of America, Earth-C's version of the United States of America, as seen in . The capital of the United Species is Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew Waspington, DC.
The United States of : Howard's country on Duckworld in the film version of Anatidae . The capital is Marshington, D.C. Howard the Duck
United States of Earth: a country consisting of all of the present day countries by the year 3000 in Futurama
Unistat: analogue of the United States of America in the of Schrödinger's Cat trilogy Robert Anton Wilson
United State of Grisee: a country in East Java from the novel If My City is a Country by Rio Fariska.
United North American States: The union of all countries in North America in Tim LaHaye's and Jerry B. Jenkins' Left Behind series.
United South American States: The union of all countries in South America in Tim LaHaye's and Jerry B. Jenkins' Left Behind series
United Great Britain States: The renamed United Kingdom in Tim LaHaye's and Jerry B. Jenkins' Left Behind series
United European States: The union of all countries in Europe (Except the United Kingdom and Greece) in Tim Lahaye's and Jerry B. Jenkins' Left Behind series
United African States: The union of all African countries except Egypt (later renamed Osaze) in Tim LaHaye's and Jerry B. Jenkins' Left Behind series
United Pacific States: The union of Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, and the surrounding islands in Tim LaHaye's and Jerry B. Jenkins' Left Behind series
United Asian States: The union of most of the countries in Asia, primarily China, Japan, and Korea, in Tim LaHaye's and Jerry B. Jenkins' Left Behind series
United Indian States: The union of India, Bangladesh, and surrounding countries in Tim LaHaye's and Jerry B. Jenkins' Left Behind series
United Russian States: The union of Russia, and most of the countries of the USSR in Tim LaHaye's and Jerry B. Jenkins' Left Behind series
United Carpathian States (formerly known as the United Holy Land States): The union of all Middle Eastern countries, Greece, and Romania in Tim LaHaye's and Jerry B. Jenkins' Left Behind series. Renamed to United Carpathian States after Nicolae Carpathia's resurrection from the dead.
: a region in the Pokémon games Unova . Pokémon Black and White
: a country that appeared in Ustio and was briefly mentioned in Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War . Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War
Uqbar: doubly fictional land created as part of a plot to undermine reality in Jorge Luis Borges's Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius
: from Utopia Thomas More's based on De Optimo Reipublicae Statu deque Nova Insula Utopia Plato's perfect society set in Sicily.
Ubomo: an unstable African dictatorship between Lake Kivu and Lake Edward in Wilbur Smith's novel . Elephant Song
Vadeem: state who's prime minister gangsters try to kidnap in the episode "Raphael Drives 'em Wild" of 1987 animated TV series . Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles [25 ]
: Spanish-speaking country resembling Val Verde Nicaragua, in the films , Commando , Predator and Die Hard 2 . Jurassic Attack
Valaria: a kingdom in the film The Colonel of the Red Hussars.
Valeria: Spanish speaking democracy from episode "Wheels". Mission: Impossible
Valeska: a tropical country from the Three Stooges short Saved by the Belle.
: a fictional fallen empire in the Valyria novels. A Song of Ice and Fire
Vandreka: see Bandrika.
Vanutu: a tiny South Pacific nation comprising four atolls from the novel by State of Fear Michael Crichton; not to be confused with the real Republic of Vanuatu.
Varania: the land ruled by Prince Djaro, whom the Three Investigators meet and befriend in the novel ; more than half of the novel is set in the country, and it would be the only novel about the trio, to be set outside the US. The Mystery of the Silver Spider
Varina: a former country in Eastern Europe that attempts to regain country status in Peter Dickinson's YA novel Shadow of a Hero.
Vasaria: A fictional Central European state which serves as the setting for a number of classic horror films produced by Universal Studios during the 1940s. Specifically: , Ghost of Frankenstein , House of Frankenstein and Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man . House of Dracula
Venteżwela: A country neighboring Kartaksan in Trevor Żahra's book Ħadd ma Jista Jsaltan jew jieħu tron li mhux tiegħu (parody of Venezuela).
Versovia: dictatorship from Australian children's miniseries from Eugenie Sandler P.I. ABC Kids.
Vespugia: South American nation located in Patagonia, site of ancient step pyramids and a history of some Welsh settlement; in books by Madeleine L'Engle. In an alternate timeline it was ruled by a dictator who threatened nuclear warfare.
Veyska: Baltic state suffering dictatorial rule in the TV episode "The Astrologer". Mission: Impossible
Vien-tan: Southeast Asian nation in the Franco-Belgian comic , where it stands in for Vietnam. Buck Danny
Vigata: Town in Sicily, in which it happen the stories of Commissario Montalbano, a novel by Andrea Camilleri.
Vilena: a small island nation in Mexican Gulf from movie . The Expendables
Voodoo Island: Island in the James Bond film where Bond goes to apprehend Mr. Big. Live and Let Die
Volsinia: the country with unknown location in Dr Trifulgas: A Fantastic Tale by Jules Verne.
Vosnia: the country in 1950's film State Secret, starring Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.
: the far-off, make-believe land in the film version of the children's story Vulgaria , its name based on Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Bulgaria. "Vulgaria" is also the tourist destination in Woody Allen's play and film, , a country located behind the Don't Drink the Water Iron Curtain.
Wadata: an African country from TV series (episode "The Scheherazade Job"). Leverage
Wadiya: a North African dictatorship in the territory of Eritrea in the 2012 film . The Dictator
: small African nation featured in the Wakanda Marvel Comics series . The nation is ruled by King T'Challa, also known as the super hero The Avengers Black Panther.
Wallarya: a small country in the Balkans in the film His Royal Highness
Waponi Wu: A small island in the South Pacific, home to the Waponi tribe in the film . Joe Versus the Volcano
West Monrassa: Central African country in an episode of . Run by President Gabriel Sakoa, a corrupt leader planning a genocide against people in the north of the country Spooks
West Prophets: A powerful country under communist dictatorship heavily backed by the Soviet Union in the novel Operation Roughneck.
West Xylophone: A country mentioned by the band They Might Be Giants for their song 'Alphabet of Nations' in order to fulfill the requirements of representing every letter. They apparently took it from the parody tourism website of westxylophone.com. Another version of the video by YouTuber 'benkling' shows that West Xylophone is Canada. [ ] citation needed
Whereintheheckestan: A fictional country mentioned in the "Dear Dumb Diaries" books. [ ] citation needed
Wielvakia: A country featured in Ace combat Zero: The Belkan War
Xerxes: an ancient and advanced country which existed in the Great Desert to the East of modern day Amestris, four centuries before the events of the Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. It is the native country of Ed and Al's estranged father Van Hohenheim.
Yakastonia: mountainous eastern European nation, where yodeling is prominent in local culture, but so is surfing on its coast. An important landmark is Mount Bubneboba, and its fresh mountain air is celebrated worldwide. A traditional greeting is doing an armpit fart while repeating the word "zwooba!". Home of exchange student Fentruck on the animated series . Doug
Yangdon: a fictional kingdom from the Philippine television drama . It is based on the real-life Princess and I Bhutan.
Yatakang: archipelagic Australasian "guided socialist democracy" from John Brunner's novel . Apparently roughly in the region of, and analogous to, Stand on Zanzibar Indonesia.
: a fascist Asian power in Yellow Empire . Blake and Mortimer
Yerba: a fictional country featured in the Victorious episode "Locked Up!"
Yo-Ho Island: An island that has a hidden treasure. Animated movie Shiver Me Wishers
Youstinkistan: From the Fairly Odd Parents episode "Timmy Turnip". Timmy's grandparents lived there when they were younger and moved to the USA to sell yakburgers.
Yudonia: a country mentioned in the episode "We're Married" from sitcom. Its Drake & Josh national animal is a goat, it is displayed in the nation's flag and its meat cannot be eaten in the country, similar to cows in India.
Yugaria: small Balkan nation from the video game Mission: Impossible - Operation Surma
Yukon Confederacy: a country in the novel by Fitzpatrick's War Theodore Judson
: a country that appeared in Yuktobania , briefly mentioned in Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War . The country is a mirror of the Soviet Union. Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War
Yurp: a poor country depicted in animated TV series (a I Am Weasel pun on " Europe").
Yurugli: an Eastern European country in the film where crime family Hatchew is from. Name is a play on of Our Lips Are Sealed you're ugly. It borders with Poland, Ukraine and Belarus.
Z: fictional country used by the U.S. Department of State's Foreign Service Institute to train consular officers; location of the U.S. Consulate General in Rosslyn.
Zagorias Federation: aq Mediterranean country, featured in video game. Time Crisis 3
Zakkestan: Ex-part of the USSR in the Dutch comic series. Agent 327
Zambezi: African monarchy from the film King Ralph
Zambola: African nation in the video game Front Mission: Gun Hazard
Zamunda: African monarchy from the film Coming to America
Zanarkand:fictional city that gets destroyed in the beginning of Final Fantasy X
Zandia: island located in the Mediterranean in DC Comics, ruled by the Brother Blood's cult.
Zangaro: West African country in the book and film The Dogs of War
: A country bordering the Middle East and, for a time, the only country to possess nuclear weapons in Zanzibar Land Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake
Zarakal: West African country from Michael Bishop's novel No Enemy But Time
Zarcovia: A Country That Is In " Ben 10: Ultimate Alien"
: Middle Eastern country between Zekistan Afghanistan, Pakistan, China and Tajikistan in the video game and Full Spectrum Warrior ; its history and setting closely resemble Afghanistan's. Full Spectrum Warrior: Ten Hammers
Zembala: African country in the film The Wild Geese
Zembla: Northern European country in Vladimir Nabokov's novel Pale Fire
Zemenia: Central European country in episode "Mr Monk Falls in Love" Monk
Zillyhoo: The origin of the Warhammer of Zillyhoo in Homestuck.
Zinariya: African country famous for its copper mines, ruled by a dictator, General Bindiga, in A. N. Wilson's My Name Is Legion
Zlhatovica: European nation in "Troubling a Star" by Madeleine L'Engle from which one of the protagonists "Otto" is the prince of
Zoravia: the country from where the title character in comes from. Princess Natasha
Zoroastrian People's Republic of Inner Magadan, The: a state "between the Sea of Okhotsk and the Arctic Circle" in the novel by The Business Iain Banks. Apparently a conflation of the Jewish Autonomous Oblast, the Republic of Mahabad, and Inner Mongolia.
Zuvendis: African country in Rider Haggard's containing a lost white race. Alan Quatermain
Zwasi-Germany: Central Asian country from the popular Norwegian radio show . Ken eller Torkil
Unnamed [ edit ]
The unnamed French-speaking country where the action of the
Henri Verneuil film takes place. I as in Icarus Three unnamed Middle Eastern nations the U.S. is about to go to war with in
the second season of . 24 The "Small" Middle Eastern Country in
. In-game satellite imagery indicates to be in the Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Saudi Arabia coast and Al Basrah later in the game. Unnamed country, that resembles
Cuba and Puerto Rico, where Esteban is from in . The Suite Life of Zack & Cody Small unnamed African country appearing in
. The developers originally wanted the game to take place in Kenya, but due to growing political turmoil in the area, they merely travelled to the country for inspiration. Far Cry 2 Unnamed East European country where King Igor Shahdov is overtherown in the beginning of
Charlie Chaplin's . A King in New York The unnamed English- and Dutch-speaking island country where
character Fez is from. That '70s Show The unnamed island in
where Leon is sent to. It was said it was off the coast of Europe and it might be off of Spain, since the infected villagers speak Spanish. Resident Evil 4 Unnamed country where a foreign exchanged student named Olivary Bealou is from in an episode of
, who is babysat by Michael. Zoey 101 Unnamed country where the Character Zigfee is from in the
movie. Merry Christmas Drake & Josh Unnamed country where Gunther & Tinka Hessinheffier are from in the Disney Channel TV series
. Shake It Up
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^ a b Garry Trudeau (November 12, 2007), "'It's called Berzerkistan. It shares a 19-mile disputed border with Iran...'", Doonesbury
^ Garry Trudeau (March 10, 2011), "'Almost there, Dawg – we just crossed over into Berzerkistan...'", Doonesbury
^ (Spanish) El antídoto in entrelectores.co
^ a b "Navy News - News Desk - News - HMS Edinburgh works out in the Pacific". www.navynews.co.uk . Retrieved 2008-12-14.
^ a b "RIMPAC simulates conflict between divided countries - Asian Political News". findarticles.com . Retrieved 2008-12-14.
^ a b "Rim of the Pacific Exercise (RIMPAC)". globalsecurity.org . Retrieved 2008-12-14.
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^ King, Frank O. (2010). Walt and Skeezix, 1927-1928 4. Montreal: Drawn and Quarterly. p. 1927 July 27, August 2, October 24. ISBN 978-1-897299-39-5.
^ "Episode 29 on www.ninjaturtles.com". Mirage Studios. 29 December 2009.
^ The map of Neustern is an ongoing project by the artist Gary Farrelly. Work on the cartography of the state commenced when Farrelly was international artist in residency to the University of Texas in Dallas.
^ Siembieda, K.; Bellaire, C.; Therrien, S.; Ward, T. & Wujcik, E. (August 2005). Rifts Role-Playing Game, Ultimate Edition. Taylor, MI: Palladium Books. p. 16. ISBN 1-57457-150-8.
^ (Spanish) in Corra, jefe, corra Los mercenarios
^ in La página no oficial de Mortadelo y Filemón (Spanish) El sulfato atómico
^ "Star Trek United Federation of Planets" . Retrieved 14 August 2013.
^ "BANDITOS LYRICS - THE REFRESHMENTS" . Retrieved 14 August 2013.
^ "Episode 101 on www.ninjaturtles.com". Mirage Studios. 21 January 2012.