List of fictional European countries
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This is a partial list of fictional countries in Europe
- Adjikistan: Featured Eurasian country in SOCOM: US Navy Seals.
- Alaine: small European kingdom from the film His Majesty, the American.
- Al-Alemand: Islamic state consisting of the former Germany and the Low Countries. From the alternate history book The Years of Rice and Salt, by Kim Stanley Robinson.
- Al Amarja: island nation located in Mediterranean, from the role playing game Over the Edge.
- Alfaine: appeared in Jules Lemaitre's Prince Hermann Regent (1893).
- Alpenstein: European principality and former ally of Nazi Germany featured in San Sombrèro: A Land of Carnivals, Cocktails and Coups.
- Alpine Emirates: Islamic states in the Bavarian Alps in the alternate history book The Years of Rice and Salt, by Kim Stanley Robinson.
- Alsander: Southern European state in James Elroy Flecker's King of Alsander (1914).
- Altis: A small island nation in the Central Mediterranean south of Malta. The setting of the video game ARMA 3.
- Alvania: Balkan kingdom from the film The Royal Rider. Also a small village in Poland from the film The Shrine.
- Amestris: small European country from the anime Fullmetal Alchemist.
- Anatruria: Balkanic kingdom in the Bernie Rhodenbarr novel The Burglar Who Thought He Was Bogart.
- Arendelle: small Nordic kingdom based on real-life Norway in the 2013 film Frozen.
- Arstotzka: the communist state in the video game Papers, Please where the player character works as an immigration inspector at a border checkpoint
- Ascovia: a fictional east European nation featured in the 1987 Eagle Annual
- Austeria: a slight version of Austria on TV series Kings.
- Austrania: European kingdom in the film The Last Volunteer.
- Axphain: neighbor of Graustark.
- Bacteria: thinly disguised version of Fascist Italy from the film The Great Dictator. Bears the same name as the microorganism.
- Balinderry: strategically placed quasi-Irish nation that is crucial to a defence radar system, but has an IRA-type insurgency, in an episode of The Six Million Dollar Man.
- Balkistan: appeared in Allen Upward's The Prince of Balkistan (1895).
- Baltish, a fictional country from a Lithuanian TV show of the same name.
- Baltonia: probably a Baltic country in the film Esupai.
- Bandrika (sometimes spelled Vandreka): Eastern European Alpine country, the setting of the first part of the film The Lady Vanishes. The language spoken in this country is an amalgamation of several European languages.
- Barataria, fictional island nation, presumably in the Mediterranean; setting for part of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Gondoliers. Becomes a Republican Monarchy during the course of the operetta.
- Baronia: the country from which Prince Paul comes in The Secret Series by Enid Blyton
- Barscheit: a principality in The Princess Elopes (1905), a "Ruritanian" romance by Harold MacGrath.
- Bechnya: a play by Romanian-born playwright Saviana Stanescu (www.saviana.com) - The play also features an invented Bechnyan language
- Belsornia: a country created by Elinor Brent-Dyer and home to a number of characters who appear in the Chalet School series
- Bergen Ait: An uninhabited island in the Baltic Sea controlled by Great Britain in Biggles in the Baltic (1940).
- Bessonia: a "small Latin state" bordering Switzerland in Tiny Carteret (1930) by Sapper.
- Betonia: European kingdom in the film His Royal Highness (1932).
- Blitva: state in northeastern Europe, ruled by a dictator; in a novel "Banket u Blitvi" (Banquet in Blitva, 1939) by Croatian novelist Miroslav Krleža.
- Borduria: totalitarian state from the comics series The Adventures of Tintin, located in the Balkans. Its first appearance is in King Ottokar's Sceptre (1938).
- Borginia: Northern-European country feature in the Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney and Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth video games.
- Borostyria: kingdom in the 1933 Arsène Lupin novel The Woman with Two Smiles.
- Borovia: Central-European country from The Big Knights TV programme (1999).
- Borovia (2): a communist Eastern European country in the G.I. Joe comics by Marvel Comics, starting from issue #61 (1987).
- Borsovia: a kingdom in Eastern Europe that featured in Gordon Murray's BBC Television children's puppet series A Rubovian Legend, 1955–63.
- Bothalia: a kingdom in the Balkan Mountains from the film The Vagabond Prince (1916).
- Braslavia: Slavic dictatorial country in Patrouille des Castors comics; it features in the issue Le chaudron du diable (1966).
- Bratislavia: a fictional country mentioned in Count Duckula.
- Brazillia: A fictional Balkan republic after Albania joined Yugoslavia to make the Brazilian Republic in 2011 in the Death Enrising Novels.
- Bretzelburg: central European dictatorship from Spirou et Fantasio comics.
- Brogavia: A Nazi-occupied Balkan nation featured in Commando Comics.
- Buiron: appeared in A Thoroughly Modern Princess by Wendy Corsi Staub.
- Cagliostro: a small European kingdom in the animated film The Castle of Cagliostro.
- Carovia: small European kingdom from the film Trouble for Two.
- Carpania: European kingdom in the film The Great Race.
- Carpathia: Kingdom in central Europe from the play The Sleeping Prince by Terence Rattigan and the subsequent film The Prince and the Showgirl and musical The Girl Who Came to Supper
- Chernarus: post-soviet country in the video game ArmA 2 and its spin-off, DayZ.
- Chiroubistan: a Balkan/Islamic country perpetually at war, in the French comic strip "Henriette".
- Chocovakia: European republic setting for the #0-issue of the Flemish Spike and Suzy-series, borders Belgium, named based on Czechoslovakia.
- Concordia: a small country only a few miles across somewhere in Europe in the play Romanoff and Juliet and its film adaptation.
- Cordina: locale in Nora Roberts' romance novels, especially the Cordina's Royal Family series.
- Corinthia, of which the capital was Bleiberg: setting of Harold MacGrath's, The Puppet Crown (1901, in which year the book was the #7 US fiction best seller).
- Corona, the kingdom in which the film Tangled is set. It has Germanic and Polish influences.
- Coronia, Balkan kingdom from Get Smart. Inspired by Ruritania.
- Costa Lottsa: Tiny nation located between Italy and France, mentioned in San Sombrèro: A Land of Carnivals, Cocktails and Coups
- 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?.
- Darklonia: Country ruled by Destro's cousin, Darklon, in G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero.
- Dawsbergen: neighbor of Graustark.
- Doppelkinn: neighboring principality to Barscheit (Harold MacGrath, The Princess Elopes, 1905).
- Drackenberg: a European country from Lloyd Alexander's The Drackenberg Adventure.
- Drasuvania (ドラスベニア Dorasubenia) is a fictional Eastern Europe country in the world of 11eyes. It is the home country of Verard and Yukiko Hirohara. It lies at the border between Europe and Asia.
- Drecq: appeared in Adele Ferguson Knight's The Right to Reign: A Romance of the Kingdom of Drecq (1912). Note phonetic similarity to the German noun "Dreck", which means manure.
- Dreisenburg: A tiny Germanic nation featured in the pilot of The Secret Service.
- Drusselstein: a fictional Germanic country in Phineas and Ferb. It is the home country of Doofenshmirtz.
- Ducklovia: a country bordering Serbia in Count Duckula.
- Druznia: A country based from Russia that are against the Americans seen in the TV Series Regular Show
- East European Republic: an anti-American power from the Mission: Impossible TV episode "Submarine". Possibly the same as the East European Peoples Republic (EEPR) from "The Party" and the European People's Republic from "Invasion".
- Edwal: Wales, in Leslie Reid's Cauldron Bubble (1934).
- Ehrenstein, of which the capital is Dreiberg: principality of Princess Hildegarde in Harold MacGrath, The Goose Girl (1909, #8 US best seller).
- Eisneria: a republic in the Balkans from the Road Rovers TV series.
- Elbonia: a fourth-world post-communist Eastern European country in the comic strip Dilbert.
- England England: The Isle of Wight becomes its own country and an England-themed Theme Park in the book "England England".
- Eroslavia: The main subject of the adult story blog of the same name.
- Essenheim: appeared in John Rowe Townsend's A Foreign Affair (1982).
- Estrovia: European kingdom in the film A King in New York.
- Esturia: Slavic country in Patrouille des Castors comics.
- Euphrania: tiny kingdom in the film The Slipper and the Rose.
- Eurolania : kingdom in ROSE OF THE DANUBE an operetta by Arthur A. Penn and Geoffrey F.Morgan written in 1934 and published by Carl Fischer, Inc. LL C, NYC. The king is Montemorency, his Queen is Florinda, his oldest daughter is Rose, his younger daughter is daisy. and his son is Crown Prince Karl.
- Eurasia: the fictional superstate in George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four referring to Europe and the former Soviet Union.
- Euroslavia: Eastern European country that comprises most of Europe; home to a super villain the cartoon "The Ripping Friends".
- Evallonia: Central European country in the novels of John Buchan.
- Evarchia: Eastern European country from Brigid Brophy's Palace Without Chairs.
- Fasilica: appeared in an early 1914 serial by Rex Stout, of later Nero Wolfe fame, reprinted in the 1990s as A Prize for Princes.
- Flavonia: appeared in Violet Needham's Betrayer (1950).
- Florin: one of the fictional principalities in William Goldman's novel The Princess Bride.
- Franistan: from the I Love Lucy episode 'The Publicity Agent' in which Lucy pretends 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.
- Freedonia: From the Marx Brothers' film Duck Soup. It is ruled by Rufus T. Firefly (Groucho Marx).
- Frobnia: Communist Eastern Bloc nation in Central Europe from Infocom's interactive fiction game Border Zone, bordering neutral Litzenburg.
- Gantha: Southern European state in James Elroy Flecker's King of Alsander (1914).
- Genovia: From The Princess Diaries novel series and film adaptations (The Princess Diaries and The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement). In the novels, it is a principality between Italy and France; in the film it is between Spain and France. Either way, it is based on Monaco, and to a lesser extent on Andorra.
- Gerolstein a fictional Grand Duchy if Jacques Offenbach's comic opera La Grande-Duchesse de Gérolstein. The realm also appears in Robert Louis Stevenson's Prince Otto.
- 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.
- Glottenberg: kingdom in Sport Royal and The Heart of Princess Osra by Anthony Hope
- Gonobutz: Bob de Moor's Barelli comics.
- 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 The History of the Runestaff books.
- Grand Fenwick: a Duchy in The Mouse That Roared and sequels by Leonard Wibberley.
- Graustark: Eastern European country in several novels by George Barr McCutcheon.
- Graznavia: an Eastern European republic ravaged by civil war in This War of Mine, a video game by 11 bit studios.
- Grenyarnia: a secret European country only rich people know about, alluded to by Jerry Seinfeld as a highly exclusive vacationing destination in the 30 Rock episode SeinfeldVision.
- Grendel: England in Leslie Reid's Cauldron Bubble (1934).
- Groland: A parody of France as well as European microstates, shown on Canal Plus television.
- Grünewald: an imaginary Germanic state where the novel Prince Otto (1885) by Robert Louis Stevenson is set.
- Guilder: one of the fictional principalities in William Goldman's The Princess Bride.
- Hav: a European city-state in Jan Morris's novel Last Letters from Hav. Crimea-like in location.
- Herzoslovakia: a small Balkan state in Agatha Christie's novel The Secret of Chimneys (1925) and in "The Stymphalean Birds" from the novel The Labours of Hercules (1947).
- Hohenphalia: home principality of Princess Hildegarde in Harold MacGrath's Arms and the Woman (1899).
- Hohenwald: home principality of the heroine in Richard Harding Davis, The Princess Aline (1895).
- Holstenwall: a shadowy village of twisted buildings and spiraling streets in The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920).
- Principality of Hazelrink: homeland of the princess Charlotte Hazelrink in the Anime Princess Lover!
- Illyria: Eastern European country featured in the play Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare and subsequently in Les Mains Sales (Dirty Hands) by Jean-Paul Sartre. Illyria is also an ancient Greek and Roman name for a part of the Balkans.
- Irania: small European kingdom from the film Trouble for Two.
- Ithuvania: Eastern European country used as an experiment, featured in The Far Side cartoon books.
- Ixania: a small Balkan country of little global importance in Eric Ambler's The Dark Frontier.
- Jorassia: appears in Dr. Edgar Cyriax's musical/operetta The Prince of Jorassia, 1938 (English ambassador is Lord Brayneweake).
- Jugendheit: kingdom of King Frederick in Harold MacGrath's The Goose Girl (1909, #8 US best seller) Note that the name is a kind of pig-German literally meaning "youthness".
- Karathia: Slavic monarchy in the Three Investigators series.
- Karetsefia: Eastern European country in Elizabeth Kay's Beware of Men with Moustaches.
- Karistan: Central European country in the Polish-American film Legend of the white horse.
- Karlova: European kingdom in Edgar Rice Burroughs's The Rider.
- Karlsberg: principality of the hero of Sigmund Romberg's "The Student Prince" (1924 Broadway musical; 1954 film with Mario Lanza).
- Karovia: European kingdom from the film Trouble for Two.
- Kasnia: war-torn Eastern European monarchy in the DC Animated Universe.
- Katzenstok: a republic in the Balkans from Road Rovers TV series.
- Keltic Sultanate: Islamic sultanate comprising the British Isles. From the alternate history book The Years of Rice and Salt, by Kim Stanley Robinson.
- Klopstokia: Central European country from Million Dollar Legs film by Edward F. Cline.
- Krakozhia: from the film The Terminal. An identically named country is featured in Marvel Comics and various spin-offs featuring Doctor Doom.
- Krasnia: Ivor Novello's Glamorous Night, Stage play, 1935.
- Kravonia: Eastern European country from the novel Sophy of Kravonia by Anthony Hope and the subsequent film.
- Krayia: realm of Queen Nadya in Noël Coward's, The Queen Was in the Parlour (play, 1922).
- Kreblakistan: rogue former Soviet(?) republic and source of Dr. Evil's nuclear weapon in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery.
- Laevatia: Balkan nation from Nevil Shute's Ruined City.
- Lampidorra: principality in the film Penny Princess.
- Lanconia: Eastern European country referenced in Jude Deveraux's romance novels.
- Latkovia: an Eastern nation featured in the Amalgam Comics crossover between Marvel Comics and DC Comics.
- Latveria: a kingdom in the Fantastic Four comic-book series ruled by tyrannical Doctor Doom.
- Latvislavia: fictional European country in Donald Duck. Known of its national football team.
- Laurania: the republic in Savrola (A Tale of the Revolution in Laurania) by Winston Churchill.
- Laurentia: kingdom in the stage musical King's Rhapsody and subsequent film.
- Lavernia: Eastern European country in the film Another Meltdown (Bi xie lan tian).
- Letzenstein: a tiny state, presumably based on Liechtenstein, which is featured in Meriol Trevor's "Letzenstein Chronicles" series of books.
- Leutonia: Eastern European home of the Happy Wanderers (Yosh & Stan Shmenge) from SCTV.
- Lichtenburg: made famous by Ethel Merman in the musical comedy Call Me Madam.
- Lichtenburg: a Balkan grand duchy in the film The Son of Monte Cristo.
- Lichenstamp: a country in one episode of the comedy series The Suite Life on Deck.
- Liechtenhaus: a small European principality featured in the Italian film Piccolo grande amore by Carlo Vanzina (1993).
- Lissenberg: appeared in Jane Aiken Hodge's Leading Lady (1990).
- Litzenburg: politically neutral country in Central Europe from Infocom's interactive fiction game Border Zone, bordering communist Frobnia.
- Lucrania: pro-Nazi country bordering Germany, France and Switzerland in Biggles – Secret Agent by W. E. Johns.
- Lutha: a small Balkan kingdom from the novel The Mad King by Edgar Rice Burroughs.
- Hispanic kingdom in the José Juan Carrión´s Blog de Heráldica.
- The Maestrazgo (Spanish: [maesˈtɾaðɣo]) or Maestrat (Valencian: [maesˈtɾat]) is a natural and historical mountainous region, located at the eastern end of the Iberian System mountain range, in Spain.
- Maestrazgo (Aragonese: Mayestrato) is a comarca in southeastern Aragon, Spain. Its names derives from the Maestrat/Maestrazgo mountain massif that extends to the east to the Comarques of the Valencian Community Alt Maestrat and Baix Maestrat.
- Magyaristan: Islamic state in the former Hungary. From the alternate history book The Years of Rice and Salt by Kim Stanley Robinson.
- Maldavia: principality in Eastern Europe that appears on Arthur.
- Mandrika: Mountainous European country on Alfred Hitchcock's film The Lady Vanishes (1938).
- Margoth: European kingdom in Edgar Rice Burroughs's The Rider.
- Marisi: appears in Rex Stout's A Prize for Princes ("Ruritanian romance" set in Fasilica and Marisi; serialized in 1914 and reprinted as a book in the 1990s; author is the later creator of the Nero Wolfe mystery series).
- 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.
- Medioka: Ruritania type of mid-European country presented in Mickey Mouse comic strip story The Monarch of Medioka (1937–38).
- Mendorra: principality located near Germany from the American soap opera, One Life to Live.
- Mervo: island principality in The Prince and Betty by P. G. Wodehouse
- Messina: principality in Richard Harding Davis's, The King's Jackal (1891).
- Mittenheim: grand duchy in The Heart of Princess Osra by Anthony Hope
- Mixo-Lydia: Balkan country in the novels of Angela Thirkell; has a long-standing enmity with neighbouring Slavo-Lydia.
- Moldavia: Eastern European country from Dynasty TV series (note: Moldavia really exists as a nation itself and also as a region in Romania).
- Moldovakia: Eastern European country in Recess best known for its spies and its luge team.
- Molvanîa: Eastern European country from a parody travel guidebook; from the same authors as Phaic Tăn and San Sombrèro.
- Monaco : Western European country and the main setting of the second season of Yakitate!! Japan anime. Unlike the real life Monaco, the Monaco from the anime series is not a principality and is ruled by a King.
- Moronica (alternatively, Moronika): parody of Nazi Germany from the Three Stooges short You Nazty Spy and its sequel I'll Never Heil Again, with "Moe Hailstone" as its dictator.
- Mypos: Native home of Balki Bartokomous on Perfect Strangers.
- Neutralia: Fictional version of Portugal from Arrival and Departure by Arthur Koestler.
- Neutralia: Mediterranean republic in Scott-King's Modern Europe by Evelyn Waugh
- 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.
- Nihilon: a country somewhere in central Europe, run by nihilists, in Alan Sillitoe's comic novel Travels in Nihilon.
- Niroli: focus of a series of Harlequin Presents novels.
- Nordland: Ivor Novello's King's Rhapsody, 1949, stage play; probably not in Scandinavia because the characters have rather Balkan-sounding names. (Note: Nordland is a county of Norway).
- Novistrana: from the computer game Republic: The Revolution.
- Novoselic: The European country governed by Sonia Nevermind and her royal family in the PSP game Super Dangan Ronpa 2, the sequel to Dangan Ronpa, developed by Spike.
- Oceania: fictional superstate in George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four referring to Great Britain, the Americas, Australasia and southern Africa.
- Ornowitza: appeared in Violet Needham's Betrayer (1950).
- Orsinia: featured in Ursula K. Le Guin's Orsinian Tales and Malafrena.
- Osterlich: nation invaded by Bacteria and Tomainia in the film The Great Dictator; obviously supposed to be Austria.
- Ovitznia: a republic in the Balkans from Road Rovers TV series.
- Pannonia: appeared in Guy Boothby's Long Live the King (1900).
- Panquita: European monarchy mentioned in second season of Yakitate!! Japan anime. A member of that nation's royal family, Princess Anne, was a guest judge at the baking exhibition.
- Papilloma: Small European Kingdom, later Republic, from film Kath & Kimderella. Papilloma is a tiny and poor Spanish outpost on the heel of Italy. Last ruler was King Javier.
- Peaceland: European country featured in the anime Nadesico, 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. Ruri "Ruri Ruri" Hoshino, a famous character of the series, is originally a princess from there.
- Penguin Island (L'île des Pingouins): in the 1908 novel by Anatole France, an island in the North Sea where penguins were miraculously transformed into humans (and which is in fact a satirical view on France).
- Pepeslavia: from the film Su Excelencia starring Mario Moreno (better known as Cantinflas). Probably referring to Yugoslavia.
- Perusalem is a satire of Germany (Preussen, i.e. Prussia) in The Inca of Perusalem by George Bernard Shaw.
- Petrovakia: a fictional union republic in the game Heavy Weapon, usually referring to Czechoslovakia.
- Pfennig Halbpfennig: presumably German/Eastern European Grand Duchy and setting for the operetta The Grand Duke, by 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".
- Poictesme: a country situated roughly in the south of France in the books of James Branch Cabell.
- Poldévie: Eastern European country in a famous petition in the 1930s and in many novels by Jacques Roubaud.
- Poldavia: a small country presumably in Eastern Europe in The Blue Lotus from The Adventures of Tintin.
- Pontevedro: a poverty-stricken Grand Duchy situated deep in the Balkans from the comedy play L'Attache d'ambassade by Henri Meilhac and the subsequent operetta and film The Merry Widow. Pontevedro is a veiled reference to the Balkan country of Montenegro.
- Pottibakia: Balkan country from the short story "What Does it Matter? A Morality" by E. M. Forster. Capital city: Ekarest.
- Pottsylvania: from Jay Ward's cartoon series The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show.
- Povia: a small monarchy in the Balkans in the Mission: Impossible TV episode "The Heir Apparent".
- Pulsovia: an Eastern European country where Jarek comes from in the Spanish humour sketch program "La hora de José Mota".
- (Kalbsbraten-)Pumpernickel: German duchy, a caricature of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach in Vanity Fair, The Fitz-Boodle Papers, and other works by William Makepeace Thackeray
- Pushno: appeared in Ernest Corbyn Smart's Alex (1959).
- Qwghlm: a country off the northwestern coast of Britain in Neal Stephenson's fictions Cryptonomicon and The Baroque Cycle.
- Razkavia: Germanic country in Philip Pullman's The Tin Princess.
- Réndøosîa: a fictional Eastern European country plagued by natural disasters. Homeland of Enk, Adi and Xan who are the main characters on the animated series The Amazing Adrenalini Brothers.
- Republic of Great Britain: A fictional version of Great Britain featured in the Doctor Who story Inferno.
- Republic of Krovtonova: A fictional Eastern European nation referenced in the Father Ted episode "Speed 3", in which it is mentioned that Craggy Island has been helping to ease the republic's unusually high milk surplus.
- Rogash: A small Central European country featured in the Night Court episode "My Life as a Dog Lawyer". Despite its small size it possesses nuclear weapons and missiles supplied by the US government in exchange for maintaining a listening post to spy on Switzerland.
- Romanovia: Eastern European country featured in the comedy Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story. Dodgeball is the national sport.
- Rongovia: Fictional country mentioned in Santaland Diaries by David Sedaris. It has an embassy to the USA in Trumansburg, New York, and a very active Ministry of Fine Arts. The capital is Fat City. Rongovia is a state of mind.
- Rubovia: a kingdom in Eastern Europe that featured in Gordon Murray's BBC Television children's puppet series A Rubovian Legend, 1955–63.
- Rumekistan: a fictional Eastern European nation featured in Marvel Comics' Cable & Deadpool
- Ruritania: a kingdom in central Europe from Anthony Hope's The Prisoner of Zenda and associated works, which gave rise to the Ruritanian romance genre.
- Sachenia: a tiny state close to the Alps in the film Herz ohne Krone.
- Samavia: Eastern European kingdom in Frances Hodgson Burnett's The Lost Prince.
- Sardovia: An Eastern European Dictatorship bordering Belarus from the CBS program Scorpion
- Saroczia: Eastern European country which the United States invades, which serves as the terrorist basis in the video game Winback.
- Sauville: small kingdom between France, Switzerland and Italy from anime series Gosick. It consists of parts of the real Italian provinces: Aosta Valley, Liguria, Piedmont.
- Sciriel: Natalie is heiress to the throne in Roland Pertwee's late (1927) Ruritanian romance set just before and after World War I.
- Seravno: a Balkan country from the TV Series Mission Impossible.
- Servia: appeared in Bessie Marchant's A Princess of Servia (c. 1925). Also an ancient foreign name for Serbia.
- Skandistan: Islamic state comprising what was formerly Scandinavia. From the alternate history book The Years of Rice and Salt by Kim Stanley Robinson.
- The People's Republic of Slaka: a Balkan communist country in Malcolm Bradbury's Rates of Exchange and its sequel Why Come to Slaka? It also featured in the BBC drama, the Gravy Train moves East.
- Slavo-Lydia: Balkan country in the novels of Angela Thirkell; has a long-standing enmity with neighbouring Mixo-Lydia.
- Slavosk: a country in Eastern Europe from the TV series Danger Man. Drake must travel to Slavosk to rescue the supposed sister of a famous professor from this country.
- Slorenia: a small East European country in Marvel Comics. Its inhabitants were massacred by Ultron'.
- Slovetzia: a tiny country in Eastern Europe in the film The Beautician and the Beast. Slovetzia is located between 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.
- Sokovia: a Eastern European country home of H.Y.D.R.A. and birthplace of Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver from Avengers: Age of Ultron
- Island of Sodor: unknown location, the setting for the Reverend Awdry's Thomas the Tank Engine railway network managed by Sir Topham Hatt.
- Soviet Unterzoegersdorf: the "last existing appanage republic of the USSR", a fake country created by monochrom for theatre performances and computer games.
- St Gregory: A British Crown dependency in the Channel Islands, featured in the ITV series Island at War. Based upon Jersey and Guernsey.
- Strackenz: a tiny European duchy in the novel Royal Flash by George MacDonald Fraser that borders Denmark and Germany. It is threatened with invasion by both countries as a result of the Schleswig-Holstein Question.
- Svardia: a tiny European republic located in the Balkans from the Mission: Impossible episode "The Train".
- Svenborgia: a secret European country only rich people know about, referenced by Jack Donaghy and Jerry Seinfeld as an exclusive vacationing retreat in the SeinfeldVision episode of 30 Rock.
- Syldavia: Balkan monarchy featured in four stories of The Adventures of Tintin, neighbouring Borduria.
- Sylvania: a country ruled by Queen Louise in the film The Love Parade.
- Sylvania: From the Marx Brothers' film Duck Soup. It was the country which attacked Freedonia.
- Symkaria: a small Eastern European country from Marvel Comics, the homeland of renowned mercenary Silver Sable.
- Tauri-Hessia: European country in the book The Circus of Adventure, part of the Adventure Series by Enid Blyton.
- Terresta: European country in the film His Royal Highness.
- Tcherkistan: East European country from the film Supercondriaque (2014)
- Tescara: European island nation located in the Atlantic Ocean. As a free trade zone enrolled into the United Nations in 1991, it is used as place of origin for the suspects of CSI: New York's season 1 episode 19, "Crime and Misdemeanor".
- Ticktockia: A small country between France and Germany, ruled by King Salazar the Pushy, that invades neighboring Warnerstock in the film Wakko's Wish.
- Thembria: A frigid land whose pillars are military dictatorship, unbridled incompetence, and constant threat of death from a firing squad. From Disney's cartoon series Tail Spin. Home of Colonel Spigot, Sergeant Dunder, professor Crackpotkin, and others.
- The Triple Monarchy of Scythia-Pannonia-Transbalkania: from Dr. Engelbert Eszterhazy stories by Avram Davidson.
- Tomainia: Nazi Germany-like country from the film The Great Dictator, ruled by Adenoid Hynkel.
- Trans-Carpathia: A country in Eastern Europe, used in G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero. Trans-Carpathia is also a real region in the Ukraine.
- Transia: a small East European nation in Marvel Comics. The location of Mount Wundagore, and the birthplace of Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch.
- Transiola: appeared in Howard C. Rowe's Mr. Whybrew's Princess (1913).
- Tratvia: A country in Europe that formed the setting for the radio series The Embassy Lark, 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 Navy Lark.
- Trent, Grand-Duchy of: European Grand-Duchy from the Mission: Impossible TV episode "The Choice".
- Ulgia: a politically unstable country from the anime Noir.
- Ulmreich: Southern European state in James Elroy Flecker's King of Alsander (1914).
- Urdluvia: Borders on Rongovia. Known only from a map of Rongovia in the Rongovian Embassy to the USA In Trumansburg.
- Urk (also Uruk): The war-torn Mediterranean country the characters on Descendants of the Sun are sent.
- Urseville-Beylestein: Prince Paul's country in the 1902 book Love and the Soul Hunter by John Oliver Hobbes.
- Varania: appeared in the Three Investigators series (created by Robert Arthur, Jr.) in the book The Mystery of the Silver Spider (1967).
- Vascovy: appeared in John Oxenham (William A. Dunkerley), A Princess of Vascovy (1899).
- Vasaria: A Central European state which served as the setting for a number of classic horror films produced by Universal Studios during the 1940s. Specifically: Ghost of Frankenstein, House of Frankenstein, Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man and House of Dracula.
- Verdunia: appeared in A Thoroughly Modern Princess by Wendy Corsi Staub.
- Veyska: Baltic state suffering dictatorial rule in the Mission: Impossible TV episode "The Astrologer".
- Vulgaria: Home to the Baron and Baroness Bomburst in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and from The Three Stooges episode, Dutiful But Dumb.
- Wallaria: appeared in Percy James Brebner's Princess Maritza (1907) – probably eastern Europe
- Wallarya: a small country in the Balkans in the film His Royal Highness
- Warnerstock: a small country between France and Germany in the film Wakko's Wish
- Weselton: duchy in Frozen, neighbour of Arendelle
- Westmark: country from Lloyd Alexander's Westmark Trilogy
- Wolkekuckukkland: G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, the neighboring country of Darklonia; the name is German for Cloud-Cuckoo-Land, from Aristophanes' play, "The Birds".
- Yakastonia: mountainous eastern European nation, where yodeling is prominent in local culture, but so is surfing on its coast. 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.
- Yudonia: a central European country mentioned in a single episode on the Nickelodeon show Drake & Josh.
- Yugaria: small Balkan nation from the Mission: Impossible: Operation Surma video game.
- Yurugli: Eastern European country in the film Our Lips Are Sealed. Name is a play on 'you're ugly.' Home of the notorious Hachew (sneezing noise) crime family.
- Zembla: Northern European country in Vladimir Nabokov's novel Pale Fire
- Zindaria: a brand-new one that existed in Europe during the English Regency era of 1811–1820, Anne Gracie's The Stolen Princess (2008).
- Zubrowka: location of the eponymous hotel in the 2014 film The Grand Budapest Hotel, a European alpine state ravaged by war and poverty; unrelated to the Polish vodka Żubrówka.
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- "Realm of Rubovia". A. & J. Roxburgh.
- "The Republic of Zubrowka Before the War: A Central European Case Study of Social, Political, and Cultural Upheaval.", draft 19, course syllabus, Zubrowska Akademie Historic Library (Fox Searchlight Pictures)
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