List of fictional countries by region
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This list of fictional countries groups imagined nations together by the region of the world in which they are supposed to be located.
- Hili-liland: a nation near the South Pole, founded by Ancient Romans, in the 1899 novel A Strange Discovery by Charles Romeyn Dake. It is south of Tsalal and has a more developed civilization. It consists of Hili-li City on Hili-li Island, along with some outlying island colonies.
- Leaphigh, Leaplow, Leapup, Leapdown, Leapover, Leapthrough, Leaplong, Leapshort, Leapround, Leapunder: ten independent kingdoms in the Antarctic archipelago of the Leap Islands, in the 1835 novel The Monikins by James Fenimore Cooper
- Tsalal: an island in the 1838 novel The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym by Edgar Allan Poe and its 1897 sequel An Antarctic Mystery by Jules Verne. It has a tribal society led by a chief, Too-Wit.
- BabaKiueria: a country in Australia in the movie BabaKiueria
- Wirrawee: In The Tomorrow series by John Marsden
- Eurasia: from the novel Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell
- Oceania: from the novel Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell
- United Americas: A conglomerate of North and Latin America mentioned in the Alien series.
- Yukon Confederacy: a country in the novel Fitzpatrick's War by Theodore Judson, which includes North America, Great Britain, and Australia.
- Agraria: Eastern country in the movie You Know What Sailors Are
- Altruria: utopian country from William Dean Howells' A Traveler from Altruria
- Anemia: a country in the movie Hot Stuff. Bears the same name as the medical condition.
- Angria: imaginary country from the poems of the Brontë sisters
- Arcacia: mythical kingdom in the movie A Royal Family
- Ardistan: from the novel Ardistan and Dschinnistan by Karl Friedrich May
- Aslan: from anime Area 88. Sometimes also transliterated Asran.
- Auspasia: the noisiest and most talkative nation in the world; appears in Georges Duhamel's Lettres d'Auspasie and La dernier voyage de Candide
- Bahavia: country where Meena Paroom's father is the ambassador in the Disney Channel series, "Cory In The House".
- Bahkan: a nation threatened by the Federated Peoples' Republic in the Mission: Impossible TV episode "Fool's Gold"
- Borginia: a republic from the videogame Dino Crisis. It also appears in Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney and Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth, in which it is stated as being in northern Europe.
- Bregna: a centralized scientific planned state from the animated series Aeon Flux
- Bukistan: an Islamic country in the Cary Grant movie Dream Wife. Later referred to in I dream of Jeannie.
- Calia: from Modesty Blaise episode "The Jericho Caper"
- Candover: medieval country in the novel Rats and Gargoyles by Mary Gentle
- Celama, Kingdom of: mythical land where inhabitants fight for survival as a challenge to their dignity in novels El reino de Celama by Luis Mateo Díez
- Chekia: mythical kingdom in the movie The Only Thing
- Chernarus: post-soviet Republic from the game DayZ and ArmA 2
- Coronia: a kingdom from the movie King, Queen and Joker
- Danu: setting of Timothy Mo's 1991 novel The Redundancy of Courage, based on East Timor
- Derkaderkastan: from the movie Team America: World Police
- Dschinnistan (Djinnistan): in the novel Ardistan and Dschinnistan by Karl Friedrich May
- Eastern Coalition of Nations: in Star Trek: First Contact, the Eastern Coalition of Nations (ECON) was one of the major powers involved in World War III
- Ecuarico: homeland of an exiled dictator in an episode of Gilligan's Island
- Eretz: home of a visiting prime minister, Salka Palmir, in an episode of The Six Million Dollar Man ('Eretz' is Hebrew for 'land')
- Erewhon (anagram of nowhere): in the novel Erewhon by Samuel Butler
- Far Eastern Republic: a nation from the Mission: Impossible TV episode "Commandante"
- Federated Peoples' Republic: a nation hostile toward the Kingdom of Bahkan in the Mission: Impossible TV episode "Fool's Gold". Possibly the same as the Federated People's Republic: from the Mission: Impossible TV episode "Time Bomb".
- Filemonia: one of the countries resulting of the 1991 collapse of USSR as told in Mortadelo y Filemón: El 35 Aniversario
- Findas: country sunk under the waves in The Book of Conquests by Jim Fitzpatrick
- Forest Kingdom: from Simon Green's Blue Moon Rising. Ruled by King John.
- Freiland: from Freiland by Theodor Hertzka
- Gavel: the republic in the animated picture Ghost in the Shell
- Gnubia: from television series MacGyver
- Gondour: an ideal republic imagined by Mark Twain in his short story The Curious Republic of Gondour.
- Guamania: from the French-Canadian series Dans une Galaxie près de chez vous
- Guravia: a country where the first robot president was elected in the Astro Boy animated series
- Gzbfernigambia: a kingdom from the movie Such a Little Queen
- Herland: in the novel Herland by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
- Hetland: a kingdom from the movie Such a Little Queen
- Hillsdown: duchy in Simon Green's Blue Moon Rising. Ruled by Duke Alaric.
- Kabulstan: a xenophobic third world military dictatorship in an episode of MacGyver
- Kafaristan: from William Rose Benét's children's book The Flying King of Kurio
- Kajsa (Casha, Kasha): a sultanate, neighbor to Basenji from the sitcom I Dream of Jeannie
- Kamburu: totalitarian desert nation secretly ruled by a fugitive alien, based on Iraq or Libya, in the comic book mini-series JLA: Destiny
- Kampong: from the novel The Thirteen-Gun Salute by Patrick O'Brian
- Klopstockia: from the W. C. Fields movie Million Dollar Legs
- Kreplakistan: Soviet Republic from the Austin Powers movies, likely based on the real Karakalpak Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, now the Republic of Karakalpakstan, and "kreplach" – Eastern European Jewish dish consisting of meat-filled dumplings.
- Kumrahn: see Qumran
- Kumor:The diaries of Kumor
- Kurio: from William Rose Benét's children's book The Flying King of Kurio
- Khurland: mythical kingdom in the movie A Royal Family (but see Courland)
- Lands Beyond: setting in Norton Juster's The Phantom Tollbooth
- Libria: a totalitarian state in the movie Equilibrium
- Litzenburg: neutral country in the Border Zone computer game
- Lividia: mythical kingdom in the movie Greater Than a Crown
- Loompaland: a "terrible" country from Roald Dahl's 1964 children's book, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. It is inhabited by dwarves called Oompa Loompas and is full of extremely dangerous creatures called Snozzwangers, Hornswogglers, Vermicious Knids, and wicked Whangdoodles.
- Low countries: from Simon Green's Beyond the Blue Moon. Capital city: Haven.
- Lukano: a small independent country facing the Mediterranean Sea from Time Crisis 3 video game. It neighbors Astigos, a small, peaceful island in the Mediterranean Sea.
- Macaria: utopian country from A Description of the Famous Kingdom of Macaria (1641), published by Samuel Hartlib, now attributed to Gabriel Plattes
- Malicuria: a monarchy run by Emperor Aleister, while Princess Mallory is his daughter, from the episode "April's Fool" of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon TV series. The episode is set on the Malicurian embassy in the United States"Episode 29 on www.ninjaturtles.com". Mirage Studios. 29 December 2009..
- Mandavia: a kingdom in the movie Speed King
- Marnsburg: a member of the United Nations hostile to the United States in the Mission: Impossible TV episode "Imitation"
- Monica: an anarchist state from the animated series Aeon Flux
- Morevana: a kingdom in which fat is prized in the movie The Slim Princess
- Moribundia: from Patrick Hamilton's Impromptu in Moribundia
- Mortadelonia: one of the countries resulting of the 1991 collapse of USSR as told in Mortadelo y Filemón: El 35 Aniversario
- Isle of Naboombu: kingdom of anthropomorphic animals in the Disney film Bedknobs and Broomsticks
- New Swissland: Nation southwest of Greenland in the Captain Underpants series. Every person born in this country is given a ridiculous name at birth.
- Nivia: from the Photon TV series
- Nordenija: republic created by British artist Chris Shade
- Norgborg: Small nation located within the Arctic Circle, featured in San Sombrèro: A Land of Carnivals, Cocktails and Coups.
- Nouvelle Atlantide or New Atlantis: a huge, rich, powerful, and very far from peaceful nation in Anatole France's Penguin Island. Similar to the United States
- 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.
- Opperland: a fictitious country based on the Netherlands where the Dutch language is treated entertainingly, 
- Oriosa: Tarrant Hawkin's home country in Michael A. Stackpole's series The Dragon Crown War Cycle.
- Ostnitz: country from the Border Zone computer game
- The Land of Oz: L. Frank Baum's Oz books as well as the novel and play Wicked and its sequels.
- Perusalem: land ruled by The Inca of Perusalem in the short satiric play by George Bernard Shaw
- Petoria: from the "E. Peterbus Unum" episode of Family Guy
- Pianostan: a country once visited by Inspector Gadget where its people remain happy so long as their King remains miserable
- Pomerania: a nation in the film Anchors Aweigh. It has a navy which accepts non-Pomeranians. Not to be confused with the real Pomerania, formerly a region of Prussia.
- Radiata: Home country in Radiata Stories
- Realia: a republic in the Boiling Point video game
- La Republica de las Bananas (literally, "banana republic"): from the board game Junta
- Riallaro archipelago: from Godfrey Sweven's Riallaro, the Archipelago of Exiles
- Rolisica: country in the movie Mothra most likely a disguise of United States. Capital city: New Kirk.
- San Gordio: a kingdom in the movie The Cowboy Prince
- San Pedro: from the Sherlock Holmes story "Wisteria Lodge"
- Sercia: a republic in Time Crisis video game
- Serena Republic: a small country mentioned in the Metal Gear Acid 2 video game
- Tanah Masa: from Karel Čapek's War with the Newts
- Taronia: from the movie Thirty Day Princess
- Tawaki: from the movie Man of the Moment
- Termina: the country in which the Legend Of Zelda: Majora's Mask takes place.
- Tirania (also Republic of Tirania): country governed by dictator Bruteztrausen; Spanish secret agents Mortadelo and Filemón helped depose Bruteztrausen and president Rompetechen was then elected.
- Tontecarlo: a gambler's paradise in Superlópez comic-books until Superlópez's tourism visit. Clearly based on Montecarlo; "Tonte" refers to Spanish word tonto (=fool).
- Trobokistan: former Soviet satellite nation in Totally Spies! TV series
- Ünderland: a small duchy bordering Michigan, from The Venture Bros. animated TV series. Formerly ruled by supervillain Baron Ünderbheit, now a democracy under the presidency of Girl Hitler.
- Unistat: analogue of the United States in the Schrödinger's Cat trilogy of Robert Anton Wilson
- The United States of Anatidae: Duckworld equivalent of the United States in the film Howard the Duck.
- Valaria: a kingdom in the movie The Colonel of the Red Hussars
- Valeria: Spanish speaking democracy from Mission: Impossible episode "Wheels"
- Valeska: a tropical country from the Three Stooges short Saved by the Belle
- Vambria: an Arctic communist dictatorship on the 1990s Disney animated TV series TaleSpin
- Vandreka: see Bandrika
- Versovia: dictatorship from Australian children's miniseries Eugenie Sandler P.I. from ABC Kids
- Volsinia: the country with unknown location in Dr Trifulgas: A Fantastic Tale by Jules Verne
- Yudonia: a country mentioned in the episode "We're Married" from Drake & Josh sitcom. Very similar to countries like Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania.
- Zagorias Federation: Mediterranean country, featured in Time Crisis 3 video game, which invades Astigos, a small island, a territory of the neighbouring nation of Lukano
- Zanzibar Land: sole nuclear power in the Metal Gear series of video games
- Zheng Fa: Asian country that is mentioned in Miles Edgeworth: Ace Attorney Investigations and Miles Edgeworth: Ace Attorney Investigations 2
- Anvillania: a country where the Warner Brothers and Sisters were declared royalty in Animaniacs
- Applesauce Lorraine: a country, stated to be bordered by France and Baja California, from Rocky and Bullwinkle's epic "The Three Moosketeers"
- Backhairistan: from The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius animated TV series
- Brainania: from the animated series Pinky and the Brain
- Brutopia: country appearing in several Donald Duck stories, possibly referring to the Soviet Union
- Double Crossia: a country mentioned in the Three Stooges short You Nazty Spy
- Elbonia: Eastern European country from the comic strip Dilbert
- Jumbostan and Unsteadystan: from the world of Donald Duck
- Lower Slobbovia: ice-covered wasteland from the comic strip Li'l Abner
- North Elbonia: A Communist neighbour of Elbonia (see above); loosely based on North Korea.
- San Glucos: from The Simpsons episode "Sweets and Sour Marge"
- Yurp: a poor country depicted in I Am Weasel animated TV series (pun on "Europe")
- Zombikistan: possibly Eastern European country mentioned in MadWorld as being the original location of Mad Castle and whose major export is apparently zombies.
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