Transcontinental country

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A transcontinental country is a country that is in more than one continent.[1]

Examples[change | change source]

Africa and Asia

  • Egypt, though the vast majority lives in Africa, and mostly around the Nile, and few people live in the Sinai Peninsula, which is in Asia.

Africa and Europe

Asia and Europe

Asia and Oceania

America and Oceania

America, Oceania and Antarctica

Oceania and Antarctica

Europe, Africa, and America

References[change | change source]

  1. "Which Countries Span More Than One Continent?". WorldAtlas. Retrieved 2020-08-17.