Country

Distinct region in geography; a broad term that can include political divisions or regions associated with distinct political characteristics
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countries
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Wikidata property
country
country_of_origin
country_of_citizenship
country_for_sport
equivalent class
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retrieved
June 11, 2015
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properties for this type
country
continent
contains_administrative_territorial_entity
head_of_state
capital
named_after
member_of
public_holiday
coat_of_arms
head_of_government
basic_form_of_government
population
diplomatic_relation
official_website
central_government_debt_as_a_percent_of_gdp
located_in_time_zone
category_for_people_born_here
category_for_people_who_died_here
category_of_associated_people
category_for_films_shot_at_this_location
category_of_people_buried_here
geonames_id
commons_gallery
gini_coefficient
pronunciation_audio
coordinate_location
coordinates_of_northernmost_point
coordinates_of_southernmost_point
coordinates_of_westernmost_point
coordinates_of_easternmost_point
fips_10_4_countries_and_regions
ioc_country_code
country_calling_code
osm_relation_id
iso_3166_1_alpha_2_code
iso_3166_1_alpha_3_code
iso_3166_1_numeric_code
highest_point
lowest_point
highest_judicial_authority
Commons category
Countries
OSM tag or key
Tag:place=country
Wikipedia creation date
4/1/2001
Wikipedia incoming links count
Wikipedia opening text
The term country refers to a political state or nation or its territory. It is often referred to as the land of a individual's birth, residence, or citizenship. A country may be an independent sovereign state or part of a larger state, as a non-sovereign or formerly sovereign political division, a physical territory with a government, or a geographic region associated with sets of previously independent or differently associated people with distinct political characteristics. It is not inherently sovereign. Countries can refer both to sovereign states and to other political entities, while other times it can refer only to states. For example, the CIA World Factbook uses the word in its "Country name" field to refer to "a wide variety of dependencies, areas of special sovereignty, uninhabited islands, and other entities in addition to the traditional countries or independent states".[Note 1] The largest country in the world is Russia, while the most populated is China. The newest country is South Sudan.
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Countrie
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IAB code
1228
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