Asked by: Eudes Climente
asked in category: General Last Updated: 29th February, 2020

What is the oldest country in Africa?

Ethiopia

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Also question is, what are Africa's oldest and youngest countries?

Quite well documented, with all the criteria for sovereignty well established.

  • The youngest is South Sudan. Established: July 9, 2011.
  • Egypt is the oldest in all Africa. Established: 3100 BC.
  • Ethiopia is the oldest in sub-Sahara. Established: 980 BC.
  • Liberia is the oldest modern style state. Established: July 26, 1847.

One may also ask, is Egypt the oldest country in Africa? A.D., thus making Ethiopia the oldest independent country in Africa and one of the most ancient in the world. Ancient state of NE Africa. At the height of its political power Nubia extended, from north to south, from the First Cataract of the Nile (near Aswan, Egypt) to Khartoum, in Sudan.

Herein, what are the 10 oldest countries?

A. Egypt, Iran, Armenia, China, Japan, Ethiopia, Greece, Portugal, San Marino, and France are the top 10 oldest countries in the world.

Which is the oldest country in the world?

Republic of San Marino

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