Double-landlocked countries — Lichtenstein and Uzbekistan —explained with a map of Lichtenstein wholly surrounded by landlocked countries

Double-landlocked countries

There are only two double-landlocked countries: Liechtenstein and Uzbekistan. Their claim to fame is that not only are they landlocked with no access to the high seas themselves, but they are also surrounded by countries that are themselves landlocked. Another way to put it is that you have to cross two national boundaries before you can reach water connected to the oceans.

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