What are the names of some of the countries Rome conquerd?

The Roman Empire covered the following present-day countries:

Western Europe

: Italy, Malta, Spain, Portugal, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Holland south of the river Rhine, southern Germany and part of central Germany, Switzerland, Lichtenstein, Austria and England and Wales.

Eastern Europe:

western Hungary, part of western Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Macedonia, Albania, Greece, Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova and a slither of western Ukraine.


Turkey, Cyprus, Armenia, Syria, Lebanon, Israel and Palestine, Jordan, and the northern part of the coast of the Red Sea in Saudi Arabia. Sometimes the empire also included Iraq.


Egypt, the coastal part of Libya, Tunisia, the coastal part of Algeria, and northern Morocco.