Neighboring countries and territories:
- Daylight Savings Time end date: Rules that determine the date on which daylight savings time ends. Clocks are moved backwards on this date.
- Daylight Savings Time start date: Rules that determine the date on which daylight savings time begins. Clocks are moved forward on this date.
No date was available from the Wikipedia article, so we used the date of retrieval.
- Land border length: The length of each country's land border. Islands are listed as having a 0.0 km.
- Number of maritime boundary neighbours: Number of states and territories with which each country shares a maritime border. Two countries separated from each other by a body of water have a maritime border with each other.
SOURCES: Wikipedia: Daylight saving time by country (Daylight Saving Time rules); Wikipedia: List of sovereign states and dependent territories by continent (Africa); Wikipedia: List of countries and territories by land borders (Land borders) (Note: land border lengths will vary depending on the scale by which they are measured, and therefore these figures without a source accompanied by an explanation of how they were measured and at what scale makes comparisons impossible; for more information see coastline paradox .); Wikipedia: List of countries and territories by land and maritime borders