National anthems around the world

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Most nation states have an anthem, defined as "a song, as of praise, devotion, or patriotism"; most anthems are either marches or hymns in style. A song or hymn can become a national anthem under the state's constitution, by a law enacted by its legislature, or simply by tradition. National anthems are usually written in the most common language of the state. It is common for the lyrics and melody of a national anthem to be created separately many years apart by entirely different people.

Country National anthem Date adopted Lyricist Composer
 Alstin Alstin the Majestic 1814
 Burgundie Hail Bergendia 1875
 Cartadania Cartadanian national anthem 1710 Almeyque Escalante Ferrand Pequeni de Vilaforte
 Metzetta Atop Mount Riwa 1883 Shon Iksung
  Papal State Pontifical Anthem 1815
 Puertego Until the end of the world I'll be loyal 2000 Unknown Unknown
 Rumahoki Rumahokian March 1976 N/A Joaquín Valladares
 Tierrador 1 Scale 2020 Adolph Robert Thornton II
Herbert Randall Wright III
Adolph Robert Thornton II
Herbert Randall Wright III
 Urcea Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory 1 April 1864 Conchobar Memius Conchobar Memius
 Yonderre Yonderre our land 16 October 1833 Leon de Saue
Horst Kaufmann
Leon de Saue