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We will share with you 39 countries the most successful results in their Eurovision history. Here are the results:

PS: Some countries gave same results in some years. Therefore we looked their points in this situation.

Albania – 2012 / Rona Nishliu – Suus (146 points-5th)

Armenia – 2008 / Sirusho – Qele Qele (199 points-4.th)

Austria – 2014 / Conchita Wurst – Rise Like a Phoenix (290 points-1st)

Azerbaijan – 2011 / Ell & Nikki – Running Scared (221 points-1st)

Belarus – 2007 / Koldun – Work Your Magic (145 points-6th)

Belgium- 1986 / Sandra Kim – J’aime la vie (176 points-1.st)

Cyprus – 2004 / Lisa Andreas – Stronger every minute (170 points-5th)

Czech – 2008 / Tereza Kerndlová – Have Some Fun (9 points-18th Semi Final)

Denmark – 2013 / Emmelie de Forest – Only Teardrops (281 points-1st)

Estonia – 2001 / Tanel Padar & Dave Benton – Everybody (198 points-1st)

Finland – 2006 / Lordi – Hard rock hallelujah (292 points-1st)

France- 1977 / Marie Myriam – L’oiseau et l’enfant (136 points-1st)

Macedonia – 2006 / Elena Risteska – Ninanajna (56 points-12th)

Georgia – 2010 / Sofia Nizharadze – Shine (136 points-9th)

Germany – 2010 / Lena Meyer – Satellite (246 points-1st)

Greece- 2005 / Helena Paparizou – My Number One (230 points-1st)

Hungary- 1994 / Friderika Bayer – Kinek mondjam el vétkeimet? (122 points-4th)

Iceland – 2009 / Johanna – Is It True? (218 points-2nd)

Ireland- 1994 / Paul Harrington & Charlie McGettigan – Rock ‘n’ roll kids  (226 points-1st)

Israel – 1998 / Dana International – Diva (172 points-1st)

Italy – 1990 / Toto Cutugno – Insieme: 1992 (149 points-1st)

Latvia – 2002 / Marie N – I wanna (176 points-1st)

Lithuania – 2006 / LT United – We are the winners (162 points-6th)

Malta – 2005 / Chiara – Angel (192 points-2nd)

Moldova – 2005 / Zdob şi Zdub – Boonika bate doba (148 points-6th)

Montenegro – 2014 / Sergej Ćetković – Moj svijet (37 points-19th)

The Netherlands – 1975 / Teach-In – Ding-a-dong  (152 points-1st)

Norway – 2009 / Alexandre Rybak – Fairytale (387 points-1st)

Poland – 1994 / Edyta Górniak – To nie ja (166 points-2nd)

Portugal – 1996 / Lúcia Moniz – O meu coração não tem cor (92 points-6th)

Romania – 2010 / Paula Seling & Ovi – Playing with Fire (162 points-3rd)

Russia – 2008 / Dima Bilan – Believe (272 points-1st)

San Marino – 2014 / Valentina Monetta – Maybe (14 points-24th)

Serbia – 2007 / Marija Šerifović – Molitva (268 points-1st)

Slovenia – 1995 / Darja Švajger – Prisluhni mi (84 points-7th)

Spain – 1968 / Massiel – La, la, la (29 points-1st)

Sweden – 2012 / Loreen – Euphoria (372 points-1st)

Switzerland – 1988 / Celina Dion – Ne parte pas sains moi (137 points-1st)

UK – 1997 / Katrina & The Waves – Love Shine a Light (227 points-1st)