Which countries and regions of Europe were subordinate to the Catholic Church?

In the period between the split of the churches (1054) and the beginning of the Reformation (1517), the following territories were subordinated to the Catholic Church:

England and Ireland.
France, Germany, Switzerland, the territory of the modern Benelux.
All the lands of the Western Slavs.
Part of the lands of the South Slavs (Croatia).
The Iberian Peninsula, however, was undergoing the Reconquista, and by 1492 the last Muslim state in the south was defeated.

After the Reformation, the following separated from the Catholics: Scandinavia, the Baltic States, Iceland, almost all of Germany, Holland, England, Switzerland. Protestant communities emerged in Hungary and Transylvania.

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