German Submitted Place Names
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German transcription of the Russian Aley River.
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Form of America
This is the name of a river in Southern Bavaria, located in Southern Germany.... [more]
The name of a town in Austria.
A city and seaport in Northwest Germany that has existed at least since the 8th century.
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The name Kiev comes from a medieval legend about the founding of the city told by a Chronicler of Rus-Ukraine. It was three brothers, Kie, Shchek and Khoriv, and their sister Lebid, who were the founders.
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Cognate of Rīga
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Capital of Estonia
and previously known as Reval
until 1918. The meaning of the name is uncertain, but it is believed to be derived from Estonian Taani-linn(a)
meaning "Danish castle" or "Danish town".
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Capital of Lithuania
. Named after the Vilnia
River whose name is derived from Lithuanian vilnis