Bulgarian placename etymology
Bulgarian placename etymology is characterized by the linguistic and ethnic diversity of the Balkans through the ages and the position of the country in the centre of the region. While typical Bulgari...
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Lukovica (disambiguation)
Lukovica may refer to:
Topolnica
Topolnica may refer to:
Dâmbovița River
Dâmbovița ([ˈdɨmbovit͡sa]) is a river in Romania. It has its sources in the Făgăraş Mountains, on the Curmătura Oticu. The upper reach of the rivers, upstream of the confluence with the Boarcăşu River...
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Kamenica
Kamenica (Каменица, also spelled Kamenitsa, from the word kamen - stone) is a Slavic toponym that may refer to several places:
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Záhoří
Záhoří may refer to:
Záhoří - Wikipedia
Kukle
Kukle may refer to the following places:
Schochwitz
Schochwitz is a village and a former municipality in the district Saalekreis, in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. Since 1 January 2010, it has been part of the municipality Salzatal. The historical Schochwitz...
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Brestovăț
Brestovăț (Brusturi in 1924-1925; German: Brestowatz; Hungarian: Aga, Bresztovác prior to 1892) is a commune in Timiș County, Banat, Romania. Brestovăț first appears in written history as Brez...
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List of rulers of Croatia

The details of the arrival of the Croats are scarcely documented: c.626, Croats migrate from White Croatia (around what is now Galicia) at the invitation of Eastern Roman Emperor Heraclius. Betwe...
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Topola (disambiguation)
Topola may refer to the following places:
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Melnik
Melnik may refer to:
Chocen
Choceň may refer to:
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Zinnowitz
Zinnowitz is a spa town in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern on the northern German island of Usedom on the Baltic Sea. The town has rail connections to Wolgast and Ahlbeck.
Zinnowitz is first mentioned, nam...
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Javorník
Javorník may refer to:
Javorník - Wikipedia
Gorod (toponymy)
Gord (archaeology) is a version of the Slavic word meaning town, city or castle, and is related to the similar Grad (toponymy) and Horod.It is preserved in the toponymy of numerous Slavic places:
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Vráž
Vráž may refer to:
Kalish
Kalish may refer to:
Luže
Luže may refer to:
Trnovo
Trnovo may refer to:
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Krajina
Krajina ([krâjina]) is a Slavic toponym, meaning 'frontier' or 'march'. The term is related with kraj or krai, denoting a region or province, usually distant from the metropole.
In old-Croatian, t...
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Grod (toponymy)
Grod or Gord (archaeology) is a version of the Slavic word meaning town, city or castle, and is preserved in the toponymy of numerous Slavic countries:
Grod (toponymy) - Wikipedia
Hrud
Hrud or Gord (archaeology) is a version of the Slavic word meaning town, city or castle, and is preserved in the toponymy of numerous Slavic countries:
Mitrovice
Mitrovica (Albanian: Mitrovicë; Serbian: Косовска Митровицa / Kosovska Mitrovica; Turkish: Mitroviça) is a city and municipality in Northern Kosovo. It is the administrative center of the ...
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Lučica
Lučica may refer to: