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us: Vienna (Austria)

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    • us: Wien (Austria)
    • us: Vi͡edenʹ (Austria)
    • us: Vedenʹ (Austria)
    • us: Vena (Austria)
    • us: Wiedëń (Austria)
    • us: Bécs (Austria)
    • us: Vindobona (Austria)
    • us: Videnʹ (Austria)
    • us: Vienne (Austria)
    • us: Viena (Austria)
    • us: Wienn (Austria)
    • us: Dunaj (Austria)
    • us: Wean (Austria)
    • us: Wenen (Austria)
    • us: Wina (Austria)
    • us: Wene (Austria)
    • us: Uigenna (Austria)
    • us: فيينا (Austria)
    • us: Fīyinnā (Austria)
    • us: Vyana (Austria)
    • us: Вена (Austria)
    • us: Горад Вена (Austria)
    • us: Виена (Austria)
    • us: Beč (Austria)
    • us: Fienna (Austria)
    • us: Viin (Austria)
    • us: Βιτ̔̈«”αγ·ννη (Austria)
    • us: Вена ош (Austria)
    • us: Vena osh (Austria)
    • us: Vieno (Austria)
    • us: Viene (Austria)
    • us: Vín (Austria)
    • us: Veen (Austria)
    • us: 빈 (Austria)
    • us: Вен (Austria)
    • us: Venæ (Austria)
    • us: וינה (Austria)
    • us: Ṿinah (Austria)
  • Additional Information

    • Descriptor

        (lcsh) Cities and towns
    • Descriptor

        (lcsh) Capitals (Cities)
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        (naf) Austria
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    • us: Vienna (Reichsgau)
  • Sources

    • found: Andreades, A.M. Les théâtres à Vienne, 1929: t.p. (Vienne)
    • found: Tausendjähriges Wien, 1982: t.p. (Viena)
    • found: Khto my, 1888: t.p. (Vi͡edenʹ)
    • found: Öst. Lex., 1966 (independent of Lower Austria since 1921, Vienna is simultaneously Stadtgemeinde and Bundesland; consequently some gov. agencies have double functions, e.g., Gemeinderat is simult. Landtag; Stadtsenat is also Landesregierung; Magistrat is also Amt der Landesregierung; Bürgermeister is also Landeshauptmann, etc.)
    • found: Abraham a Sancta Clara. Mercks Wienn, 1983.
    • found: Slovenski Dunaj, c1995: t.p. (Dunaj)
    • found: Wikipedia, May 6, 2014 (Vienna (German: Wien, Austro-Bavarian: Wean); capital and largest city of Austria, and one of the nine states of Austria; 48°12ʹN 16°22ʹE; under States of Austria: Vienna, the capital of Austria, plays a double role as city and "Bundesland", meaning that the mayor serves as governor and the city council as Landtag at the same time)
    • found: Wikipedia, May 24, 2015: Achinese page (Wina) Afrikaans page (Wene) Old English page (Uigenna) Arabic page (فيينا = Fڶiyinnڶa) Aragonese page (Viena) Azerbaijani page (Vyana [in roman]) Bashkir page (Вена = Vena) Belarusian page (Горад Вена = Horad Vena) Bulgarian page (Виена = Viena) Bosnian page (BeЉc) Czech page (VЃideЉn) Welsh page (Fienna) Estonian page (Viin) Greek page (Βιτ̔̈«”αγ·ννη = ViennЅe) Erzya page (Вена ош = Vena osh) Esperanto page (Vieno) French page (Vienne) Western Frisian page (Wenen) Friulian page (Viene) Irish page (VЃin) Manx page (Veen) Korean page (빈 = Pin) Indonesian page (Wina) Ossetic page (Вен = Ven) Hebrew page (וינה = ѴVinah)
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
    • [Use same hdg. for both city and state of Vienna.]
    • [Old catalog hdg.: Vienna]
  • Change Notes

    • 1979-03-21: new
    • 2015-05-26: revised
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