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Saint Louis (Mo.)

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    • St. Louis (Mo.)
    • City of St. Louis (Mo.)
    • Sent-Lüis (Mo.)
    • Горад Сент-Луіс (Mo.)
    • Horad Sent-Luis (Mo.)
    • Сэнт-Луіс (Mo.)
    • Сейнт Луис (Mo.)
    • Seĭnt Luis (Mo.)
    • San Luis (Mo.)
    • San Luis de Iluenses (Mo.)
    • Ciudad de San Luis (Mo.)
    • Sankta Luiso (Mo.)
    • סנט לואיס (Mo.)
    • Sanṭ Luʼis (Mo.)
    • Urbs Sancti Ludovici (Mo.)
    • Sancti Ludovici (Mo.)
    • Sentluisa (Mo.)
    • Sent Luisas (Mo.)
    • Сент Луис (Mo.)
    • セントルイス (Mo.)
    • Sentoruisu (Mo.)
    • São Luís (Mo.)
    • Сент-Луїс (Mo.)
    • Sent Loisos (Mo.)
    • 圣路易斯 (Mo.)
    • Shengluyisi (Mo.)
    • Sheng lu yi si (Mo.)
    • Sheng Luyisi (Mo.)
    • City of Saint Louis (Mo.)
    • Lacledes Village (Mo.)
    • Mound City (Mo.)
    • Pain Court (Mo.)
    • Pancore (Mo.)
    • Saint Lewis (Mo.)
    • Saint Louis City (Mo.)
    • Rome of the West (Mo.)
    • STL (Mo.)
    • Gateway to the West (Mo.)
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        Independent city
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • St. Louis
  • Sources

    • found: Gross, H. E. Map of St. Louis, 1947.
    • found: Wikipedia, July 5, 2011(St. Louis, Missouri; City of St. Louis; 38°37ʹ38ʺN 90°11ʹ52ʺW) Azerbaijani page (Sent-Lüis [in rom.]) Belarusian page (Горад Сент-Луіс = Horad Sent-Luis; Сэнт-Луіс = Sėnt-Luis) Bulgarian page (Сейнт Луис = Seĭnt Luis) Spanish page (San Luis (Misuri); San Luis de Iluenses; Ciudad de San Luis) Esperanto page (Sankta Luiso) Hebrew page (סנט לואיס = Sanṭ Luʼis) Latin page (Urbs Sancti Ludovici) Latvian page (Sentluisa) Lithuanian page (Sent Luisas) Macedonian page (Сент Луис (Мисури) = Sent Luis (Misuri)) Japanese page (セントルイス = Sentoruisu) Portuguese page (São Luís) Russian page (Сент-Луис = Sent-Luis) Ukrainian page (Сент-Луїс (Міссурі) = Sent-Luïs (Missuri)) Samogitian page (Sent Loisos (Mėsūrės)) Chinese page (圣路易斯 = Shengluyisi) March 4, 2013 (St. Louis; an independent city [a city that does not belong to any particular county]; founded in 1764 by Pierre Laclède and Auguste Chouteau; on August 22, 1876, the city of St. Louis voted to secede from St. Louis County and become an independent city; Nicknames: Rome of the West, STL, Gateway to the West, Mound City)
    • found: GNIS, March 4, 2013(Saint Louis; populated place; variant names: City of Saint Louis; Lacledes Village; Mound City; Pain Court; Pancore; Saint Lewis; Saint Louis City; county: St. Louis (city), state: Missouri; also lists Mound City, a pop. place in Holt County)
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    • 1979-04-27: new
    • 2013-03-07: revised
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