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Copenhagen (Denmark)


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    • us: Copenhagen (Denmark). Kommunalbestyrelsen
    • us: København (Denmark)
    • us: Københavns kommunalbestyrelse (Denmark)
    • us: Kjøbenhavn (Denmark)
    • us: Københavns kommune (Denmark)
    • us: Kopenchagē (Denmark)
    • us: Kaupmannahöfn (Denmark)
    • us: Kaupmannahavfn (Denmark)
    • us: Hafnia (Denmark)
    • us: Köpenhamn (Denmark)
    • us: Kopenhagen (Denmark)
    • us: Ċēapmannhæfen (Denmark)
    • us: كوبنهاغن (Denmark)
    • us: Kūbinhāghin (Denmark)
    • us: Copenaguen (Denmark)
    • us: Copenhague (Denmark)
    • us: Kopenihage (Denmark)
    • us: Горад Капенгаген (Denmark)
    • us: Horad Kapenhahen (Denmark)
    • us: Капенгаген (Denmark)
    • us: Kapenhahen (Denmark)
    • us: Копенхаген (Denmark)
    • us: Kopenkhagen (Denmark)
    • us: Copenhaguen (Denmark)
    • us: Kodaň (Denmark)
    • us: Copenaghen (Denmark)
    • us: Kopenhaagen (Denmark)
    • us: Κοπεγχάγη (Denmark)
    • us: Cupenàghen (Denmark)
    • us: Копенгаген ош (Denmark)
    • us: Kopengagen osh (Denmark)
    • us: Копенгаген (Denmark)
    • us: Kopengagen (Denmark)
    • us: Kopenhago (Denmark)
    • us: Copenagui (Denmark)
    • us: Kopenhage (Denmark)
    • us: Keypmannahavn (Denmark)
    • us: Cóbanhávan (Denmark)
    • us: 코펜하겐 (Denmark)
    • us: קופנהגן (Denmark)
    • us: Kòpenhaga (Denmark)
    • us: Kopenhavn (Denmark)
    • us: Kopènag (Denmark)
    • us: Kopenhag (Denmark)
    • us: Haunia (Denmark)
    • us: Codania (Denmark)
    • us: Portus Mercatorum (Denmark)
    • us: Kopenhāgena (Denmark)
    • us: Koupenhage (Denmark)
    • us: Koppenhága (Denmark)
    • us: Kaopenagy (Denmark)
    • us: Kopenhoaven (Denmark)
    • us: コペンハーゲン (Denmark)
    • us: Kopenhuuwen (Denmark)
    • us: Copenaga (Denmark)
    • us: Копенhаген (Denmark)
    • us: Københápman (Denmark)
    • us: Кобєнхавнъ (Denmark)
    • us: Kobenkhavn (Denmark)
    • us: Kopynhaga (Denmark)
    • us: Kobanhaygan (Denmark)
    • us: Kööpenhamina (Denmark)
    • us: Kopenhahen (Denmark)
    • us: Kopõnhaagõn (Denmark)
    • us: קאפנהאגן (Denmark)
    • us: Ḳopenhagn (Denmark)
    • us: Kuopenhaga (Denmark)
    • us: 哥本哈根 (Denmark)
    • us: Gebenhagen (Denmark)
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  • Sources

    • found: Lorenzen, V. B. Haandtegnede kort, 1942.
    • found: Christianos Chansen, c1993: p. 9 (Kopenchagē)
    • found: Sturlúnga-saga, 1817-1820: t.p. (Kaupmannahöfn)
    • found: Sagan af Niali Þorgeirssyni ok sonum hans ... 1772: t.p. (Kaupmannahavfn)
    • found: Cleasby, R. An Icelandic-English dictionary, 1874: under "höfn" (Kaupmannahöfn, Copenhagen)
    • found: NLM data base, 10/24/85 (Enterobacteriaceae; collected studies on ... Hafnia; Hafnia printing house, Aarhus; Bogtr. Hafnia, København); Webster's 2nd (Hafnia, L. name Copenhagen)
    • found: GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009 (ppl; 55°40ʹ40ʺN 012°34ʹ15ʺE)
    • found: The world factbook, via WWW, September 3, 2015 (under Denmark: capital: Copenhagen; geographic coordinates: 55 40 N, 12 35 E)
    • found: Wikipedia, September 3, 2015 (Copenhagen (Danish: København), historically known as the capital of the Denmark-Norway union, is the capital and most populated city of Denmark; 55°40ʹ34ʺN 12°34ʹ06ʺE) Achinese page (Kopenhagen) Old English page (Ċēapmannhæfen) Arabic page (كوبنهاغن = Kūbinhāghin) Aragonese page (Copenaguen) Asturian page (Copenhague) Guarani page (Kopenihage) Belarusian page (Горад Капенгаген = Horad Kapenhahen; Капенгаген = Kapenhahen) Bulgarian page (Копенхаген = Kopenkhagen) Catalan page (Copenhaguen) Czech page (Kodaň) Corsican page (Copenaghen) Estonian page (Kopenhaagen) Greek page (Κοπεγχάγη = Kopenchagē) Emiliano-Romagnolo page (Cupenàghen) Erzya page (Копенгаген ош = Kopengagen osh; Копенгаген = Kopengagen)
    • found: Wikipedia, September 3, 2015: Spanish page (Copenhague) Esperanto page (Kopenhago) Extremaduran page (Copenagui) Basque page (Kopenhage) Faroese page (Keypmannahavn) French page (Copenhague) Irish page (Cóbanhávan) Korean page (코펜하겐 = K'op'enhagen) Icelandic page (Kaupmannahöfn) Italian page (Copenaghen) Hebrew page (קופנהגן = Ḳopenhagen) Kashubian page (Kòpenhaga) Cornish page (Kopenhavn) Haitian page (Kopènag) Kurdish page (Kopenhag [in roman]) Latgalian page (Kopenhaga) Latin page (Hafnia; also Haunia, Codania, or Portus Mercatorum) Latvian page (Kopenhāgena) Lithuanian page (Kopenhaga) Limburgish page (Koupenhage) Lombard page (Cupenaghen) Hungarian page (Koppenhága) Macedonian page (Копенхаген = Kopenhagen) Malagasy page (Kaopenagy)
    • found: Wikipedia, September 3, 2015: Low Saxon page (Kopenhoaven) Japanese page (コペンハーゲン = Kopenhāgen) Northern Frisian page (Kopenhuuwen) Occitan page (Copenaga) Polish page (Kopenhaga) Russian page (Копенгаген = Kopengagen) Sakha page (Копенhаген = Kopenḣagen) Northern Sami page (Københápman) Church Slavic page (Кобєнхавнъ = Kobenkhavn) Silesian page (Kopynhaga) Somali page (Kobanhaygan [in roman]) Finnish page (Kööpenhamina) Swedish page (Köpenhamn) Turkish page (Kopenhag) Ukrainian page (Копенгаген = Kopenhahen) Võro page (Kopõnhaagõn) Yiddish page (קאפנהאגן = Ḳopenhagn) Samogitian page (Kuopenhaga) Chinese page (哥本哈根 = Gebenhagen)
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Old catalog heading: Copenhagen]
    • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
  • Change Notes

    • 1979-05-02: new
    • 2015-09-07: revised
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