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Brazzaville (Congo)


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    • us: Maya-Maya (Congo)
    • us: N'Tamo (Congo)
    • us: Brazzavil (Congo)
    • us: Горад Бразавіль (Congo)
    • us: Horad Brazavilʹ (Congo)
    • us: Бразавіль (Congo)
    • us: Brazavilʹ (Congo)
    • us: Бразавил (Congo)
    • us: Μπραζαβίλ (Congo)
    • us: Brazavilo (Congo)
    • us: Браззавиль (Congo)
    • us: IBrazzaville (Congo)
    • us: ברזוויל (Congo)
    • us: Balazavile (Congo)
    • us: Brazzapolis (Congo)
    • us: Brazavila (Congo)
    • us: Brazavilis (Congo)
    • us: Brazzavile (Congo)
    • us: Barasafille (Congo)
    • us: Браззавіль (Congo)
    • us: Brasawil (Congo)
    • us: בראזאוויל (Congo)
    • us: 布拉柴维尔 (Congo)
    • us: Bulachaiwei'er (Congo)
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    • found: GEOnet names server, September 8, 2015 (Brazzaville; variants: Maya-Maya; N'Tamo; capital of a political entity; Congo, Republic of the, first-order administrative division: Brazzaville; 04°15ʹ33ʺS, 015°17ʹ05ʺE (-4.259167, 15.284722))
    • found: The world factbook, via WWW, September 8, 2015 (under Congo, Republic of the: capital: Brazzaville; geographic coordinates: 4 15 S, 15 17 E)
    • found: Wikipedia, September 8, 2015 (Brazzaville; capital and largest city of the Republic of the Congo; founded on 10 September 1880 on the site of a Bateke village named Nkuna by an Italo-French explorer, Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza; the city became the capital first of the French Congo, and then of French Equatorial Africa; 4°16ʹ04ʺS 15°17ʹ31ʺE) Azerbaijani page (Brazzavil) Belarusian page (Горад Бразавіль = Horad Brazavilʹ; Бразавіль = Brazavilʹ) Bulgarian page (Бразавил = Brazavil) Greek page (Μπραζαβίλ = Brazavil) Esperanto page (Brazavilo) Ossetic page (Браззавиль = Brazzavilʹ) Xhosa page (IBrazzaville) Hebrew page (ברזוויל = Brazaṿil) Kongo page (Balazavile) Haitian page (Brazavil) Latin page (Brazzapolis) Latvian page (Brazavila) Lithuanian page (Brazavilis) Malagasy page (Brazzavile) Russian page (Браззавиль = Brazzavilʹ) Somali page (Barasafille) Ukrainian page (Браззавіль = Brazzavilʹ) Wolof page (Brasawil) Yiddish page (בראזאוויל = Brazaṿil) Chinese page (布拉柴维尔 = Bulachaiwei'er)
  • Editorial Notes

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    • [Old catalog heading: Brazzaville, Congo]
  • Change Notes

    • 1979-07-25: new
    • 2015-09-10: revised
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