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us: Düsseldorf (Germany)

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    • us: Di͡usselʹdorf (Germany)
    • us: Landeshauptstadt Düsseldorf (Germany)
    • us: Dusseldorp (Germany)
    • us: Горад Дзюсельдорф (Germany)
    • us: Horad Dzi͡uselʹdorf (Germany)
    • us: Дзюсельдорф (Germany)
    • us: Dzi͡uselʹdorf (Germany)
    • us: Дюселдорф (Germany)
    • us: Di͡useldorf (Germany)
    • us: Düssldorf (Germany)
    • us: Дюссельдорф (Germany)
    • us: Νττ̔̈«”αε·σελντορφ (Germany)
    • us: D̲iselntorph (Germany)
    • us: Duseldorfo (Germany)
    • us: دوسلدورف (Germany)
    • us: Dūsildūrf (Germany)
    • us: דיסלדורף (Germany)
    • us: Diseldorf (Germany)
    • us: Dusseldorpium (Germany)
    • us: Diseldorfa (Germany)
    • us: Diuseldorfas (Germany)
    • us: Диселдорф (Germany)
    • us: デュッセルドルフ (Germany)
    • us: Dyusserudorufu (Germany)
    • us: Disseldorf (Germany)
    • us: Dyzeldorfi (Germany)
  • Addtional Information

    • Descriptor

        (lcsh) Cities and towns
    • Descriptor

        (lcsh) Capitals (Cities)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Germany
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany)
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  • Sources

    • found: LC data base, 03-03-97 (hdg.: Düsseldorf (Germany))
    • found: I͡Evropeĭsʹkyĭ instytut zasobiv masovoï informat͡siï, 1995: p. 7 (Di͡usselʹdorf)
    • found: GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009 (unknown; 51°13ʹ18ʺN 006°46ʹ34ʺE)
    • found: Düsseldorfer Museen Bulletin, Okt./Dez. 1991: colophon (Landeshauptstadt Düsseldorf)
    • found: Wikipedia, April 18, 2014 (Düsseldorf is the capital city of the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia; The first written mention of the town of Düsseldorf (then called Dusseldorp in the local Low Rhenish dialect) dates back to 1135; Since 1975, Düsseldorf is divided into ten administrative districts. Each district (Bezirk) has its own elected district council (Bezirksvertretung) and its own district mayor (Bezirksvorsteher). The district councils are advisory only. Each district is further subdivided into boroughs. There are 50 boroughs in Düsseldorf; 51°14ʹN 6°47ʹE) Belarusian page (Горад Дзюсельдорф = Horad DzЋiЌuseldorf; Дзюсельдорф = DzЋiЌuseldorf) Bulgarian page (Дюселдорф = DЋiЌuseldorf) Bavarian page (DЈussldorf) Chuvash page (Дюссельдорф = DЋiЌusseldorf) Greek page (Νττ̔̈«”αε·σελντορφ = Diselntorph) Esperanto page (Duseldorfo) Persian page (دوسلدورف = Dڶusildڶurf) Hebrew page (דיסלדורף = Diseldorf) Latin page (Dusseldorpium) Latvian page (Diseldorfa) Lithuanian page (Diuseldorfas) Limburgish page (Dusseldںorp) Macedonian page (Диселдорф = Diseldorf) Japanese page (デュッセルドルフ = Dyusserudorufu) PЈalzisch page (Disseldorf) Russian page (Дюссельдорф = DЋiЌusseldorf) Albanian page (Dyzeldorfi)
  • Editorial Notes

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

    • 1980-11-05: new
    • 2014-04-20: revised
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