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Munich, Germany

Munich, Germany

According to abbreviationfinder, Munich is the capital of Bavaria, on the Isar, with (2019) 1.5 million residents, the third largest city in Germany. Independent city and administrative seat of the district of Munich and the administrative district of Upper Bavaria….
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Cologne, Germany

Cologne, Germany

According to abbreviationfinder, Cologne is a city in North Rhine-Westphalia, with (2019) 1.1 million residents, is the fourth largest city in Germany, in the fertile Cologne basin on both sides of the Rhine area. Cologne has a university (founded in…
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Bratislava, Slovakia

Bratislava, Slovakia

According to abbreviationfinder, Bratislava is the capital of the Slovak Republic and the administrative center of Bratislava district with (2018) 432 900 residents. The city is located 130–180 m above sea level, on the southern footing of the Little Carpathians, mainly…
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Frankfurt, Germany

Frankfurt, Germany

According to abbreviationfinder, Frankfurt is a city ​​in Hesse, in the sub-Main level, with (2019) 763 400 residents, the largest city in Hesse. Educational institutions include the university and the Senckenberg research institute (the largest German research museum), libraries (including…
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Ljubljana, Slovenia

Ljubljana, Slovenia

Ljubljana According to abbreviationfinder, Ljubljana is the capital of Slovenia, 290 m above sea level, in Carniola on both sides of the Ljubljanica (Laibach), which flows into the Save below Ljubljana, (2019) 284 400 residents. Ljubljana is the country’s cultural, educational…
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Dusseldorf, Germany

Dusseldorf, Germany

According to abbreviationfinder, Düsseldorf is the capital of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and the administrative district of Düsseldorf, independent city, lies on both sides of the Rhine, 36 m above sea level, on the terraces of the Lower Rhine,…
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Geneva, Switzerland

Geneva, Switzerland

Geneva According to abbreviationfinder, Geneva (French Genève), capital of the canton of Geneva, at the outflow of the Rhône from Lake Geneva, with (2018) 201 800 residents the second largest city in Switzerland. Geneva is the intellectual center of French-speaking…
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Bremen, Germany

Bremen, Germany

According to abbreviationfinder, Bremen, is a city ​​on both sides of the lower Weser, forms the main part of the state of Bremen, (2019) 567 600 residents (1947: 393 600 residents, 1971: 594 600 residents). The new town lies on…
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Manchester, United Kingdom

Manchester, United Kingdom

According to abbreviationfinder, Manchester is the largest city in the metropolitan county of Greater Manchester, England, between Merseyniederung and Penninischem Mountains 537 800 residents (1961 661 000), Manchester is an independent metropolitan borough and the agglomeration has 2.63 million Resident.The…
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Budapest, Hungary

Budapest, Hungary

According to abbreviationfinder, Budapest is the capital of Hungary, covers 525 km 2 on both sides of the Danube, which leaves here the Hungarian Central Mountains and flows into the Great Hungarian Plain, (2018) 1.75 million residents. On the right,…
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Reykjavík, Iceland

Reykjavík, Iceland

Reykjavík According to abbreviationfinder, Reykjavík is the capital and main port of Iceland, inside the always ice-free Faxabucht (Faxaflói) on the west coast, (2019) 128 800 residents (conurbation 222 800 residents). Reykjavík, including the neighboring municipalities of Kópavogur, Hafnarfjörður, Mosfellsbær,…
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Dublin, Ireland

Dublin, Ireland

According to abbreviationfinder, Dublin is the capital of the Republic of Ireland, at the mouth of the Liffey at Dublin Bay Irish Sea, (2016) 553 200 residents; 1.17 million people live in the urban agglomeration (around a quarter of the…
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Kiev, Ukraine

Kiev, Ukraine

According to abbreviationfinder, Kiev is the capital of Ukraine and the territory Kiev, both sides of the Dnieper, (2019) 2.95 million residents (about 94% Ukrainians, 5% Russians); the agglomeration has around 4.1 million residents. The city is the economic, scientific, spiritual…
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Naples, Italy

Naples, Italy

According to abbreviationfinder, Naples is the largest city in southern Italy, on the Gulf of Naples, reaching to the north and west foot of Vesuvius, surrounded by the Phlegraean Fields, 15 m above sea level, (2019) 959 200 residents. Administrative headquarters…
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Milan, Italy

Milan, Italy

According to abbreviationfinder, Milan is the capital of the Città metropolitana Milan and the Lombardy region, Italy, 100–130 m above sea level, in the northern Po Valley, with (2019) 1.37 million residents, the second largest city in Italy. Seat of an…
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Salzburg, Austria

Salzburg, Austria

According to abbreviationfinder, Salzburg is an Austrian state with an area of ​​7 156 km 2 and 549 300 residents; The capital is Salzburg. The state stretches on both sides of the Salzach and has numerous hydropower plants. Sources of…
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