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Polish exonyms

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Polish exonyms

Below is list of Polish language exonyms for places in non-Polish-speaking areas of Europe :

Contents

  • Europe 1
    • Rivers 1.1
    • Mountains 1.2
  • Albania 2
  • Austria 3
    • Towns 3.1
    • Regions 3.2
  • Belarus (Białoruś) 4
  • Belgium (Belgia) 5
    • Towns 5.1
    • Regions 5.2
  • Bulgaria (Bułgaria) 6
  • Canada (Kanada) 7
  • Croatia (Chorwacja) 8
  • Czech Republic (Czechy) 9
    • Towns 9.1
    • Regions 9.2
    • Mountains 9.3
    • Rivers 9.4
  • Denmark (Dania) 10
  • Estonia 11
  • France (Francja) 12
    • Towns 12.1
    • Regions 12.2
    • Rivers 12.3
  • Germany (Niemcy) 13
    • Regions 13.1
  • Greece (Grecja) 14
    • Towns 14.1
    • Regions 14.2

Europe

Rivers

Mountains

Albania

Austria

Towns

Regions

Belarus (Białoruś)

Belgium (Belgia)

Towns

Regions

Bulgaria (Bułgaria)

Canada (Kanada)

Croatia (Chorwacja)

Czech Republic (Czechy)

Towns

Regions

Mountains

Rivers

Denmark (Dania)

Estonia

France (Francja)

Towns

Regions

Rivers

Germany (Niemcy)

Regions

Greece (Grecja)

Towns

Regions

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