Basque exonyms

Below is list of Basque language exonyms for town, cities and village in non-basque-speaking areas of Europe :


*Wien Viena


*Brussel-Bruxelles Brusela

Czech Republic

*Praha Praga


*København Kopenhage


*Ajaccio Aiacciu
*Angoulême Angulema
*Auch Auski
*Bordeaux Bordele
*Carcassone Caracsona
*Dax Akize
*La Rochelle Arroxela
*Marseille Marseilla
*Mont-de-Marsan Mendi-Marzana
*Nice Niza
*Perpignan Perpinya
*Rouen Erruan
*Strasbourg Estrasburgo
*Tarbes Aturbe
*Toulouse Tolosa


*Köln Kilonia
*München Munich


*Athina Atenas


*Firenze Florentzia
*Milano Milan
*Roma Erroma
*Torino Turin


*Den Haag Haga


*Warszawa Varsovia


*Bucharest Bukarest


*Moskva Moscu
*Sankt Peterburg San Petersburgo


*Beograd Belgrad


*Barcelona Bartzelona
*Cádiz Kadiz
*Córdoba Kordoba
*Madrid Madril
*Murcia Murtzia
*Palencia Palentzia
*Santander Sanandere
*Valencia Valentzia


*Basel Basilea
*Bern Berna
*Genève Geneva

ee also

*List of European exonyms

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