Girne (Turkish), Κερύνεια (Keryneia) (Greek)

Names of cities in different languages. 2013.

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  • Kyrénia — Kyrenia Kyrenia …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Kyrenia — Géolocalisation sur la carte : Chypre …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Kyrenia — Kyrenia,   türkisch Gịrne, Stadt an der Nordküste Zyperns, 7 000 Einwohner; am Fuße der küstenparallel verlaufenden, rd. 130 km langen Kyreniakette (im Westen bis 1 024 m über dem Meeresspiegel) gelegen; Hochschule; bis zur türkischen Besetzung… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Kyrenia — En este artículo sobre geografía se detectaron los siguientes problemas: Necesita ser wikificado conforme a las convenciones de estilo de Wikipedia. Carece de fuentes o referencias que aparezcan en una fuente acreditada. Requiere una revisión… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Kyrenia — Burg von Kyrenia Kyrenia, griechisch Kerínia (Κερύνεια), türkisch Girne, ist eine Hafenstadt an der Nordküste der Mittelmeerinsel Zypern. Die Stadt gehört völkerrechtlich zur Republik Zypern und wird seit 1974 von der international nur von der… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Kyrenia — For the village in Greece which, see Keryneia, Greece. Infobox City official name = Kyrenia / Κερύνεια / Girne nickname = motto = |1px imagesize = image caption = image shield = Girne Belediyesi.gif image blank emblem = blank emblem type = blank… …   Wikipedia

  • Kyrenia — ▪ Cyprus Greek  Kirínia,  Turkish  Girne,         city, situated along the northern coast of Cyprus, in the Turkish Cypriot administered area. Founded by the Achaeans, ancient Greek colonists, and fortified by the Byzantines, Franks, and… …   Universalium

  • Kyrenia — Original name in latin Kyrenia Name in other language Girne, Kerineja, Kerinia, Keryneia, Kerynia, Kernia, Kerneia, Kirenia, Kirenija, Kyrenia, Kyrinia pa Kypros, Kyrnia p Kypros, Krynia, ghrnt, kai li ni ya, kayrnya, kilenia, kirenia, kyrynya,… …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Kyrenia — ► C. de Chipre, en la parte turca de la isla, cap. del distrito homónimo (640 km2 y 25 997 h); 3 900 h …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Kyrenia ship — The Kyrenia ship is the wreck of a 4th century BC Greek merchant ship. It was discovered by Greek Cypriot sponge diver Andreas Kariolou in 1967 and salvaged close to Kyrenia in Cyprus in an expedition directed by Michael Katzev, a graduate… …   Wikipedia

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