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List of German exonyms for places in Italy

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List of German exonyms for places in Italy

Below is list of German language exonyms for places in non-German-speaking areas of Italy :


  • Italy in general 1
  • Formazza Valley (Eschental) 2
  • Sauris area 3
  • Valle di Mocheni (Fersental) 4
  • Sappada area 5
  • Pontebba-Tarviso 6
  • See also 7

Italy in general

Formazza Valley (Eschental)

  • Agaro Ager
  • Altillone Buneigen
  • Brendo Branden
  • Bressanone Brixen
  • Bruggi Das Brennig Hischeru
  • Canza Früttwald
  • Chiesa Andermatten
  • Cramec Grameck
  • Ecco Egga
  • Fondovalle Staffelwald
  • Foppiano Unterstalden
  • Formazza Pommat
  • Frua Auf der Frut
  • Ghighel Gigeln
  • Grovella Gürfelen
  • Hei Hey
  • Morasco Morast
  • Ponte Zumsteg
  • Regina Königin
  • Riale Kehrbach
  • San Michele Sankt Michael
  • Sotto la Frua Unterfrut
  • Valdo Wald

Sauris area

Valle di Mocheni (Fersental)

Sappada area


See also

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