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Bruges (Belgium)

LC control no.n 79018880
Descriptive conventionsrda
Geographic headingBruges (Belgium)
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Geographic subdivision usageBelgium--Bruges
Variant(s)Brugge (Belgium)
Brujas (Belgium)
Bri︠u︡gge (Belgium)
Bruga (Belgium)
Brucke Villa (Belgium)
Brudgias (Belgium)
Brugae Flandrorum (Belgium)
Brugiae (Belgium)
Brugias (Belgium)
Brugis (Belgium)
Flandrense Municipium (Belgium)
Associated countryBelgium
Associated placeFlanders (Belgium) West Flanders (Belgium)
Special noteOld catalog heading: Bruges
Found inOrbis Latinus, 1972: I:343 (Bruga, Brucke villa, Brudgias, Brugae Flandrorum, Brugensis, Brugiae, Brugias, Brugis, Flandrense municipium: Bruges (Brügge, Brugge), Hst. d. Pr. Flandre occidentale (W-Flandern), Belgien)
GeoNames, 22 January 2014 (Brugge (approved); Bruges (variant); country: Belgium; ADM1: Flanders (conventional); Vlaanderen (Dutch); 51° 12ʹ 39ʺN, 003° 13ʹ 33ʺE; 51.210933 [N], 3.225971 [E]; seat of second-order administrative division)
Wikipedia, 22 January 2014 (Bruges; Bruges in English; Dutch: Brugge, French: Bruges, German: Brügge; capital and largest city of the province of West Flanders in the Flemish Region of Belgium; it is located in the northwest of the country)
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