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Des Moines (Iowa)

LC control no.n 79081388
Descriptive conventionsrda
Geographic headingDes Moines (Iowa)
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Geographic subdivision usageIowa--Des Moines
Variant(s)City of Des Moines (Iowa)
Де Мойн (Iowa)
De Moĭn (Iowa)
Ντε Μόιν (Iowa)
Monachopolis (Iowa)
De Moinas (Iowa)
Де Мојн (Iowa)
De Mojn (Iowa)
De Moins (Iowa)
Other standard no.,_Iowa
Associated countryUnited States
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inGeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009 (ppl; 41°36ʹ02ʺN 093°36ʹ33ʺW)
Wikipedia, July 19, 2019 (Des Moines, Iowa; capital and the most populous city in the U.S. state of Iowa; county seat of Polk County; small part of the city extends into Warren County; it was incorporated on September 22, 1851, as Fort Des Moines, which was shortened to "Des Moines" in 1857; 41°35ʹ27ʺN 93°37ʹ15ʺW) Bulgarian page (Де Мойн = De Moĭn) Greek page (Ντε Μόιν (Αϊόβα) = D̲e Moin (Aiova)) Latin page (Monachopolis) Lithuanian page (De Moinas) Russian page (Де-Мойн = De-Moĭn) Serbian page (Де Мојн = De Mojn) Samogitian page (De Moins)
City of Des Moines website, July 19, 2019: home page (City of Des Moines; Des Moines, Iowa) visitors > about Des Moines (City of Des Moines is Iowa's capital city and the county seat of Polk County)
GNIS, July 19, 2019 (Des Moines, populated place, county seat, state capital, Polk County, Iowa; founded in 1846 and incorporated in 1851; also lists City of Des Moines, civil, Polk and Warren counties, Iowa)
Geographic area coden-us-ia
Associated languageeng