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Carinthia (Austria)

LC control no.n 79126996
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Geographic headingCarinthia (Austria)
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Geographic subdivision usageAustria--Carinthia
Variant(s)Kärnten (Austria)
Koroška (Austria)
Karantanija (Austria)
Carantania (Austria)
Koruška (Austria)
See alsoCarinthia (Duchy)
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Special noteOld catalog heading: Carinthia
Found inÖsterr. Lex. (Kärnten; a duchy from 976-1849, when it became a crownland; since abolishment of monarchy a Bundesland of the state of Austria)
Britannica Micro.: v. 5, p. 715 (Kärnten, also called Carinthia, a Bundesland of Austria; after WW I, 128 sq. mi. ceded to Yugoslavia and 172 sq. mi. ceded to Italy)
Columbia gaz. (Carinthia, Ger. Kärnten, province, S. Austria. By the Treaty of Saint-Germain (1919) the prov. lost some territory to Italy and Yugoslavia)
Web. 3 (Carinthia, province in Austria)
GEOnet, Apr. 16, 1999 (Austria: Karnten, Bundesland, ADM1; Koroska, SEE Karnten, Bundesland)
Lippincott (Carinthia, Ger. Kärnten, autonomous province (Bundesland), S Austria. Created as independent duchy in 976. Fell to Rudolf I of Hapsburg in 1276. Became Austrian crownland in 14th cent. Before 1919 Carinthia included territories now belonging to adjoining Italy and Yugoslavia)
GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009 (adm1; 46°45ʹ00ʺN 013°50ʹ00ʺE)
Not found inLC data base, 02-13-90 (hdg.: Carinthia (Duchy))
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