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Montpelier (Vt.)

LC control no.n 80026750
Descriptive conventionsrda
Geographic headingMontpelier (Vt.)
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Geographic subdivision usageVermont--Montpelier
Variant(s)Montpelier, Vt.
Монпелие (Vt.)
Monpelie (Vt.)
Μονπελιέ (Vt.)
Монтпилиер (Vt.)
Montpilier (Vt.)
Montpīljera (Vt.)
Montpiljeris (Vt.)
モントピリア (Vt.)
Montopiria (Vt.)
Монтпилијер (Vt.)
Montpilijer (Vt.)
Монтпілієр (Vt.)
Montpilii︠e︡r (Vt.)
Montpiljerės (Vt.)
蒙彼利埃 (Vt.)
Mengbiliai (Vt.)
City of Montpelier (Vt.)
Beginning date1787-05
Associated countryUnited States
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inGeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009 (ppl; 44°15ʹ36ʺN 072°34ʹ31ʺW)
Wikipedia, July 1, 2014 (Montpelier, Vermont; city that serves as the state capital and the shire town (county seat) of Washington County; 44°15ʹN 72°34ʹW (44.2500, -72.5667); settled 1787; incorporated (village) 1818; incorporated (city) 1895; first permanent settlement began in May 1787) Bulgarian page (Монпелие = Monpelie) Greek page (Μονπελιέ = Monpelie) Ossetic page (Монтпилиер = Montpilier) Latvian page (Montpīljera) Lithuanian page (Montpiljeris) Japanese page (モントピリア = Montopiria) Serbian page (Монтпилијер = Montpilijer) Ukrainian page (Монтпілієр = Montpilii︠e︡r) Samogitian page (Montpiljerės) Chinese page (蒙彼利埃 = Mengbiliai)
Montpelier, Vermont home page, July 1, 2014 (Montpelier, Vermont) HTML header (City of Montpelier)
Geographic area coden-us-vt
Associated languageeng