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Phoenix (Ariz.)

LC control no.n 81066146
Descriptive conventionsrda
Geographic headingPhoenix (Ariz.)
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Geographic subdivision usageArizona--Phoenix
Variant(s)City of Phoenix (Ariz.)
Fenghuang Cheng (Ariz.)
Fenghuangcheng (Ariz.)
Fenikkusu (Ariz.)
Feniks (Ariz.)
Fenikso (Ariz.)
Finiks (Ariz.)
Fīniksa (Ariz.)
Finiksas (Ariz.)
Finiksos (Ariz.)
Hoozdoh (Ariz.)
Horad Finiks (Ariz.)
Pēniki (Ariz.)
Phoinix (Ariz.)
P'iniksŭ (Ariz.)
Φοίνιξ (Ariz.)
Финикс (Ariz.)
Фінікс (Ariz.)
Феникс (Ariz.)
Горад Фінікс (Ariz.)
פיניקס (Ariz.)
フェニックス (Ariz.)
鳳凰城 (Ariz.)
피닉스 (Ariz.)
Other standard no.Q16556
Associated countryUnited States
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Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
Old catalog heading: Phoenix, Ariz.
Found inNorthland Research City of Phoenix archaeology series, No. 3 (1992): analytical t.p. (City of Phoenix)
GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009 (ppl; 33⁰26ʹ54ʺN 112⁰04ʹ27ʺW)
Wikipedia, August 10, 2015 (Phoenix, Arizona; City of Phoenix; capital, and largest city, of the state of Arizona; seat of Maricopa County; 33⁰27ʹN 112⁰04ʹW) Azerbaijani page (Finiks [in roman]) Belarusian page (Горад Фінікс = Horad Finiks; Фінікс = Finiks) Bulgarian page (Финикс = Finiks) Navajo page (Hoozdoh) Greek page (Φοίνιξ = Phoinix) Esperanto page (Fenikso) Korean page (피닉스 = P'iniksŭ) Hawaiian page (Pēniki) Hebrew page (פיניקס = Finiḳs) Latvian page (Fīniksa) Lithuanian page (Finiksas) Macedonian page (Феникс = Feniks) Japanese page (フェニックス = Fenikkusu) Samogitian page (Finiksos) Chinese page (鳳凰城 = Fenghuang Cheng)
Geographic area coden-us-az
Invalid LCCNn 79105699