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Dover (Del.)

LC control no.n 81084390
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Geographic headingDover (Del.)
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Geographic subdivision usageDelaware--Dover
Variant(s)City of Dover (Del.)
Горад Довер (Del.)
Horad Dover (Del.)
Довер (Del.)
Доувър (Del.)
Douvŭr (Del.)
Ντόβερ (Del.)
דובר (Del.)
Dovera (Del.)
Doveris (Del.)
ドーバー (Del.)
Dōbā (Del.)
דאווער (Del.)
Doverės (Del.)
多佛 (Del.)
Duofu (Del.)
Beginning date1683
Associated countryUnited States
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Old catalog heading: Dover, Del.
Found inGeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009 (ppl; 39°09ʹ29ʺN 075°31ʹ28ʺW)
Wikipedia, May 31, 2015 (Dover, Delaware; City of Dover; capital and second largest city in the U.S. state of Delaware; county seat of Kent County; founded 1683; 39°09ʹ43ʺN 75°31ʹ36ʺW) Belarusian page (Горад Довер = Horad Dover; Довер = Dover) Bulgarian page (Доувър = Douvŭr) Greek page (Ντόβερ = D̲over) Hebrew page (דובר = Dover) Latvian page (Dovera) Lithuanian page (Doveris) Japanese page (ドーバー = Dōbā) Yiddish page (דאווער = Doṿer) Samogitian page (Doverės) Chinese page (多佛 = Duofu)
Geographic area coden-us-de