Esztergom


Esztergom
Original name in latin Esztergom
Name in other language Ehstergom, Estergom, Estergon, Esztergom, Gran, Ostrihom, Ostrogon, Ostrzyhom, Ostihom, Pilisszentlelek, Pilisszentllek, Strigoni, Strigonie, Strigonio, Strigoniu, Strigonium, ai si tai er ge mu, astrgm, eseuteleugom, esuterugomu, Естергом, Естерґом
State code HU
Continent/City Europe/Budapest
longitude 47.7928
latitude 18.74148
altitude 110
Population 28785
Date 2013-04-11

Cities with a population over 1000 database. 2013.

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