Maltese exonyms

Maltese exonyms

Below is list of Maltese exonyms for towns, cities and villages outside of Malta.

Contents

Albania

Albanija

  • Tiranë Tirana

Algeria

Alġerija

Australia

Awstralja

Austria

Awstrija

Belgium

Belġju

Bulgaria

Bulgarija

China

Ċina

Croatia

Kroazja

Cyprus

Ċipru

Czech Republic

Repubblika Ċeka

Denmark

Danimarka

Egypt

Eġittu

Finland

Finlandja

France

Franza

Germany

Ġermanja

Greece

Greċja

Iceland

Islanda

Indonesia

Indoneżja

Iraq

Iraq

Israel

Iżrael

Italy

Italja

Japan

Ġappun

Kenya

Kenja

Lebanon

Libanu

Libya

Libja

Lithuania

Litwanja

Luxembourg

Lussemburgu

Mexico

Messiku

Monaco

Monako

Netherlands

Pajjiżi Baxxi

Poland

Polonja

Portugal

Portugall

Romania

Rumanija

  • Bucureşti Bukarest

Russia

Russja

Saudi Arabia

Arabja Sawdija

Serbia

Serbja

South Korea

Korea t'Isfel

Spain

Spanja

Sweden

Svezja

Switzerland

Svizzera

Syria

Sirja

Tunisia

Tuneżija

United Kingdom

Renju Unit


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