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English name Other names or former names
Bacău Bacău (Romanian*), BakauБакау (Macedonian, Serbian*), BakeuБакэу (Russian*), Bákó (Hungarian*)
Baia Mare Baia Mare (Estonian, Romanian*), Baja MareБаја Маре (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Frauenbach (German*), Nagybánya (Hungarian*), Neustadt (rarer German*), Rivulus Dominarum or Rivuli Puellarum (Latin*)
Bakhchysarai Bachtschyssaraj (German*), Bağçasaray (Azeri*, Crimean Tatar*), Bahçesaray (Turkish*), Bahcisarai (Romanian*), BahčisarajБахчисарај (Macedonian*, Serbian), Baheuchisarai / Pahŭch'isarai – 바흐치사라이 (Korean*), Bahtšisarai (Estonian, Finnish), Bakczysaraj (Polish*), BakhchisarayБахчисарай (Russian*), BakhchysaraiБахчисарай (Ukrainian*)
Balassagyarmat Balassagyarmat (Hungarian*), Balážske Ďarmoty (Slovak*), Ďarmoty (Czech*), Jahrmarkt (German)
Banská Bystrica Banska BistricaБанска Бистрица (Serbian*, Macedonian*), Banská Bystrica (Slovak*, Czech*), Bańska Bystrzyca (Polish*), Besztercebánya (Hungarian*), Neosolium (Latin), Neusohl (German*)
Banská Štiavnica Banská Štiavnica (Slovak*), Banska ŠtijavnicaБанска Штијавница (Macedonian*), Banska ŠtjavnjicaБанска Штјавњица (Serbian*), Bańska Szczawnica (Polish*), Schemnitz (German*), Selmecbánya (Hungarian*)
Bar (Montenegro) Antivari (Italian*), Bar (Croatian*, Finnish*, Romanian*), BarБар (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Tivar (Albanian*)
Barcelona 'Barcellona (Italian*), Barċellona (Maltese), Barcelona (Catalan*, Croatian*, Dutch*, Estonian*, Finnish*, Galician*, Norwegian*, Occitan*, Polish*, Portuguese*, Romanian*, Slovene*, Spanish*, Swedish*), Barcelóna (Hungarian), Barcelona – بارسلونا (Urdu*), Barcelone (French*, Friulian), Barcino (Latin*), Bårçulone (Walloon), Bareusellona / Parŭsellona – 바르셀로나 (Korean*), Barna (Catalan abbreviation), Barselona – Բարսելոնա (Armenian), Barselona (Azeri*, Ladino*, Latvian*, Lithuanian*, Tagalog*, Turkish*), BarselonaБарселона (Macedonian*, Russian*, Serbian*, Ukrainian*), Barsheluna – বার্সেলোনা (Bengali), Bartzelona (Basque*), Barts'lóna – ברצלונה (Hebrew*), Baruserona – バルセロナ (Japanese*), Bāsàiluónà – 巴塞羅那 (Chinese*), VarkelóniΒαρκελώνη (Greek*)
Bardejov Bardejov (Slovak, Czech), Bardiów (Polish), Bártfa (Hungarian), Bartfeld (German), Bartpha (Latin)
Basel Bajel / Pajel – 바젤 (Korean*), Bâle (French*), Bāsài'ěr – 巴塞爾 (Chinese*), Basel (Croatian*, Estonian*, Finnish*, German*, Romanian*, Swedish*, Turkish*), Basilea (Catalan*, Italian*, Romansh*, Spanish*), Basileia (Portuguese*), Basilej (Czech*), Basilia (Latin*), Basle (variant in English*), Bazel (Azeri*, Dutch*), Bazel- Բազել (Armenian*), Bazel – בזל (Hebrew*), Bázel (Hungarian*), BazelБазел (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bazel'Базель (Russian*, Ukrainian*), Bāzele (Latvian*), Bazelis (Lithuanian*), Bāzeru – バーゼル (Japanese*), Bāzil – بازل (Arabic), Bazilej (Slovak*), Bazylea (Polish*), Buslaraborg (Icelandic), VasilíaΒασιλεία (Greek*)
Bastia Bastìa (Corsican*, Finnish*, Italian*), Bastia (Dutch*, French*, German*), BastijaБастија (Macedonian*, Serbian)
Bastogne Baaschtnech or Baastnech (Luxembourgish*), Bāsītuōniè – 巴斯托涅 (Chinese*), Bastenaken (Dutch*), Bastnach (German*), Bastogne (French*, Finnish*, Italian*, Romanian*), BastonjБастоњ (Macedonian*, Serbian)
Bath Aquae Sulis (Latin*), Baðan, Baðanceaster*, Baðon or Baðum (Anglo-Saxon), Bāsī – 巴斯 (Chinese*), Baseu / Pasŭ – 바스 (Korean*), BatБат (Macedonian, Serbian), Caerfaddon (Welsh*)
Bautzen BaucenБауцен (Macedonian*), Bautzen (Dutch, Estonian, French, German), BudišinБудишин (Serbian*), Budyšín (Czech*, Slovak*), Budyšin (Upper Sorbian), Budyšyn (Lower Sorbian), Budziszyn (Polish*)
Békéscsaba Békéscsaba (Hungarian*), Békešská Čaba (Slovak*), Bichișciaba (Romanian*), Tschabe (German)
Będzin Będzin (Polish*), BendinБендин (Russian*), Bendin – בענדין (Yiddish*), Bendzin (German*), BendzinБенѕин (Macedonian*), BendzinБендзин (Serbian*)
Bela Crkva Bela CrkvaБела Црква (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Biała Cerkiew (Polish*), Bílá Cerekev (Czech*), Biserica Albă (Romanian*), Fehértemplom (Hungarian*, Weißkirchen (German*)
Belfast Béal Feirste (Irish*), Beeal Feirshtey (Manx*), Bèi'ěrfǎsītè – 貝爾法斯特 (Chinese*), Belfast (Albanian, Azeri*, Croatian*, Estonian*, Finnish*, French*, Italian*, Maltese, Romanian*, Spanish*, Turkish*), BelfastБелфаст (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Belfast – בלפסט (Hebrew*), Belfast- بلفاسث (Urdu), Belfāsta (Latvian*), Belfastas (Lithuanian*), Belfaste (Portuguese, alternative*), Belfastium (Latin*), Belffast (Welsh*), Belpas (Tagalog*), Belpaseuteu / Pelp'asŭtŭ – 벨파스트 (Korean*), Berufasuto – ベルファスト (Japanese*), Beul Feirste (Scottish Gaelic*), Bilfawst (Ulster Scots*)
Belfort Befert (old German*), Beffert (German*), BelforБелфор (Serbian*), Belfort (Dutch*, Estonian, French*, German), BelfortБелфорт (Macedonian*)
Belgrade Béalgrád (Irish*), Bèi'ěrgéláidé – 貝爾格萊德 (Chinese*), Bělehrad (Czech*), Belehrad (Slovak*), Belgrad -Բելգրադ (Armenian*), BelgradБелград (Bulgarian*, Macedonian*, Russian*), Belgrad (Catalan*, Estonian*, Finnish*, German*, Maltese, Polish*, Romanian*, Swedish*, Turkish*), Belgrad – בלגרד (Hebrew*), Belgrád (contemporary Hungarian*), Belgrada (Latvian*), Belgradas (Lithuanian*), Belgrade (French*), Belgråde (Walloon*), Belgrado (Dutch*, Italian*, Portuguese*, Spanish*), Belhrad (Ukrainian*), Beligrad (old Slovene), Beogeuradeu / Peogŭradŭ – 베오그라드 (Korean*), Beograd (Albanian*, Croatian*, Danish*, Norwegian *, Scottish Gaelic, Slovene*), BeogradБеоград (Serbian*), Beogurādo – ベオグラード (Japanese*), Bilġrād (Arabic), Griechisch-Weißenburg (old German, rare*), Lándorfejérvár (old Hungarian*), Nándorfehérvár (Hungarian*), Singidunum (Latin*), VeligrádhiΒελιγράδι (Greek*)
Bellinzona BelinconaБелинцона (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bellenz (old Swiss German name), Bellinzona (Dutch*, German*, Italian*, Polish*, Romanian*, Swedish*), Bellinzone (French*), Bilitio (Latin*), Blinzuna (Romansh)
Berat Albánský Bělehrad (Czech*), Berat / Berati (Albanian*), BeratБерат or BelgradБелград (Macedonian*, Serbian), BerátiΜπεράτι (Greek*)
Berdychiv Barditshev – באַרדיטשעװ (Yiddish*), BerdičevБердичев (Macedonian, Serbian), Berdicev (Romanian*), BerdichevБердичев (Russian*), Berdõtšiv' (Estonian), BerdyčivБердичів (Ukrainian*), Berdyczów (Polish*)
Bergen (Norway) Bēi'ěrgēn – 卑爾根 (Chinese*), Beirbhe na Tuathroinn (archaic Scottish Gaelic), Berga (Portuguese*), Bergen (Azeri*, Danish*, Dutch*, Estonian*, German*, Finnish*, Norwegian*, Romanian*, Swedish*, Turkish*), BergenБерген (Macedonian, Serbian*), Bergena (Latvian*), Bergenas (Lithuanian*), Björgvin (Icelandic*), Bjørgvin (archaic Norwegian, former old Norse name)
Berlin Barlīn (Arabic), Barliń (Lower Sorbian), Barlin – برلن (Urdu*), Beirlín (Irish*), Bereullin / Perŭllin – 베를린 (Korean*), Berlien (Gronings), Berliin (Estonian*), Berliini (Finnish*), Berlijn (Dutch*), Berlim (Portuguese*), Berlín (Galician*, Czech*, Icelandic*, Slovak*, Spanish*), Berlin – Բեռլին (Armenian*), Berlin (Azeri*, Croatian*, Danish*, French*, German*, Hungarian*, Interlingua, Maltese, Norwegian*, Polish*, Romanian*, Slovene*, Swedish*, Tagalog*, Turkish*, Walloon*), Berlin – ברלין (Hebrew*), BerlinБерлин (Macedonian, Serbian*), Berlinבערלין (Yiddish*), Berlīne (Latvian*), Berlino (Italian*, Esperanto*), Berlyn (Afrikaans*, West Frisian*), Berlynas (Lithuanian*), Berurin – ベルリン (Japanese*), Bólín – 柏林 (Chinese*), VerolínoΒερολίνο (Greek*)
Berne Bann (Pennsylvania German*), Bereun / Perŭn – 베른 (Korean*), Bern – Բեռն (Armenian*), Bern (Azeri*, Croatian*, Czech*, Danish*, Dutch*, Estonian*, Finnish*, German*, Hungarian*, Slovak*, Slovene*, Swedish*, Turkish*), BernБерн (Macedonian*, Russian*, Serbian*, Ukrainian*), Bern – برن (Persian), Bern – برن (Urdu*), Berna (Catalan*, Friulian*, Italian*, Latin*, Maltese, Portuguese*, Romanian*, Romansh*, Spanish*), Bernas (Lithuanian*), Berne (French*, Latvian*), Berno (Polish*), Berun – ベルン (Japanese*), Bó'ēn – 伯恩 (Chinese*), VérniΒέρνη (Greek*)
Berwick-upon-Tweed Abaruig (Scottish Gaelic, obsolete), Bearaig-a-Deas (Scottish Gaelic*), Berwig (Welsh), Caerferwig (Welsh*), Sooth Berwick or Sou Berick* (Scots)
Besançon Bèisāngsōng – 貝桑松 (Chinese*), Besançon (Catalan, Dutch*, Estonian, Finnish*, French*, German, Romanian*, Turkish*), Besanzone (Italian), BezansonБезансон (Macedonian*, Serbian), Bisanz (old German*), Vesontio (Latin*)
Białowieża Bělověž (Czech*), Beloveža (Latvian*), Białowieża (Estonian, Polish*), BiełaviežaБелавежа (Belarusian*), BilovežaБіловежа (Ukrainian*), BjalovježaБјаловјежа (Macedonian, Serbian)
Białystok Balstogė (Lithuanian*), Bělostok (Czech), BelostokБелосток (Russian*), Belostoka (Latvian*), Bielostok (old Slovak), BjalistokБјалисток (Macedonian*, Serbian), Bjalistoko (Esperanto*), Białystok (Estonian, Polish*), BiełastokБеласток (Belarusian*), Byalistok – ביאַליסטאָק (Yiddish*)
Biel/Bienne Belenus (Latin*), Biel (Estonian, German*, Finnish*), Bienne (French*), BilБил (Macedonian*), Bil/BjenБил/Бјен (Serbian*)
Biella Biella (Italian*), BjelaБјела (Serbian*), Bugella (Latin*), BielaБиела (Macedonian*)
Bielsko-Biała Beļsko-Bjala (Latvian*), Bielitz-Biala (German*), Bielsko-Biała (Polish*), Bílsko-Bělá (Czech*), Bjelsko BjalaБјелско Бјала (Macedonian, Serbian), Byerusuko-Byawa – ビェルスコ=ビャワ (Japanese*)
Bilbao Bì'ěrbā'è – 畢爾巴鄂 or Bì'ěrbāo – 畢爾包 (Chinese*), Bilbao (Azeri*, Catalan*, Croatian*, Dutch*, Estonian, Finnish*, French, Galician, German, Italian*, Latvian*, Lithuanian, Romanian*, Spanish*, Turkish*), Bilbao / Pilbao – 빌바오 (Korean*), BilbaoБилбао (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bilbau (Portuguese*), Bilbo (Basque*), Birubao – ビルバオ (Japanese*)
Bilohirsk BelogorskБелогорск (Macedonian, Russian*, Serbian), Bilohirsk (German*), Bilohirs'kБілогірськ (Ukrainian*), KarasubazarКарасубазар (former Russian*, former Ukrainian*), Karasubazar (Turkish*), Qarasubazar (Azeri*), Qarasuvbazar (Crimean Tatar*)
Bilshivtsi Bilişăuţi (Romanian*), Bil'shivtsiБільшівці (Ukrainian*), Bilşivtsi (Crimean Tatar*), BoljšovciБољшовци (Serbian*), Bol'shovtsyБолшовцы (Russian*), Bolshvets – באָלשװעץ (Yiddish*), BolšovciБолшовци (Macedonian), Bołszowce (Polish*)
Birmingham Bāmingamu – バーミンガム (Japanese*), Berminghem – ברמינגהם (Hebrew*), BirmingemБирмингем (Macedonian*, Russian*, Serbian*), Birmingema (Latvian*), Birmingemas (Lithuanian*), Birmingham (Dutchnl:Birmingham, Italianit:Birmingham), Bómínghàn – 伯明翰 (Chinese*), Brummagem (archaic local usage)
Bischofswerda Bischofswerda (German*), Biskupice (Polish*), BišofsverdaБишофсверда (Macedonian*, Serbian)
Bistrița Beszterce (Hungarian*), BistricaБистрица (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bistrița (Romanian*), Bistritz (German*), Bystrzyca (Polish*)
Bitola Bitolia (Romanian*), BitoljБитољ (Serbian*), BitoljaБитоля (Bulgarian*), Manastir / Manastiri (Albanian*), Manastır (Turkish*), MonastíriΜοναστήρι (Greek*)
Bjelovar Belovár (Hungarian), BelovarБеловар (Macedonian), Belovar (Slovene), Bjelovar (Croatian), BjelovarБјеловар (Serbian*)
Blindheim (Bavaria) Blenheim (Dutch, French), BlindhajmБлиндхајм (Macedonian, Serbian), Blindheim (German*)
Bogdanci Bogdanci (Croatian, Bosnian, Slovene), BogdanciБогданци (Bosnian, Macedonian, Serbian)
Bologna Bollonya / Pollonya – 볼로냐 (Korean*), Bologna (Croatian*, Dutch*, Estonian, German*, Italian*, Finnish*, Romanian*, Slovene*, Swedish*), Bologne (French*), Boloňa (Czech*), Boloña (Galician*), Boloņa (Latvian*), Bolonha (Portuguese*), Bolonia (Polish*, Spanish*), Bolonija (Lithuanian*), Bolonja (Maltese), BolonjaБолоња (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bolonya (Azeri*, Turkish*), Bononia (Latin), Bulåggna (Bolognese*), Bolonja (Albanian), Bóluóníyà – 博洛尼亞 (Chinese*), Borōnya – ボローニャ (Japanese*), Felsina (Etruscan), VoloníaΒολωνία (Greek*)
Bolzano Bal'tsanaБaльцанa (Belarusian*), Bauzanum or Pons Drusi (Latin*), Bocen (Slovene*), BocenБоцен (Serbian*), Bocenas (Lithuanian*), Bó'ěrzhānuò – 博尔扎诺 (Chinese*), Bolcāno (Latvian*), BolcanoБолцано (Macedonian*), Bolğan or Bolzan (Friulian*), Boltsano – בולצאנו (Hebrew*), Bol'tsanoБольцано (Russian*), BoltzánoΜπολτζάνο (Greek*), Bolzano (Estonian, Italian*, Maltese, Romanian*), Bozen (Afrikaans*, Catalan, Croatian*, Dutch*, German*), Bulsan or Balsan(Ladin), Bulsaun (Romansh*)
Bonifacio Bonifacio (Finnish*, French*, Italian*), BonifačoБонифачо (Macedonian*), BonifačoБонифачо (Serbian*), Bunifaziu (Catalan, Corsican*)
Bonn Bō'ēn – 波恩 (Chinese*), Bon – בון (Hebrew*), Bon – ボン (Japanese*), BonБон (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bon (Turkish*), Bona (Lithuanian*, Portuguese*), Bonn (Croatian*, Dutch*, Estonian, German*, Italian*, Maltese, Romanian*), Bonna or Castrum Bonnense (Latin*), Bonna (Latvian*), Būn –بُون (Arabic), VónniΒόννη (Greek*)
Bordeaux Bō'ěrduō – 波爾多 (Chinese*), Boreudo / Porŭdo – 보르도 (Korean*), Bordaíl (Irish*), Bordeaux (Croatian*, Dutch*, Estonian, French*, Finnish*, German*, Hungarian*, Romanian*, Swedish*), Bordèu (Gascon, Occitan*, Provençal), Bordeus (Catalan*), Bordéus (Portuguese*), BordóΜπορντώ (Demotic Greek*), Bordo – בורדו (Hebrew*), Bordo (Latvian*, Lithuanian*), BordoБордо (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bordö (Turkish*), Bordozo (Esperanto*), Borudō – ボルドー (Japanese*), Burdeos (Spanish*, Tagalog*), Bordele (Basque*), Bourdel (Breton*), Burdigala (Latin*), Būrdū – بوردو (Arabic*), VordhígalaΒορδίγαλα (Greek Katharevousa)
Bormio Bormio (German*, Italian*), BormioБормио (Serbian*), Buorm (Romansh), Worms im Veltlintal (former German*)
Botoșani Batashon – באטאשאָן (Yiddish*), BotošaniБотошани (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Botoșani (Romanian*), Botosány (Hungarian*), Botoszany (Polish*)
Bouillon Bouillon (Dutch*, French*, German*, Italian*, Romanian*), Bouyon (Walloon*), Buglione (old Italian*), BujonБујон (Macedonian*, Serbian), Bulhão (Portuguese*)
Boulogne-sur-Mer Bolonia-sobre-el-Mar (former Spanish*), Bolonha-sobre-o-Mar (Portuguese*), Bonen aan zee (Dutch, older*), Boulogne-sur-Mer (Dutch, Finnish*, French*, German*, Italian*, Spanish*) Bononia(medieval Latin), Bulonj sir MerБулоњ сир Мер (Serbian*), Gesoriacum (Roman Latin*)
Braga Beuraga / Pŭraga – 브라가 (Korean*), Bracara Augusta (Latin), Braga (English*, French*, Galician, Portuguese*, Romanian*, Spanish*), BragaБрага (Serbian*), Buraga – ブラガ (Japanese*)
Braganza Bragança (Catalan*, Galego*, Portuguese*), Bragance (French*), BragansaБраганса (Serbian), Braganza (English*, German*, Spanish*)
Braniewo BranievoБраниево (Macedonian*), Braniewo (Polish*), BranjevoБрањево (Serbian*), Braunsberg (German*), Brus (Old Prussian)
Brașov Brašov (Czech*), BrašovБрашов (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Brașov (Romanian*), Brašovas (Lithuanian*), Brassó (Hungarian*), Braszów (Polish*), Corona (Latin*), Kronstadt (German*), StefanoúpoliΣτεφανούπολη (Greek*)
Bratislava An Bhratasláiv (Irish*), Beuratiseullaba / Pŭrat'isŭllaba – 브라티슬라바 (Korean*), Bratishlabha – ব্রাতিস্লাভা (Bengali), Bratislafa (Welsh*), Bratislava – Բրատիսլավա (Armenian*), Bratislava (Azeri*, Bosnian*, Croatian*, Czech*, Dutch*, Estonian, Finnish*, French*, Galician, Italian*, Latvian*, Lithuanian*, Maltese, Portuguese*, Romanian*, Slovak*, Slovene*, Spanish*, Swedish*, Turkish*), BratislavaБратислава (Bulgarian*, Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bratislava – ברטיסלבה (Hebrew*), Braťislava or Požoma (Romani), Bratislava – براثس لاوا (Urdu*), BratyslavaБратислава (Ukrainian*), Bratysława (Polish*), Bùlādísīlāfā – 布拉迪斯拉發 (Chinese*), Burachisuraba – ブラチスラバ (Japanese*), Pozsony (Hungarian*), Požun (older Croatian*), Presbourg (French until 1919*), Pressburg (English until 1919), Pressburg or Preßburg (German*), Presburgo or Posonia (Italian until 1919), Prešporok (Slovak until 1919*), Prešpurk (Czech until 1919*),Presvoúrgo – Πρεσβούργο (Greek until 1919*)
[Note:The name was officially changed from Pressburg / Prešporok / Pozsony to Bratislava in 1919; for a list of older names see Bratislava.]
Bratslav BracłaŭБрацлаў (Belarusian*), BraclavБрацлав (Macedonian*, Serbian, Ukrainian*), Bracław (Polish*), Broslev – בראָסלעװ (Yiddish*)
Břeclav Břeclav (Czech*, Slovak*), BreclavБрецлав (Serbian*), Brzecław (Polish*), BšeclavБшецлав (Macedonian*), Lundenburg (German*)
Bremen Beuremen / Pŭremen – 브레멘 (Korean*), Breemen (Estonian alternate), Bréma (Hungarian*), Brema (Italian*, Polish*, Portuguese*, Spanish*), Brême (French*), Bremen (Afrikaans*, Azeri*, Croatian*, Danish*, Dutch*, Estonian*, Frisian*, German*, Low German*, Norwegian*, Portuguese*, Romanian*, Slovene*, Swedish*, Turkish*), BremenБремен (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Brėmenas (Lithuanian*), Brēmene (Latvian*), Brémy (Czech*, Slovak*), Brimarborg or Brimar (Icelandic*), Bùláiméi – 不來梅 (Chinese*), Burēmen – ブレーメン (Japanese*), VrémiΒρέμη (Greek*)
Bremerhaven Bremerhaven (Dutch*, German*, Low German*, Romanian*), BremerhafenБремерхафен (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Brémský Přístav (Czech, rare*)
Brest (Belarus) BerestiaБерестя (Ukrainian*), BieraścieБерасьце (Belarusian, Classical Orthography*), Brasta (Lithuanian*), Brest (Azeri*, Estonian, German*, Italianit:Brest, Romanian*), BrestБрэст (Belarusian), Brest – ברסט (Hebrew*), BrestБрест (Serbian*), Bresta(Latvian*), Brest Litevský (Czech), Brest-Litovsk (former English, former Romanian*), Brest-LitovskБрест-Литовск (Macedonian*, former Russian*), Brest-Litowsk (former German), Brisk – בריסק (Yiddish*), Brześć Litewski (Polish*), Brześć nad Bugiem (Polish, 1918–1939*), Lietuvos Brasta (former Lithuanian*)
Brest (France) Brīst – بريست (Arabic*)
Bristol Bùlǐsītuō'ěr – 布里斯托爾 (Chinese*), Briostó (Irish*), Bristol (Dutch*, Italian*, Romanian*), BristolБристол (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bristole (Latvian*), Bryste (Welsh*), Caerodor (Welsh, obsolete*)
Brno Berén (native Hungarian, old*), Berno (old Polish*), Brna or Brnos (Romani), Brno (Azeri*, Croatian*, Czech*, Dutch*, Estonian*, Finnish*, Hungarian*, Italian*, Latvian*, Polish *, Romanian*, Slovak*), BrnoБрно (Macedonian*, Russian*, Serbian*), Bruna (old Italian*), Brünn (German*, older Hungarian *), Bruno (Portuguese*)
Brody Brod (Romanian*), Brod – בראָד (Yiddish*), BrodiБроди (Macedonian*, Serbian), Brody (Polish*), BrodyБроды (Russian*), BrodyБроди (Ukrainian*)
Bruges Brige (Latvian*), Briugė (Lithuanian*), BrižБриж (Macedonian*, Serbia*), BrizΜπρυζ* or VríyiΒρύγη (Greek), Brögke (Limburgian*), Bruges (Catalan*, French*, Italian*, Luxembourgish*, Portuguese*, Romanian*), Brugge (Afrikaans*, Croatian*, Danish*, Dutch*, Estonian*, Indonesian*, Irish, Norwegian*, West Flemisch*), Brügge (Finnish*, German*), Bruggia (old Italian*), Bruggy (Slovak*), Brugia (Polish*), Brugy (Czech*), Brujas (Spanish*, medieval Portuguese*), Bruj (Turkish*), Bruzh – ברוז (Hebrew*), Brygge (Swedish*), Bryzh (Albanian*), Bùlǔrì – 布魯日 (Chinese*), ??? – بروج (Arabic*)
Brunswick BráounsvaigΜπράουνσβαϊγκ (Greek*), Braunschweig (German*, Norwegian*, Slovene*), BraunšvajgБрауншвајг (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Braunšveiga (Latvian*), Brunonis vicus, Brunopolis, Brunsvicum* or Brunsvigia (Latin), Brunšvik (Czech*), Brunsvique (Portuguese*), Brunswick (historical English*, French*, Italian*, Romanian*, Spanish*), Brunswiek (Low German*), Brunswijk (Dutch*), Brunszwik (Polish*), Bùlúnruìkè – 不倫瑞克 (Chinese*), VrounsvíkiΒρουνσβίκη (older Greek*)
Bruntál Bruntál (Czech*, Slovak*), Bruntal (Polish*), Bruntal - Брунтал (Serbian*), Freudenthal (German*)
Brussels A' Bhruiseal or Am Bhruiseal (Scottish Gaelic*), An Bhruiséil (Irish*), Beurwisel / Pŭrwisel – 브뤼셀 (Korean*), Borsella (old Italian*), Bréissel (Luxembourgish*), Brisel – בריסל (Hebrew*), BriselБрисел (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Brisele (Latvian*), Brislבריסל (Yiddish*), Briuselis (Lithuanian*), Brössel (Limburgish*), Bruchsal (old German), Bruksel / Brukseli (Albanian), Brūksel – بروكسل (Arabic), Bruksel (Armenian), Brüksel (Turkish*), Bruksela (Polish*), Brusel (Czech*, Slovak*), Brusela (Basque*), Bruselas (Spanish*, Tagalog*) Bruselj (Slovene*), Brussel (Afrikaans*, Dutch*, Indonesian*, Norwegian*), Brüssel (Azeri*, Estonian*, German*), Brússel (Faroese *), Brussele (Walloon*), Brussell (Maltese), Brusselle (former Italian*), Brusseŀles (Catalan*), Brüsszel (Hungarian*), Bruxelas (Galician*, Portuguese*), Bruxelles (Croatian, French*, Italian*, Romanian*), Bryssel (Danish*, Finnish*, Swedish*), Bryussel'Брюссель (Russian*, Ukrainian*), Brwsel (Welsh*), Bulusair – 布魯塞爾 (Chinese*), Buryusseru – ブリュッセル (Japanese*), VrixéllesΒρυξέλλες (Greek*)
Brzesko Brigelבריגל (Yiddish*), Brzesko (Polish*), BžeskoБжеско (Serbian*)
Brzeziny Brzeziny (Dutch*, Finnish*, French*, German*, Italian*, Polish*, Portuguese*, Romanian*, Slovenian*), Bžezini (Latvian*), Löwenstadt (German, 1939–1945)
Buchach Betshotsh – בעטשאָטש (Yiddish*), BučačБучач (Macedonian*, Serbian), BuchachБучач (Russian*, Ukrainian*), Buczacz (Polish*, Romanian*), Butschatsch (German*)
Bucharest Boekares (Limburgish*), Boekarest (Afrikaans*, Dutch*), Búcairist (Irish*), Bucarest (French*, Italian*, Spanish*), Bucaresta (Romansh*), Bucareste (Portuguese*), București (Romanian*), Bucuresti (Norwegian*), Bùjiālèsītè – 布加勒斯特 (Chinese*), Bukares (Indonesian*), Bukaresht – בוקארעשט (Yiddish*), Bukarest (Danish*, Estonian, Finnish*, German*, Hungarian*, Maltese, Swedish*), Bukarest – בוקרשט (Hebrew*), Bukarešta (Slovene*), Bukareštas (Lithuanian*), Bukareste (Latvian*), Bukaresuto – ブカレスト (Japanese*), Bukareszt (Polish*), Bukharest – Բուխարեստ (Armenian*), BukharestБухарест (Russian*, Ukrainian*), Bükreş (Turkish*), Bukuresht / Bukureshti (Albanian*), BukureshtБукурещ (Bulgarian*), Bukureshti (Romani*, Ladino*), Bukurešt (Croatian*), Bukurešť (Czech*, BukureštБукурешт (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Slovak*), Bukuresyuti / Puk'uresyut'i – 부쿠레슈티 (Korean*), Būqārist – بوخارست (Arabic), Buxarest (Azeri*), Bwcarest (Welsh*), VoukouréstiΒουκουρέστι (Greek*)
Buda (now part of Budapest) Aquincum (Latin*), Buda (Finnish*, Italian*, Hungarian*, Portuguese*, Romanian*, Slovene*, Lithuanian*, Latvian*, Maltese), BudimБудим (Macedonian*, Serbian), Budín (Czech*, Slovak*), Budin (Turkish*), Etzelburg (old German, specifically for Óbuda*), Ezzelburgo (old Italian*), Ofen (former German*)
Budapest Boedapes (Limburgish*), Boedapest (Afrikaans*, Dutch*), Búdaipeist (Irish*), Bùdápèisī – 布達佩斯 (Chinese*), Budapesht – Բուդապեշտ (Armenian*), Budapesht – בודפשט (Hebrew*), Budapeşt (Azeri*), Budapešť (Czech*, Slovak*), Budapest (Estonian, Finnish*, Galician*, German*, Italian*, Hungarian*, Maltese, Spanish*, Swedish*), Búdapest (Icelandic), BudapeštБудапешт (Russian*, Ukrainian*), BudapeštaБудапеща (Bulgarian*), Budapešta (Latvian*), Budapesta (Romanian*), Budapeštas (Lithuanian*), Budapeste (Portuguese*), Budapeşte (Turkish*), Buda-Pesth (old German*), , Budapestinum (Latin*), Budapesuto – ブダペスト (Japanese*), Budapeszt (Polish*), Budimpešta (Croatian*, Slovene*), BudimpeštaБудимпешта (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bwdapest (Welsh*), Ofenpesth (former German*), Peshta (Romani*), Pešť-Budín (former Slovak), VoudhapéstiΒουδαπέστη (Greek*)
Buje Buie d'Istria (Italian*), Buje (Croatian*, Slovene*), BujeБује (Macedonian, Serbian*)
Burg Stargard Burg Stargard (German*), Burg ŠtargardБург Штаргард (Serbian), Stargard Meklemburski (Polish*)
Burgdorf (Switzerland) Berthoud (French*), Burgdorf (German*)
Butrint Butrint / Butrinti (Albanian*), ButrintБутринт (Serbian*), Butrinto (Italian*), ButrintoБутринто (Macedonian*), Vouthrotó – Βουθρωτό (Greek)
Buzet Buzet (Croatian*, Slovene*), BuzetБузет (Macedonian, Serbian*), Pinguente (Italian*)
Bydgoszcz BidgoščБидгошч (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bidgošča (Latvian), Bıdqoş (Azerbaijani), Bromberch (Frisian), Bromberg (German*), Bydgoščius (Lithuanian*), Bydgostia (Latin*), Bydgoszcz (Polish*), BydhoščБидгошч (Ukrainian), Bydhošť (Czech, Slovak)
Bytom Beuthen (German*), BitomБитом (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bytom (Polish*)
Bytów Bëtowò (Kashubian/Pomeranian*), BitovБитов (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bütow (German*), Bytów (Polish*)