Italian exonyms (Dalmatia)

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Italian-language map of Dalmatia and the eastern shore of the Adriatic

This is a list of Italian exonyms for places in the Croatian region of Dalmatia and the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea (including the shores of Montenegro), up to the city of Rijeka.

Larger towns[edit]

Split and surroundings[edit]

Zadar and surroundings[edit]

Names in the Italian territory of Zadar (1918-1947)

Places in coastal Dalmatia[edit]

Places on Liburnian coast[edit]

Islands[edit]

Biševo[edit]

Brač[edit]

Čiovo[edit]

Cres[edit]

Lošinj[edit]

Dugi Otok[edit]

Goli Otok[edit]

Grgur[edit]

Hvar[edit]

Historical map showing southern Dalmatian islands and cities, principally the Republic of Ragusa
Older map of the Bay of Kotor

Hvar surroundings[edit]

An 1887 Austrian map of central Dalmatia
The island of Vis and surroundings

Korčula[edit]

Vis[edit]

Mljet[edit]

Krk[edit]

Lastovo[edit]

Rab[edit]

Pag[edit]

Pašman[edit]

Piškera[edit]

Plavnik[edit]

Premuda[edit]

Prvić[edit]

Šipan[edit]

Other Names[edit]

Rivers[edit]

A map of the Pelješac peninsula, the island of Mljet, and the Neretva river area

Uninhabited islands[edit]

Montenegrin coast[edit]

A historical map of the Kotor area

(Bocche di Cattaro-Dalmazia Labeatica -[Budua - Boiana]):


Surroundings of Bar[edit]

See also[edit]