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English name Other names or former names
Bacău Bacău (Romanian*), Bákó (Hungarian*), Bakau - Бакау (Macedonian, Serbian*), Bakeu - Бакэу (Russian*)
Baia Mare Baia Mare (Estonian, Romanian*), Nagybánya (Hungarian*), Baja Mare - Баја Маре (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Frauenbach (German*), Neustadt (rarer German*), Rivulus Dominarum or Rivuli Puellarum (Latin*)
Bakhchysarai Bachtschyssaraj (German*), Bağçasaray (Azeri*, Crimean Tatar*), Bahçesaray (Turkish*), Bahcisarai (Romanian*), Bahčisaraj - Бахчисарај (Macedonian*, Serbian), Baheuchisarai / Pahŭch'isarai - 바흐치사라이 (Korean*), Bahtšisarai (Estonian, Finnish), Bakczysaraj (Polish*), Bakhchisaray - Бахчисарай (Russian*), Bakhchysarai - Бахчисарай (Ukrainian*)
Banská Bystrica Banska Bistrica - Банска Бистрица (Serbian*, Macedonian*), Banská Bystrica (Slovak*, Czech*), Bańska Bystrzyca (Polish*), Besztercebánya (Hungarian)*, Neusohl (German)*, Neosolium (Latin)
Banská Štiavnica Banská Štiavnica (Slovak)*, Banska Štjavnjica - Банска Штјавњица (Serbian*), Schemnitz (German)*, Selmecbánya (Hungarian)*, Banska Štijavnica - Банска Штијавница (Macedonian*)
Bar (Montenegro) Antivari (Italian)*, Bar (Croatian*, Finnish*, Romanian*), Bar - Бар (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Tivar (Albanian)*
Barcelona Barcellona (Italian)*, Barċellona (Maltese), Barcelona (Catalan*, Croatian*, Dutch*, Estonian*, Finnish*, Norwegian*, Occitan*, Polish*, Portuguese*, Romanian*, Slovene*, Spanish*, Swedish*), Barcelóna (Hungarian), Barcelone (French*, Friulian), Barcino (Latin)*, Barna (Catalan abbreviation), Barcelona - بارسلونا (Urdu)*, Barselona (Lithuanian*, Latvian*, Ladino*, Tagalog*, Turkish*, Azeri*), Barselona - Барселона (Macedonian*, Russian*, Serbian*, Ukrainian*), Barselona - Բարսելոնա (Armenian), Varkelóni - Βαρκελώνη (Greek)*, Bårçulone (Walloon), Bartzelona (Basque)* - ברצלונה (Hebrew)*, Basailuona - 巴塞羅那 (Chinese)*, Baruserona - バルセロナ (Japanese)*, Bareusellona / Parŭsellona - 바르셀로나 (Korean)*
Bardejov Bardejov (Slovak, Czech), Bartpha (Latin), Bartfeld (German), Bardiów (Polish), Bártfa (Hungarian)
Basel Bâle (French)*, Basilea (Catalan*, Italian*, Romansh*, Spanish*), Basileia (Portuguese)*, Basilej (Czech)*, Basilia (Latin)*, Basle (variant in English*), Bazel (Azeri*, Dutch*), Bazel - Базел (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bazel- Բազել (Armenian)*, Bázel (Hungarian)*, Bazel' - Базель (Russian*, Ukrainian*), Bazelis (Lithuanian)*, Bāzele (Latvian)*, Bāzil (Arabic), Bazilej (Slovak)*, Bazylea (Polish)*, Vasileía - Βασιλεία (Greek)*, Basel (Croatian*, Estonian*, Finnish*, German*, Romanian*, Swedish*, Turkish*), Bazel - בזל (Hebrew)*, Basair - 巴塞爾 (Chinese)*, Bāzeru - バーゼル (Japanese)*, Bajel / Pajel - 바젤 (Korean)*
Bastia Bastìa (Corsican*, Finnish*, Italian*), Bastia (Dutch*, French*, German*), Bastija - Бастија (Macedonian*, Serbian)
Bastogne Baaschtnech or Baastnech (Luxembourgish)*, Basituonie - 巴斯托涅 (Chinese)*, Bastenaken (Dutch)*, Bastnach (German)*, Bastogne (French*, Finnish*, Italian*, Romanian*), Bastonj - Бастоњ (Macedonian*, Serbian)
Bath Aquae Sulis (Latin)*, Baðanceaster* / Baðum / Baðan / Baðon (Anglo-Saxon), Bat - Бат (Macedonian, Serbian), Caerfaddon (Welsh)*, Basi - 巴斯 (Chinese)*, Baseu / Pasŭ - 바스 (Korean)*
Bautzen Baucen - Бауцен (Macedonian)*, Bautzen (Dutch, Estonian, French, German), Budišin - Будишин (Serbian*), Budyšín (Czech*, Slovak*), Budyšin (Upper Sorbian), Budyšyn (Lower Sorbian), Budziszyn (Polish)*
Będzin Będzin (Polish)*, Bendin - Бендин (Russian)*, Bendin - בענדין (Yiddish)*, Bendzin (German)*, Bendzin - Бендзин (Serbian*), Bendzin - Бенѕин (Macedonian*)
Bela Crkva Bela Crkva - Бела Црква (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Biała Cerkiew (Polish)*, Bílá Cerekev (Czech)*, Biserica Alba (Romanian)*, Fehértemplom (Hungarian*, Weißkirchen (German)*
Belfast Bilfawst (Ulster Scots)*, Béal Feirste (Irish)*, Belfast- بلفاسث (Urdu), Beul Feirste (Scottish Gaelic) *, Beeal Feirshtey (Manx)*, Belfastas (Lithuanian)*, Belfāsta (Latvian)*, Belffast (Welsh)*, Belfastium (Latin)*, Belfast (Azeri*, Croatian*, Estonian*, Finnish*, French*, Albanian, Maltese, Romanian*, Spanish*, Turkish*), Belfast - Белфаст (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Belfast - בלפסט (Hebrew)*, Belpas (Tagalog*), Beirfaste - 貝爾法斯特 (Chinese)*, Berufasuto - ベルファスト (Japanese)*, Belpaseuteu / Pelp'asŭtŭ - 벨파스트(Korean)*
Belfort Beffert (German)*, Befert (old German*), Belfor - Белфор (Serbian*), Belfort - (Dutch*, Estonian, French*, German), Belfort - Белфорт (Macedonian)*
Belgrade Béalgrád (Irish)*, Beirgelade - 貝爾格萊德 (Chinese)*, Bělehrad (Czech)*, Belehrad (Slovak)*, Belgrad -Բելգրադ (Armenian)*, Belgrad - Белград (Bulgarian*, Macedonian*, Russian*), Belgrad (Catalan*, Estonian*, Finnish*, German*, Maltese, Polish*, Romanian*, Swedish*, Turkish*), Belgrad - בלגרד (Hebrew)*, Belgrád (contemporary Hungarian)*, Nándorfehérvár (Hungarian)*, Lándorfejérvár (old Hungarian)*, Belgrada (Latvian)*, Belgradas (Lithuanian)*, Belgrade (French)*, Belgråde (Walloon), Belgrado (Dutch*, Italian*, Portuguese*, Spanish*), Belhrad (Ukrainian)*, Beligrad (old Slovene), Beograd (Croatian*, Danish*, Norwegian *, Albanian *, Slovene*), Beograd - Београд (Serbian)*, Beogurādo - ベオグラード (Japanese)*, Bilġrād (Arabic), Griechisch-Weißenburg (old German*, rare), Singidunum (Latin)*, Veligrádi - Βελιγράδι (Greek)*, Beogeuradeu / Peogŭradŭ - 베오그라드 (Korean)*
Bellinzona Belincona - Белинцона (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)*, Berat - Берат/ Белград (Macedonian*, Serbian), Berati - Μπεράτι (Greek)*
Berdychiv Barditshev - באַרדיטשעװ (Yiddish)*, Berdicev (Romanian)*, Berdichev - Бердичев (Russian)*, Berdičev - Бердичев (Macedonian, Serbian), Berdõtšiv' (Estonian), Berdyčiv - Бердичів (Ukrainian)*, Berdyczów (Polish)*
Bergen (Norway) Beirbhe na Tuathroinn (archaic Scottish Gaelic), Bergen (Azeri*, Danish*, Dutch*, Estonian*, German*, Finnish*, Norwegian*, Romanian*, Swedish*, Turkish*), Bergena (Latvian)*, Bergen - Берген (Macedonian, Serbian*), Bergenas (Lithuanian)*, Björgvin (Icelandic)*, Bjørgvin (former old Norse name), Beirgen - 卑爾根 (Chinese)*
Berlin Barlīn (Arabic), Berlien (Gronings), Barliń (Lower Sorbian), Beirlín (Irish)*, Berlin- برلن (Urdu)*, Berliin (Estonian)*, Berliini (Finnish)*, Berlijn (Dutch)*, Berlim (Portuguese)*, Berlín (Catalan*, Czech*, Icelandic*, Slovak*, Spanish*), Berlin (Croatian*, Danish*, German*, Hungarian*, Interlingua, Azeri*, Maltese, Norwegian*, Polish*, Romanian*, Slovene*, Swedish*, Tagalog*, Turkish*, French*, Walloon*), Berlin - Берлин (Macedonian, Serbian*), Berlin - Բեռլին (Armenian)*, Berlinבערלין (Yiddish)*, Berlin - ברלין (Hebrew)*, Berlīne (Latvian)*, Berlino (Italian*, Esperanto*), Berlyn (Afrikaans*, Frisian*), Berlynas (Lithuanian)*, Berurin - ベルリン (Japanese)*, Verolíno - Βερολίνο (Greek)*, Bereullin / Perŭllin - 베를린 (Korean)*, Bolin - 柏林 (Chinese)*
Bern Bann (Pennsylvania German*, Bern (Azeri*, Croatian*, Czech*, Danish*, Dutch*, Estonian*, Finnish*, German*, Hungarian*, Slovak*, Slovene*, Swedish*, Turkish*), Bern - Берн (Macedonian*, Russian*, Serbian*, Ukrainian*), Bern - Բեռն (Armenian)*, Berna (Catalan*, Friulian*, Italian*, Latin*, Maltese, Portuguese*, Romanian*, Romansh*, Spanish*), Bernas (Lithuanian)*, Berne (French*, Latvian*), Berno (Polish)*, Vérni - Βέρνη (Greek)*, Bern - برن (Urdu)*, Bo'en - 伯恩 (Chinese)*, Berun - ベルン (Japanese)*, Bereun / Perŭn - 베른 (Korean)*
Berwick-upon-Tweed Abaruig (Scottish Gaelic, obsolete) Bearaig-a-Deas (Scottish Gaelic)*, Berwig (Welsh), Caerferwig (Welsh)* Sooth Berwick, Sou Berick (Scots)*
Besançon Besançon (Dutch*, Estonian, French*, Finnish*, German, Romanian*, Turkish*), Besanzone (Italian), Bezanson - Безансон (Macedonian*, Serbian), Bisanz (old German*), Vesontio (Latin)*, Beisangsong - 貝桑松 (Chinese)*
Białowieża Bělověž (Czech)*, Beloveža (Latvian)*, Białowieża (Estonian, Polish*), Biełavieža - Белавежа (Belarusian)*, Biloveža - Біловежа (Ukrainian)*, Bjalovježa - Бјаловјежа (Macedonian, Serbian)
Białystok Balstogė (Lithuanian)*, Belostok - Белосток (Russian)*, Belostoka (Latvian)*, Bjalistok - Бјалисток (Macedonian*, Serbian), Bjalistoko (Esperanto)*, Białystok (Estonian, Polish*), Biełastok - Беласток (Belarusian)*, Byalistok - ביאַליסטאָק (Yiddish)*
Biel/Bienne Belenus (Latin)*, Biel (Estonian, German*, Finnish*), Bienne (French)*, Bil - Бил (Macedonian)*, Bil/Bjen - Бил/Бјен (Serbian*)
Biella Biella (Italian)*, Bjela - Бјела (Serbian*), Bugella (Latin)*, Biela - Биела (Macedonian*)
Bielsko-Biała Beļsko-Bjala (Latvian)*, Bielitz-Biala (German)*, Bielsko-Biała (Polish)*, Bílsko-Bělá (Czech)*, Bjelsko Bjala - Бјелско Бјала (Macedonian, Serbian), Byerusuko-Byawa - ビェルスコ=ビャワ (Japanese)*
Bilbao Bilbao (Azeri*, Catalan*, Croatian*, Dutch*, Estonian, Finnish*, French, German, Lithuanian, Latvian*, Romanian*, Spanish*, Turkish*), Bilbao - Билбао (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bilbau (Portuguese)*, Bilbo (Basque)*, Birba'e - 畢爾巴鄂 or Birbao - 畢爾包 (Chinese)*, Birubao - ビルバオ (Japanese)*, Bilbao / Pilbao - 빌바오 (Korean)*
Bilohirsk Belogorsk - Белогорск (Macedonian, Russian*, Serbian), Bilohirsk (German)*, Bilohirs'k - Білогірськ (Ukrainian)*, Karasubazar - Карасубазар (former Russian*, former Ukrainian*), Karasubazar (Turkish)*, Qarasubazar (Azeri)*, Qarasuvbazar (Crimean Tatar)*
Bil'shivtsi Bilişăuţi (Romanian)*, Bil'shivtsi - Більшівці (Ukrainian)*, Bol'shovtsy - Болшовцы (Russian)*, Boljšovci - Бољшовци (Serbian)*, Bolshvets - באָלשװעץ (Yiddish)*, Bolszowce (Polish)*, Bolšovci - Болшовци (Macedonian) - Bilşivtsi (Crimean Tatar)*
Birmingham Bominghan - 伯明翰 (Chinese)*, Birmingem - Бирмингем (Macedonian*, Russian*, Serbian*), Birmingemas (Lithuanian)*, Birmingema (Latvian)*, Berminghem - ברמינגהם (Hebrew)*, Birmingham (Dutch) Bāmingamu - バーミンガム (Japanese)*, Brummagem (archaic local usage)
Bischofswerda Bischofswerda (German)*, Biskupice (Polish)*, Bišofsverda - Бишофсверда (Macedonian*, Serbian)
Bistriţa Beszterce (Hungarian)*, Bistrica - Бистрица (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bistriţa (Romanian)*, Bistritz (German)*, Bystrzyca (Polish)*
Bitola Bitolj - Битољ (Serbian)*, Bitolia - (Romanian)*, Bitolja - Битоля (Bulgarian)*, Monastiri - Μοναστήρι (Greek)*, Manastır (Turkish)*, Manastir / Manastiri (Albanian*, Ladino*)
Bjelovar Belovár (Hungarian), Belovar (Slovene), Bjelovar (Croatian), Bjelovar - Бјеловар (Serbian*), Belovar - Беловар (Macedonian)
Blenheim Blenheim (Dutch, French), Blindhajm - Блиндхајм (Macedonian, Serbian), Blindheim (German)*
Bogdanci Bogdanci (English, Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian, Slovene), Богданци (Macedonian)
Bologna Bologna (Croatian*, Dutch*, Estonian, German*, Italian*, Finnish*, Romanian*, Slovene*, Swedish*), Bologne (French)*, Boloňa (Czech)*, Bolonha (Portuguese)*, Bolonia (Polish*, Spanish*), Bolonija (Lithuanian)*, Boloņa (Latvian)*, Bolonja (Maltese), Bolonja - Болоња (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bolonya (Catalan*, Turkish*, Azeri*), Bononia (Latin), Felsina (Etruscan), Bulåggna (Bolognese)*, Bolonja (Albanian), Boluonia - 博洛尼亞 (Chinese)*, Borōnya - ボローニャ (Japanese)*, Volonia - Βολωνία (Greek)*, Bollonya / Pollonya - 볼로냐 (Korean)*
Bolzano Bolzano (Estonian, Italian*, Maltese, Romanian*), Bozen (Afrikaans*, Croatian*, Dutch*, German*), Bulsan or Balsan (Ladin), Bolğan or Bolzan (Friulian)*, Bulsaun (Romansh)*, Bocen (Slovene*), Bocen - Боцен (Serbian)*, Pons Drusi or Bauzanum (Latin)*, Boltsano - בולצאנו (Hebrew)*, Boltsano - Μπολτζάνο (Greek)*, Bocenas (Lithuanian)*, Bolcāno (Latvian)*, Bol'tsano - Больцано (Russian)*, Bal'tsana - Бaльцанa (Belarusian)*, Bolcano - Болцано (Macedonian)*, Borchanuo - 波爾查諾 (Chinese)*
Bonifacio Bonifacio (Finnish*, French*, Italian*), Bonifačo - Бонифачо (Serbian*), Bonifačo - Бонифачо (Macedonian)*, Bunifaziu (Corsican)*
Bonn Bo'en - 波恩 (Chinese)*, Bon - בון (Hebrew)*, Bon - ボン (Japanese)*, Bon - Бон (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bon (Turkish*), Bona (Lithuanian*, Portuguese*), Bonn (Croatian*, Dutch*, Estonian, German*, Italian*, Maltese, Romanian*), Bonna (Latvian)*, Bonna or Castrum Bonnense (Latin)*, Vónni - Bonn-بون (Urdu*
Bordeaux Borduo - 波爾多 (Chinese)*, Bordeaux (Croatian*, Dutch*, Estonian, French*, Finnish*, German*, Hungarian*, Romanian*, Swedish*), Bordaíl (Irish)*, Bordèu (Gascon, Occitan*, Provençal), Bordéus (Portuguese)*, Bordeus (Catalan)*, Bordo (Lithuanian*, Latvian*), Bordo - Бордо (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bordö (Turkish)* Bordozo (Esperanto)*, Burdeos (Spanish*, Tagalog)* Bordele (Basque)*, Burdigala (Latin Burdigala)*, VordígalaΒορδίγαλα (Greek - καθαρεύουσα), BordóΜπορντώ (Greek – δημοτική*), Boreudo / Porŭdo - 보르도 (Korean)*, Bordo - בורדו (Hebrew)*, Bourdel (Breton)*, Borudō - ボルドー (Japanese)*
Bormio Bormio (German*, Bormio - Бормио (Serbian*), Italian*), Buorm (Romansh), Worms im Veltlintal (former German)*
Botoşani Batashon - באטאשאָן (Yiddish)*, Botošani - Ботошани (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Botoşani (Romanian)*, Botosány (Hungarian)*, Botoszany (Polish)*
Bouillon Bouillon (Dutch*, French*, German*, Italian*, Romanian*), Bouyon (Walloon)*, Buglione (old Italian)*, Bujon - Бујон (Macedonian*, Serbian)
Boulogne Bonen aan zee (Dutch*, older), Boulogne (French*, Finnish*),Boulogne-sur-Mer (Dutch) Bononia (medieval Latin), Bulonj sir Mer - Булоњ сир Мер (Serbian*), Gesoriacum (Roman Latin)*
Braga Bracara Augusta (Latin), Braga (English*, French*, Portuguese*, Romanian*, Spanish*), Braga - Брага (Serbian*), Buraga - ブラガ (Japanese)*, Beuraga / Pŭraga - 브라가 (Korean)*
Braganza Bragança (Català*, Galego*, Portuguese*), Bragance (French*), Bragansa - Браганса (Serbian), Braganza (English*, German*, Spanish*)
Braniewo Branievo - Браниево (Macedonian)*, Braniewo (Polish)*, Branjevo - Брањево (Serbian*), Braunsberg (German)*, Brus (Old Prussian)
Braşov Brašov (Czech)*, Brašov - Брашов (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Braşov (Romanian)*, Brašovas (Lithuanian)*, Brassó (Hungarian)*, Braszów (Polish)*, Corona (Latin)*, Kronstadt (German)*, Stephanoúpoli - Στεφανούπολη (Greek)*
Bratislava Bratislafa (Welsh)*, An Bhratasláiv (Irish)* Bratislava - براثس لاوا(Urdu)*, Bratislava (Azeri*, Catalan*, Croatian*, Czech*, Dutch*, Estonian, Finnish*, French*, Italian*, Lithuanian*, Latvian*, Maltese, Portuguese*, Romanian*, Slovak*, Slovene*, Spanish*, Swedish*, Turkish*), Bratislava - Братислава (Bulgarian*, Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bratislava - ברטיסלבה (Hebrew)*, Braťislava or Požoma (Romani), Bratyslava - Братислава (Ukrainian)*, Bratysława (Polish)*, Pozsony (Hungarian)*, Požun (older Croatian*), Presbourg (French until 1919)*, Pressburg (English until 1919), Pressburg or Preßburg (German)*,Presburgo (Italian until 1919), Prešpurk (Czech until 1919)*,Πρεσβούργο (Greek until 1919)*, Prešporok (Slovak until 1919)*, Buladisilafa - 布拉迪斯拉發 (Chinese)*, Beuratiseullaba / Pŭrat'isŭllaba - 브라티슬라바 (Korean*), Burachisuraba - ブラチスラバ (Japanese)*
[Note:The name was officially changed from Pressburg / Prešporok / Pozsony to Bratislava in 1919; for a list of older names see Bratislava
Bratslav Bracłaŭ - Брацлаў (Belarusian)*, Braclav - Брацлав (Macedonian, Serbian, Ukrainian*)*, Bracław (Polish)*, Broslev - בראָסלעװ (Yiddish)*
Břeclav Břeclav (Czech*, Slovak*), Breclav - Брецлав (Serbian*), Brzecław (Polish)*, Bšeclav - Бшецлав (Macedonian)*, Lundenburg (German)*
Bremen Breemen (Estonian alternate), Bréma (Hungarian)*, Brema (Italian*, Polish*, Spanish*), Brême (French)*, Bremen (Afrikaans*, Azeri*, Croatian*, Danish*, Dutch*, Estonian*, Frisian*, German*, Low Saxon*, Portuguese*, Norwegian*, Romanian*, Slovene*, Swedish*, Turkish*), Bremen - Бремен (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Brėmenas (Lithuanian)*, Brēmene (Latvian)*, Brémy (Czech*, Slovak*), Brimarborg (Icelandic)*, Bulaimei - 不來梅 (Chinese)*, Burēmen - ブレーメン (Japanese)*, Beuremen / Pŭremen - 브레멘 (Korean)*, Vrémi - Βρέμη (Greek)*
Bremerhaven Bremerhaven (Dutch*, German*, Low Saxon*, Romanian*), Bremerhafen - Бремерхафен (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Brémský Přístav (Czech, rare)*
Brest (Belarus) Berestia - Берестя (Ukrainian) *, Bieraście - Берасьце (classical Belarusian)*, Brasta (Lithuanian)*, Brest (Azeri*, Estonian, Romanian*), Brest - Брэст (Belarusian), Brest - Брест (Serbian*), Brest - ברסט (Hebrew)*, Bresta(Latvian)*, Brest-Litovsk (former English, former Romanian*), Brest-Litovsk - Брест-Литовск (Macedonian*, former Russian*), Brisk - בריסק (Yiddish)*, Brześć Litewski (Polish)*, Brześć nad Bugiem (Polish 1918-1939), *, Lietuvos Brasta (former Lithuanian)*, Brest Litevský (Czech)
Bristol Bulisituor - 布里斯托爾 (Chinese)*, Briostó (Irish)*, Bristol (Dutch*, Italian*, Romanian*, Bristol - برسثل Бристол (Macedonian)*, Serbian*), Bristole (Latvian)*, Bryste (Welsh)*, Caerodor (Welsh (obsolete))*
Brno Brünn (German)*, Berno (old Polish)*, Brna (Romani), Brno (Azeri*, Croatian*, Czech*, Dutch*, Estonian, Finnish*, Latvian*, Polish *, Romanian*, Slovak*), Brno - Брно (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Brnos (Romani), Bruna (old Italian)*, Brünn (Hungarian)*
Brody Brod (Romanian)*, Brod - בראָד (Yiddish)*, Brodi - Броди (Macedonian*, Serbian), Brody (Polish*), Brody - Броды (Russian*), Brody - Броди (Ukrainian*)
Bruges Briž - Бриж (Macedonian*, Serbia)*), Bruges (French*, Portuguese*, Romanian*, Luxembourgish*), Brugge (Afrikaans*, Croatian*, Estonian, Indonesian*, Irish, Dutch*, Norwegian*, West Flemisch*), Brügge (Finnish*, German*), Bruggia (old Italian*), Bruggy (Slovak)*, Brugia (Polish)*, Brugy (Czech)*, Bruixes (Catalan)*, Brujas (Spanish*, Mediæval Portuguese*), Bruj (Turkish)*, بروج (Arabic)*, Briugė (Lithuanian)*, Brige (Latvian)*, Brögke (Limburgian)*, Bruzh - ברוז (Hebrew)*, Brygge (Swedish)*, Bryz or Vrygi - Μπρυζ or Βρύγη (Greek)*, Buluri - 布魯日 (Chinese)*, Bryzh (Albanian)*
Brunswick Braunschweig (German*, Norwegian*, Slovene*), Braunšveiga (Latvian)*, Braunšvajg - Брауншвајг (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Brunšvik (Czech)*, Brunsvique (Portuguese)*, Brunswick (French*, Italian*, Romanian*, Spanish*), Brunswiek (Low Saxon*), Brunswijk (Dutch)*, Brunszwik (Polish)*, Bulunruike - 不倫瑞克 (Chinese)*
Bruntál Bruntál (Czech*, Slovak*), Bruntal (Polish)*, Bruntal - Брунтал (Serbian*), Freudenthal (German)*
Brussels Am Bruiseal (Scottish Gaelic)*, An Bhruiséil (Irish)*, Borsella (old Italian)*, Bréissel (Luxembourgish)*, Brisel - בריסל (Hebrew)*, Brisel - Брисел (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Brisele (Latvian)*, Brislבריסל (Yiddish)*, Briuselis (Lithuanian)*, Brössel (Limburgian)*, Bruchsal (old German), Bruksel (Armenian), Brüksel (Turkish)*, Bruksela (Polish)*, Bruksel / Brukseli (Albanian), Brūksel - بروكسل (Arabic), 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 (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)*, Beurwisel / Pŭrwisel - 브뤼셀 (Korean)*, Vryxélles - Βρυξέλλες (Greek)*
Brzesko Brzesko (Polish)*, Brigelבריגל (Yiddish)*, Bžesko - Бжеско (Serbian*)
Brzeziny Brzeziny (Dutch*, Finnish*, French*, German*, Italian*, Polish*, Portuguese*, Romanian*, Slovenian*), Bžezini (Latvian*), Löwenstadt (German 1939-1945)
Buchach Betshotsh - בעטשאָטש (Yiddish)*, Bučač - Бучач (Macedonian*, Serbian), Buchach - Бучач (Russian*, Ukrainian*), Buczacz (Polish*, Romanian*), Butschatsch (German)*
Bucharest Boekarest (Afrikaans*, Dutch*), Búcairist (Irish)*, Bucarest (Catalan*, French*, Italian*, Spanish*), Bucaresta (Romansh)*, Bucareste (Portuguese)*, Bucureşti (Romanian)*, Bucuresti (Norwegian*), Bukarest (Danish*, Estonian, Finnish*, German*, Hungarian*, Maltese, Swedish*), Bukareštas (Lithuanian)*, Bukareste (Latvian)*, Bukares (Indonesian)*, Bukareszt (Polish)*, Bukharest - Бухарест (Russian*, Ukrainian*), Bukharest - Բուխարեստ (Armenian)*, Buxarest (Azeri)*, Bükreş (Turkish)*, Bukurešt (Croatian*), Bukurešt - Букурешт (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bukuresht - Букурещ (Bulgarian*), Bukurešť (Czech*, Slovak*), Bukarešta (Slovene)*, Bukureshti (Romani*, Ladino*), Bukuresht / Bukureshti (Albanian)* Būqārist (Arabic), Voukourésti - Βουκουρέστι (Greek)*, Boekares (Limburgian)*, Bwcarest (Welsh)*, بوخارست(Arabic), Bukarest - בוקרסט (Hebrew*), Bukaresht - בוקארעשט (Yiddish*), Bujialasite - 布加勒斯特 (Chinese*), Bukuresyuti / Puk'uresyut'i - 부쿠레슈티 (Korean*), Bukaresuto - ブカレスト (Japanese)*
Buda (now part of Budapest) Aquincum (Latin*), Buda (Finnish*, Italian*, Hungarian*, Portuguese*, Romanian*, Slovene*, Lithuanian*, Latvian*, Maltese), Budim - Будим (Macedonian*, Serbian), Budín (Czech*, Slovak*), Budin (Turkish)*, Etzelburg (old German, specifically for Óbuda)*, Ezzelburgo (old Italian)*, Ofen (former German)*
Budapest Boedapes (Limburgian)*, Boedapest (Afrikaans*, Dutch*), Budapeisi - 布達佩斯 (Chinese)*, Búdaipeist (Irish)*, Budapest (Catalan*, Estonian, Finnish*, Italian*, German*, Hungarian*, Maltese, Spanish*, Swedish*), Búdapest (Icelandic), Buda-Pesth (old German)*, Budapesht - Բուդապեշտ (Armenian)*, Budapesht - בודפשט (Hebrew)*, Budapeşt (Azeri)*, Budapešt - Будапешт (Russian*, Ukrainian*), Budapešta - Будапеща (Bulgarian*), Budapešť (Czech*, Slovak*), Budapešta (Latvian*), Budapesta (Romanian)*, Budapeštas (Lithuanian)*, Budapeste (Portuguese)*, Budapeşte (Turkish)*, Budapestinum (Latin*), Budapesuto - ブダペスト (Japanese)*, Budapeszt (Polish)*, Budimpešta (Croatian*, Slovene*), Budimpešta - Будимпешта (Serbian* and Macedonian*), Bwdapest (Welsh)*, Ofenpesth (former German)*, Peshta (Romani)*, Pešť-Budín (former Slovak), Voudapésti - Βουδαπέστη (Greek)*
Buje Buie d'Istria (Italian)*, Buje (Croatian*, Slovene*), Buje - Бује (Macedonian, Serbian*)
Burg Stargard Burg Stargard (German)*, Burg Štargard - Бург Штаргард (Serbian), Stargard Meklemburski (Polish)*
Burgdorf Burgdorf (German)*, Berthoud (French)*
Butrint Butrint / Butrinti (Albanian)*, Butrint - Бутринт (Serbian*), Butrinto (Italian)*, Butrinto - Бутринто (Macedonian)*, Βουθρωτό(Vouthroto) (Greek)
Buzet Buzet (Croatian*, Slovene*), Buzet - Бузет (Macedonian, Serbian*), Pinguente (Italian)*
Bydgoszcz Bidgošč - Бидгошч (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bromberg (German)*, Bydgoščius (Lithuanian)*, Bydgostia (Latin)*, Bydgoszcz (Polish)*, Bydhošč - Бидгошч (Ukrainian)
Bytom Beuthen (German)*, Bitom - Битом (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bytom (Polish)*
Bytów Bëtowò (Kashubian/Pomeranian)*, Bitov - Битов (Macedonian*, Serbian*), Bütow (German)*, Bytów (Polish)*