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Visegrad is a name of Slavic origin meaning "the upper castle" or "the upper settlement/town/fortification". There are several places that may be spelt Visegrad in English:
- Višegrad, a town in Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Vishegrad, Bulgaria, a village in Bulgaria
- Vishegrad, the highest peak of Sakar Mountain in Bulgaria
- Vyšehrad, a castle in Prague, Czech Republic
- Vyšehrad (Prague metro), the subway station that serves it
- Visegrád, a town in Hungary
- Vyshhorod, a town in Ukraine
- The Visegrád Group, a political grouping of central European countries
- The Visegrád Privilege, one of the most important documents of Dubrovnik history
- Vyšehrad, the first movement of Má vlast, a cycle of six symphonic poems by Bedřich Smetana
- Vyšehrad (publisher), a Czech publishing company, established 1934
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