Names of European cities in different languages (B)

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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 *), Barselona – 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, Bastoña (Spanish *) )
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 *), Blizuna (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 *)
Bergamo Bergamo (Italian *), Bergame (French *), Bèrghem (Eastern Lombard *), Bergomum (Latin *)
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 *), Bergun (Pite Sami), Birgon (Northern Sami *), Björgvin (Icelandic *), Bjørgvin (archaic Norwegian, former old Norse name), Peruna (Kven)
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), Tèwēidéhé shàngde Bówēikè - 特威德河上的伯威克 (Mandarin)
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 *), BelostokБелосток (Russian *), Belostoka (Latvian *), Bělostok (Czech), BjalistokБјалисток (Macedonian *, Serbian), Bjalistoko (Esperanto *), Bjołystok (Silesian *), Białystok (English, Estonian, Polish *), Bielostok (old Slovak), BiełastokБеласток (Belarusian *), BilostokБілосток (Ukrainian *), Byalistok – ביאַליסטאָק (Yiddish *), Bǐyàwéisītuōkè - 比亚维斯托克/比亞維斯托克 (Mandarin)
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 (Dutch nl:Birmingham, Italian it: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 *)
Boden (Sweden) Boden (Swedish), Suttes (Lule Sami), Puuti (Finnish)
Bodø Bådåddjo (Lule Sami), Bodö (Swedish variant), Bodø (Danish, Norwegian), Boðvin (Icelandic), Budejju (Northern Sami), Buvdda (Pite Sami)
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 *), Bónífǎqí'ōu - 伯尼法奇欧/伯尼法奇歐 (Mandarin)
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 *), 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 *), Bratislabha – 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 *), Leventevár (old Hungarian *), Lundenburg (German *)
Bremen Beuremen / Pŭremen – 브레멘 (Korean *), Breemen (Estonian alternate), Bréma (Hungarian *), Brema (Italian *, Polish *, Portuguese *, Spanish *), Brême (French *), Brēme (former Latvian), 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 *, Italian it: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 *), Bùlǔsài'ěr – 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 *)