|Ekaterinaburg or Ekaterinburg (formerly Sverdlovsk), Russian town on the Ural mountains||叶卡特琳娜堡 [Ye4 ka3 te4 lin2 na4 bao3]|
|Ekaterinaburg or Ekaterinburg (formerly Sverdlovsk), Russian town on the Ural mountains||葉卡特琳娜堡 [Ye4 ka3 te4 lin2 na4 bao3]|
|(until WWII) Königsberg, capital of East Prussia on the Baltic, (since WWII) Kaliningrad, Russian Republic||哥尼斯堡 [Ge1 ni2 si1 bao3]|
|a name of an old town in Sichuan, cuckoo, revolution of a wheel||嶲 [xi1]|
|a thousand mountains and rivers, distant places, journey from afar...||千山萬水|
|Aalen (town in Germany)||阿伦 [A1 lun2]|
|Aalen (town in Germany)||阿倫 [A1 lun2]|
|Alexander (name), Alexandria (town name)||亚历山大 [Ya4 li4 shan1 da4]|
|Alexander (name), Alexandria (town name)||亞歷山大 [Ya4 li4 shan1 da4]|
|Alexandr Sergeevich Pushkin (1799-1837), great Russian romantic poet||普希金 [Pu3 xi1 jin1]|
|Altai republic in Russian central Asia, capital Gorno-Altaysk||阿尔泰 [A1 er3 tai4]|
|Altai republic in Russian central Asia, capital Gorno-Altaysk||阿爾泰 [A1 er3 tai4]|
|Amiens (French town)||阿美恩斯 [a1 mei3 en1 si1]|
|ancestral home (town), birthplace||原籍 [yuan2 ji2]|
|ancient city, town||古城|
|ancient oasis town of Kroraina or Loulan on the Silk road near Lop Nor 羅布泊|罗布泊, modern Xinjiang||楼兰 [Lou2 lan2]|
|ancient oasis town of Kroraina or Loulan on the Silk road near Lop Nor 羅布泊|罗布泊, modern Xinjiang||樓蘭 [Lou2 lan2]|
|ancient place name (a Han dynasty town in Shaanxi), variant of 邰||斄 [tai2]|
|Andrei Sakharov (1921-1989), Russian nuclear scientist and dissident human rights activist||萨哈罗夫 [Sa4 ha3 luo2 fu1]|
|Andrei Sakharov (1921-1989), Russian nuclear scientist and dissident human rights activist||薩哈羅夫 [Sa4 ha3 luo2 fu1]|
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