Malbork

Malbork is a town in voivodeship in , famous for having the biggest Gothic castle in . Malbork has about 39,000 residents.
Photo: DerHexer, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Notable Places in the Area

Church
Photo: Nemo bis, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Church
Photo: StormChaser72, CC BY-SA 3.0 pl.

Localities in the Area

Village
is a in the administrative district of , within , , in northern Poland.

Village
is a in the administrative district of , within , , in northern Poland. is situated 3½ km north of Malbork.

Village
is a in the administrative district of , within , , in northern Poland. is situated 3½ km west of Malbork. Photo: Barry Kent, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Malbork

Latitude
54.0359° or 54° 2' 9.4" north
Longitude
19.0349° or 19° 2' 5.6" east
Open Location Code
9F6X22PM+9X
Population
39,000
United Nations Location Code
PL MLB
Elevation
17 metres (56 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 127571050
Geo­Names ID
3092472
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Also Known As

  • Arabic: Malbork
  • Arabic: مالبورك
  • Basque: Malbork
  • Bavarian: Malbork
  • Bavarian: Marienburg
  • Belarusian: Мальбарк
  • Belarusian: Марыенбург
  • Breton: Malbork
  • Bulgarian: Малборк
  • Bulgarian: Мариенбург
  • Catalan: Malbork
  • Cebuano: Malbork
  • Chechen: Мальборк
  • Chinese: Malbork
  • Chinese: 貓搏
  • Chinese: 馬爾堡
  • Chinese: 马尔堡
  • Croatian: Malbork
  • Czech: Malbork
  • Danish: Malbork
  • Dutch: Malbork
  • Dutch: Marienburg
  • Dutch: Mariënburg
  • Egyptian Arabic: مالبورك
  • Esperanto: Malbork
  • Estonian: Malbork
  • Finnish: Malbork
  • Finnish: Marienburg
  • French: Malbork
  • French: Marienbourg
  • French: Marienburg
  • German: Malbork
  • German: Marienburg
  • German: Marienburg in Westpreußen
  • German: Trappeinen
  • Greek: Μάλμπορκ
  • Greek: Μαρίενμπουργκ
  • Hakka Chinese: Malbork
  • Hausa: Malbork
  • Hebrew: מאלבורק
  • Hungarian: Malbork
  • Indonesian: Malbork
  • Italian: Malbork
  • Japanese: マリエンブルク
  • Japanese: マルボルク
  • Javanese: Malbork
  • Kashubian: Malbórg
  • Korean: 말보르크
  • Latvian: Civitas Beatae Virginis
  • Latvian: Malbork
  • Latvian: Malborka
  • Latvian: Malborkas pils
  • Latvian: Marienburg
  • Latvian: Marienburga
  • Lithuanian: Malborkas
  • Lithuanian: Marienburgas
  • Lower Sorbian: Malbork
  • Malay: Malbork
  • Marathi: माल्बोर्क
  • Min Nan Chinese: Malbork
  • Nauru: Malbork
  • Norwegian: Malbork
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Malbork
  • Old English (ca. 450-1100): Marianburg
  • Persian: مالبورک
  • Polish: Malborg
  • Polish: Malbork
  • Portuguese: Malbork
  • Romanian: Malbork
  • Russian: Мальборк
  • Russian: Мариенбург
  • Scots: Malbork
  • Serbian: Malbork
  • Serbian: Малборк
  • Serbo-Croatian: Malbork
  • Silesian: Malbork
  • Slovak: Malbork
  • Slovenian: Malbork
  • Spanish: Malbork
  • Spanish: Mariemburgo
  • Spanish: Marienburg
  • Spanish: Marienburgo
  • Swedish: Malbork
  • Swiss German: Marienburg
  • Tatar: Мальборк
  • Thai: มัลบอร์ก
  • Tosk Albanian: Marienburg
  • Turkish: Malbork
  • Ukrainian: Мальборк
  • Ukrainian: Марієнбург
  • Upper Sorbian: Malbork
  • Vietnamese: Malbork
  • Waray (Philippines): Malbork
  • Welsh: Malbork
  • Wu Chinese: 马尔堡 (波兰)
  • Yue Chinese: 貓搏

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