Croatian Exonyms II: List of Contemporary and Historical Exonyms Edited by Ivana Crljenko

Dubravka Spevec


After the well-received Croatian Exonyms I: Names of Countries, Capitals and People, published in 2016, the Miroslav Krleža Lexicographical Institute published Croatian Exonyms II: List of Contemporary and Historical Exonyms at the end of 2018. Its 295 pages in Croatian present an exhaustive inventory of all geographical objects (countries, towns, dependent regions, regions, rivers, mountains, lakes, settlements, seas, oceans, bays, etc.) with recommendations on how to spell them. Expertly and thoroughly prepared, and based on relevant sources ranging over a period of 130 years (atlases, geographical monographs, encyclopaedias and lexicons), this book contains 3,023 adapted geographical names. It is hard-bound and measures 25.5 × 18 cm. Its ISBN is 978-953-268-048-5 and it was printed in Zagreb.


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