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Showing 42 places of which 21 on the map (only displaying places with exact coordinates).

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  • Angers (France) None
  • Anjou (Medieval Territory) region around Angers in western France
  • Ardennes (Natural Landmark) Region of forests in Belgium, Luxembourg, France and Germany.
  • Basbellain (Luxembourg) None
  • Bidgau (territory) (Medieval Territory) From French Wikipedia: The county of Bidgau is bordered on the north by the Eifel, on the west by the Ardennes, Woëvre and Saargau, on the south by the Bliesgau and on the east by the Meinvelt and the Nahegau. It extends on both banks of the Moselle and comprises the episcopal city of Trier and monasteries of Saint-Maximin, Prüm and Echternach.
  • Binsfeld (Luxembourg) None
  • Brumath (France) None
  • Büdesheim (Germany) district Bitburg-Prüm
  • Carosgau (territory) (Medieval Territory) located in the South Eifel
  • Chacé (France) arr. Saumur. Editor of DKAR 1:180, however suggests another possible identification: Chazé-Henry, also in Maine-et-Loire.
  • Craon (territory) (Medieval Territory) said in MRH 41 to be a condita of the pagus of Angers
  • Dahlheim (Germany) district Bitburg-Prüm
  • Dingdorf (Germany) district Bitburg-Prüm
  • Dippech (Luxembourg) canton Kapellen; French and German variant 'Dippach'
  • Eifelgau (territory) (Medieval Territory) situated between the pagus Bonnensis with Bonn in the north and the pagus Bedensis with Prüm in the south
  • Fliessem (Germany) district Bitburg-Prüm
  • Hersdorf (Germany) district Bitburg-Prüm
  • Kesseling (Germany) district Ahrweiler
  • Kesselinger Bach (river) (Natural Landmark) small tributary of the Ahr
  • Kyllburg (Germany) district Bitburg-Prüm