Rubicon

The Rubicon is a river that flows into the Adriatic Sea south of Ravenna, Italy. In the time of Julius Caesar, a river with this name was the border between the Roman province Gallia Cisalpina, and Italy, which was not a province at the time. The exact river Caesar referred to is unknown; the river that is known as Rubicone today was selected and named by Benito Mussolini.




Other Languages
Afrikaans: Rubicon
العربية: روبيكوني
беларуская: Рубікон
български: Рубикон
català: Rubicó
Чӑвашла: Рубикон
Cebuano: Fiume Uso
čeština: Rubikon
Cymraeg: Afon Rubicon
dansk: Rubicon
Deutsch: Rubikon
Ελληνικά: Ρουβίκωνας
English: Rubicon
español: Río Rubicón
Esperanto: Rubikono
euskara: Rubikon
فارسی: روبیکن
français: Rubicon
Frysk: Rubikon
한국어: 루비콘강
Հայերեն: Ռուբիկոն
hrvatski: Rubikon
Bahasa Indonesia: Rubicon
italiano: Rubicone
עברית: רוביקון
ქართული: რუბიკონი
Latina: Rubico
latviešu: Rubikona
lietuvių: Rubikonas
日本語: ルビコン川
norsk: Rubicon
norsk nynorsk: Rubicon
occitan: Rubicon
polski: Rubikon
português: Rio Rubicão
română: Rubicon
русский: Рубикон
Scots: Rubicon
sicilianu: Rubbiconi
slovenčina: Rubikon
slovenščina: Rubikon
српски / srpski: Рубикон
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Rubikon
suomi: Rubikon
svenska: Rubicon
Tagalog: Rubicon
Türkçe: Rubicon
українська: Рубікон
vèneto: Rubicone
Tiếng Việt: Sông Rubicon
中文: 卢比孔河