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Other Languages
Alemannisch: Lugano
العربية: لوغانو
تۆرکجه: لوگنو
Bân-lâm-gú: Lugano
беларуская: Лугана
беларуская (тарашкевіца)‎: Люгана
български: Лугано
བོད་ཡིག: ལུ་ག་ནོ།
bosanski: Lugano
brezhoneg: Lugano
català: Lugano
Чӑвашла: Лугано
čeština: Lugano
Cymraeg: Lugano
dansk: Lugano
Deutsch: Lugano
eesti: Lugano
Ελληνικά: Λουγκάνο
español: Lugano
Esperanto: Lugano
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euskara: Lugano
فارسی: لوگنو
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Gaeilge: Lugano
Gàidhlig: Lugano
galego: Lugano
한국어: 루가노
Հայերեն: Լուգանո
hrvatski: Lugano
Ido: Lugano
Bahasa Indonesia: Lugano
íslenska: Lugano
italiano: Lugano
עברית: לוגאנו
ქართული: ლუგანო
қазақша: Лугано
Latina: Luganum
latviešu: Lugāno
lietuvių: Luganas
lumbaart: Lügan
magyar: Lugano
മലയാളം: ലുഗാനോ
मराठी: लुगानो
Bahasa Melayu: Lugano
Dorerin Naoero: Lugano
Nederlands: Lugano (stad)
日本語: ルガーノ
Napulitano: Lugano
norsk: Lugano
norsk nynorsk: Lugano
oʻzbekcha/ўзбекча: Lugano
پنجابی: لوگانو
Piemontèis: Lugan (Tesin)
polski: Lugano
português: Lugano
română: Lugano
rumantsch: Lugano
русский: Лугано
Scots: Lugano
shqip: Lugano
sicilianu: Luganu
Simple English: Lugano
slovenčina: Lugano
slovenščina: Lugano
српски / srpski: Лугано (град)
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Lugano
suomi: Lugano
svenska: Lugano
Türkçe: Lugano
українська: Лугано
vèneto: Ługàn
Tiếng Việt: Lugano
Volapük: Lugano
Winaray: Lugano
ייִדיש: לוגאנא
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