|Belgorod-Dnestrovski or Byelgorod-Dnestrovski (Russian ˈbjɛlɡərət-dnjɪˈstrɔfskij)|
|Romanian name: Cetatea Albă, Former name (until 1946): Akkerman a port in SW Ukraine, on the Dniester estuary: belonged to Romania from 1918 until 1940; under Soviet rule (1944--91). Pop: 48 100 (2004 est)|
|Byelgorod-Dnestrovski or Byelgorod-Dnestrovski|
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