Grad (toponymy)

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Grad (Cyrillic: Град) is an Old Slavic word meaning "town", "city", "castle" or "fortified settlement". Initially present in all related languages as Gord (archaeology), it can still be found as "grad", or as Horod or Gorod (toponymy) in many placenames today.

These places have grad as part of their name: