This is a gazetteer of the geographic locations that are important to the history of the Volga Germans worldwide. It is intended to help researchers identify a locale regardless of the names by which it has been known throughout the years.

Most of the settlements in Russia have been known by a variety of names in both the Russian and German languages, and these names have had a variety of spellings throughout the years. Russian uses the Cyrillic alphabet while German uses the Latin alphabet. Translation/transliteration between these two alphabets is further complicated by the fact that today there are at least five primary languages spoken by the Volga Germans and their descendants: German, Russian, English, Spanish, and Portuguese. While the primary language of this website is English, it is hoped that this gazetteer will be useful in all languages.

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Names See
Царицын (Russia) Volgograd, Volgograd Oblast, Russia
Цветнополье, Азовский район, Омская область (Siberia) (Russia) Blumenfeld, Azov District, Omsk Oblast (Siberia)
Цветочное (Daughter Colonies) Blumenfeld (am Belaya Kuba)
Цуг (Original Colonies) Zug
Цюрих (Original Colonies) Zürich
Цюриховский (Daughter Colonies) Neu-Zürich (1)
Цюриховский Новый (Daughter Colonies) Neu-Zürich (2)
Цюриховский Старый (Daughter Colonies) Alt-Zürich