From Albanian Durrës; the older form Durazzo came through the intermediate of Italian.
- An Adriatic port city in Albania, on the site of Ancient Epidamnus
- A Catholic archiepiscopal see since 1300, which lost its metropolitan status and was merged into one archbishopric with the Albanian capital Tirana (Tirane, Tiranë; where the cathedral now is)
- An Orthodox archbishorpic
- Durazzo (Italian)
From Latin Dyrrachium < Ancient Greek Δυρράχιον (Dyrrhacion), through the Medieval Slavic form Дърачь (Dŭračĭ) from when the city was held by the Serbian and Bulgarian empires.
Durrës (definite Durrsi)
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