File:Votic language map.png

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Map of the Votic language and adjacent Finnish and Izhora villages 1848-2007 (in Russian).

Карта водского языка и соседних финских и ижорских деревень, 1848-2007 гг.

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Нохчийн: Ингрийн меттиг Россе чохь.
English: Finnic settlements in Western Ingria throughout the 20th century. A map of Votic and neighbouring Ingrian-Finnish and Izhorian villages 1848-2007.
Latviešu: Votu apdzīvotais areāls (krievu val.).
Русский: Этнографическая карта поселений води, ижоры и финнов на западе Ленинградской области. Карта водских, финских и ижорских деревень, 1848—2007 гг. Карта водского языка и соседних финских и ижорских деревень, 1848—2007 гг. Расселения ижор на Сойкинском полуострове в XIX—XX веках.
Українська: Етнографічна мапа розселення фінів, іжорців і водь на заході Ленінградської області.
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