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Gora ( Russian , Serbo-Croatian and Slovenian for "mountain") or Góra ( Polish and Lower Sorbian for "mountain") stands for:

Places in Poland:

  • Góra , district town of the Powiat Górowski, Lower Silesian Voivodeship, until 1945: Guhrau , Guhrau district, Silesia
  • Góra (Korsze) , village in the powiat Kętrzyński, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, until 1945: Annahöhe , Rastenburg district, East Prussia
  • Góra (Niemodlin) , village in the Opolski powiat, Opole Voivodeship, until 1945: Guhrau , Falkenberg OS district, Upper Silesia
  • Góra (Orzysz) , place in the Powiat Piski, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, until 1938: Gurra , 1938 to 1945 Gebürge , Johannisburg district, East Prussia
  • Góra (Pobiedziska) , town in the Poznański Powiat, Greater Poland Voivodeship, until 1945: Gurten , Posen-West District, Posen
  • Góra (Wejherowo) , place in the powiat Wejherowski, Pomeranian Voivodeship, until 1942: Gohra , 1942–1943 Bergen , 1943–1945 Rhedaberg , Neustadt district, West Prussia

Places in Croatia:

Region in the Southwest Balkans:

Gora also means:

Gora or Góra is the family name of the following people:

See also: