Snowbelle City

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Snowbelle City エイセツシティ
Eisetsu City
"The city of everlasting winter."
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Snowbelle City in {{{variable2}}}.
Map description
They say the cold air flowing from the Pokémon Gym is responsible for this city's frozen state.
Snowbelle City Gym - Kalos Gym #8
specialist Gym
Iceberg Badge
Iceberg Badge
Snowbelle City Gym - Kalos Gym #8
specialist Gym
Iceberg Badge
Iceberg Badge
Snowbelle City Gym - Kalos Gym #8
specialist Gym
Iceberg Badge
Iceberg Badge
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Elite Four
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Elite Four
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Route 19
Route 21
Snowbelle City
Route 20
Kalos Snowbelle City Map.png
Location of Snowbelle City in Kalos.

Snowbelle City (Japanese: エイセツシティ Eisetsu City) is a city located in the Kalos region.

Places of interest

Snowbelle Gym

Main article: Snowbelle Gym

The Snowbelle Gym is the official Gym of Snowbelle City, whose Gym Leader is Wulfric and specializes in Ice-type Pokémon.

Move Tutor

Main article: Move Tutor

The move tutor will teach starters Frenzy Plant, Blast Burn and Hydro Cannon.

Another Move Tutor is located in the same house of the TM08 (Bulk Up) Battle Girl. The man on the first floor will teach moves to Keldeo or Meloetta.


Item Location Games
Full Restore Full Restore In the Southwest corner, down an ice slide  X  Y 
X Sp. Atk X Sp. Atk In the big tree next to the Move Tutor's house (hidden)  X  Y 
Full Heal Full Heal Behind the Gym (hidden)  X  Y 
Icy Rock Icy Rock North of the Full Heal in a small ice formation East of the bridge (hidden)  X  Y 
TM Fighting TM08 (Bulk Up) From a girl in the left house of the two side-by-side houses  X  Y 


Name origin

Language Name Origin
Japanese エイセツシティ Eisetsu City From 永雪 eisetsu (eternal snow), 霙 ei (sleet) and 雪 setsu (snow), and 落霞映雪 rakka-eisetsu (a cultivar of lotus)
English Snowbelle City From snowbell (one of the common names for Styrax), snow, and belle
French Auffrac-les-Congères From fractale (fractal, possibly a reference to the Koch snowflake), art fractal (fractal art), and Congères (snowdrift)
German Fractalia City From Fraktal, fractal
Italian Fractalopoli From fractal
Spanish Ciudad Fractal From fractal
Korean 이설시티 Iseol City Contains 설 (雪) seol, snow

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