List of United Kingdom locations

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A gazetteer of place names in the United Kingdom showing each place's county, unitary authority or council area and its geographical coordinates.

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The United Kingdom
Location names beginning with A
Location names beginning with B
Location names beginning with C
Location names beginning with D
Location names beginning with E
Location names beginning with F
Location names beginning with G
Location names beginning with H
Location names beginning with I, J
Location names beginning with K
Location names beginning with L
Location names beginning with M
Location names beginning with N
Location names beginning with O
Location names beginning with P
Location names beginning with Q
Location names beginning with R
Location names beginning with S
Location names beginning with T
Location names beginning with U
Location names beginning with V
Location names beginning with W
Location names beginning with X–Z

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