Wikipedia:Requested articles/Social sciences/Geography, cities, regions and named places

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Africa

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South Sudan

  • Wau Shilluk region/village and site of recent cholera outbreak.
    • Population: 50,000 [2]
    • Possible geolocation: [3]

Ethiopia

The Americas

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Labrador Plateau

Kurdistan

(i'm not not giving this to wikiproject Turkey for political reasons, but because I think this province has been overlooked precisely because it is majority kurdish and of less interest to most turkish wikipedians. --Monochrome_Monitor 02:01, 2 May 2016 (UTC)

Costa Rica

  • Las Catalinas, Costa Rica a coastal town in the Guanacaste Province of Northwest Costa Rica. Envisioned as a compact, walkable beach town, Las Catalinas was founded in 2006 by Charles Brewer (businessman) and incorporates many of the principles of New Urbanism. <www.lascatalinascr.com> <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Brewer_(businessman)> <http://www.wagmag.com/dreamy-destination-las-catalinas-costa-rica/> <http://www.ajc.com/news/business/mindspring-founder-takes-new-urbanist-movement-to-/nQdzn/#__federated=1> <http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/18/travel/cambodia-beach-resort.html?_r=0>

Panama

  • Gamboa Rainforest Resort Located in the Rainforest in Gamboa with an aerial tram cutting through the rainforest and lots of other attractions & eco-tourism

Barbados

Jamaica

Asia

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Kazakhstan

Yemen

Azerbaijan

  • Poldasht-Shahtakhti Bridge This bridge over the Aras River was inaugurated in October 2007 and connects Nakhchivan (an exclave of Azerbaijan) with Iran. What other bridges connect Azerbaijan with Iran? How much traffic crosses this bridge and others? What is the main purpose for the bridge/who crosses it primarily? Who built this bridge and the others and who is responsible for maintaining them? Referenced in the following: "New bridge links Iran to Nakhichevan" <http://edition.presstv.ir/detail/27457.html>.

Saud Arabia

Europe

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  • Gallipoli Peninsula National Historical Park TR:Gelibolu Yarımadası Tarihî Millî Parkı
  • lapankuri (village in Georgia) (ka) (ru) (hy) (ce)
  • Lawena, hamlet in Liechtenstein that doesn't have a Wikipedia article yet (Sources: National Geographic Atlas of the World, 10th edition that you can probably find at a local library, Google Maps, online map sources such as ArcGIS: http://www.arcgis.com/home/webmap/viewer.html?useExisting=1, etc.)
  • Valüna, also a village in Liechtenstein, same sources as above, it's one of the 27 cities/towns you can find in any detailed map of Liechtenstein that you can find in a credible bookstore or atlas, the Liechtenstein government also recognizes Valüna and the above Lawena as one of the 16 villages, in addition to the 11 municipalities that are covered in more detail on Wikipedia.

Oceania

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Vanuatu

Other geography-related articles

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