La - Places

Places

  • Los Angeles, the most populous city in California, and second most populous in the United States
  • Louisiana, USA (postal symbol)
  • Lancaster, Lancashire, UK (post code)
  • Landeck (district), Austria (car license plates)
  • Laos (ISO country code). See also .la
  • Latin America
  • Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
  • Long Ashton, North Somerset, UK
  • Los Altos (disambiguation), North America
  • Lower Alabama (South Alabama and Northwest Florida)
  • Larissa, Greece
  • Lewiston–Auburn, Maine, USA

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