Battery - Places


  • The Battery, St. John's, Newfoundland
  • Battery Island, Tasmania, Australia
  • Battery Park, or its location at the Battery, in Manhattan, New York
    • Battery Park City, a neighborhood north of Battery Park in Manhattan
  • Battery Park (Burlington, Vermont)
  • The Battery (Charleston), South Carolina
  • Battery Point, Tasmania, a suburb of Hobart
  • Sultan Battery, in the Wynad District, Kerala State, India

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