- Lang Island (Antarctica), East Antarctica
- Lang Park, a stadium in Brisbane
- Dunmore Lang College, Macquarie University, Sydney
- Lang, Austria, a town in the district of Leibniz in Styria
- Lang, Saskatchewan, a village
- Mount Lang, in Inner Mongolia
- Lang Island, Sunda Strait
- United States
- Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts, New York City
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