- Leslie Street, road in Toronto and York Region, Ontario
- Leslie, Fife
in South Africa:
- Leslie, Mpumalanga
in the United States of America:
- Leslie, Arkansas
- Leslie, Georgia
- Leslie, Michigan
- Leslie, Wisconsin
- Leslie Township, Michigan
- Leslie Township, Minnesota
- Leslie Dam, dam in Warwick, Queensland
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