- Mon State, a subdivision of Burma
- Mon, Nagaland, a town in India
- Mon District, Nagaland, India
- Mon, Switzerland, a village in the Grisons
- Isle of Anglesey or Môn, an island and county of Wales
- Møn, an island of Denmark
- Monreale, a city in Sicily, Italy
- The Monongahela River of North America
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