Western Region

The Western Region or West Region may refer to:

  • Western Region, Abu Dhabi: Al Gharbia
  • Western Region, Bahrain
  • Western Region, Eastern Cape, South Africa
  • Western Region, Ghana
  • Western Region, Nepal
  • Western Region, Serbia
  • Western Region, Uganda
  • Western Region, Nigeria (former)
  • Western Region of British Railways
  • Western Region (Boy Scouts of America), one of the large geographic divisions of the Boy Scouts of America
  • Western Regions, a historic name for central Asia
  • Western Region Football League, an Australian rules football semi-professional league
  • West Region, Cameroon
  • West Region, Ireland
  • West Region, Singapore

Other articles related to "western region, regions, region":

Western Region, Nepal
... Western Region (Pashchimanchal) is one of Nepal's five development regions ... It comprises three zones Dhawalagiri Gandaki Lumbini Tibet Autonomous Region, China Mid-Western Region Central Region Western Region Uttar Pradesh, India Regions and Zones of Nepal ...
Central Region, Ghana - Geography and Climate - Location and Size
... Location of Akanland's Border The Central Region is bordered by three of the five Akanland regions Ashanti, Western region, and Eastern region ... Central Region is bordered to the north by Western region, Ashanti region and the Eastern region, on the west by the Western region, on the south by 168-kilometre ... Central region is the smallest of the five regions of Akanland in total area, and is made up of 17 districts ...
Libyan Third Division 2007–08 - Play-Offs - Western Region
1 Libya Railway P3 W2 D1 L0 GF8 GA5 GD+3 Pts7 2 Al Watan al Arabi P3 W1 D1 L1 GF3 GA3 GD0 Pts4 3 Khalid bin Waleed P3 W0 D1 L2 GF5 GA8 GD-3 Pts1 Libya Railway won promotion to the Libyan Second Division.. ...

Famous quotes containing the words region and/or western:

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    —D.H. (David Herbert)

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