YU - Places

Places

  • Chongqing (渝), the abbreviation for the Chinese municipality
  • Henan (豫), the abbreviation for the Chinese province
  • Yü (དབུས།, 衛), a geographic division of Tibet
  • Yugoslavia, especially,
    • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (old ISO country code and derived ccTLD .yu)
  • Yu, a village in Pate, Cambodia
  • Yu County, Hebei, in China
  • Yu County, Shanxi, in Chinaci
  • Yu state, an ancient duchy in what is today China overthrown by Duke Xian of Jin
  • Yu River (China), in China
  • Yu River (Russia), in Russia

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