Northwestern - Geographic Areas

Geographic Areas

  • Northwestern United States, a region of the United States of America
  • Northwestern, California, a former settlement in Mendocino County
  • North Western Oklahoma City, a district of Oklahoma City around Western Avenue
  • North West Province, South Africa, a province of South Africa
  • North Western Province, Sri Lanka, a province of Sri Lanka
  • Northwestern Province, Zambia, one of Zambia's nine provinces
  • Northwestern Federal District, Russia
  • Northwestern Krai, a subdivision of Imperial Russia
  • North-Western Territory, a Hudson's Bay Company region, precursor to today's Northwest Territories though including what is now Yukon Territory
  • North-Western Provinces, an administrative region in British India

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