Transport and Places
- P.C. Hooftstraat, a well-known street in Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Pacific Centre, shopping mall in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
- Pacific Coast
- ISO 3166 country code for the former Pacific Islands Trust Territory
- Panama City, the capital of Panama
- Panama City, Florida
- Panorama City, Los Angeles, a district in the San Fernando Valley region of the city of Los Angeles
- Park City, Utah
- Patrol, Coastal, a US Navy hull classification symbol
- Patrol craft, a small naval vessel generally designed for coastal defence duties
- The Penn Central railroad in the United States
- Pitcairn Islands: FIPS PUB 10-4 territory code
- Port Charlotte, Florida
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