SAR - Places

Places

  • Sar, Bahrain, a residential district
  • Sar, Iran, a village in Semnan Province, Iran
  • Šar Mountains, a mountain range in southeastern Europe
  • Sar (river) in Galicia, Spain
  • Sar, Tibet, a village
  • South African Republic (Transvaal Republic)
  • Special Administrative Region, such as Hong Kong or Macau, of the People's Republic of China
  • Syrian Arab Republic

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