St Mary's Island - Places

Places

England
  • St Mary's Island, Medway, in the county of Kent
  • St Mary's Island, River Thames, in the county of Berkshire
  • St Mary's Island, Tyne and Wear, in the metropolitan county of Tyne and Wear
  • St Mary's, Isles of Scilly, in the county of Cornwall
India
  • St. Mary's Islands, in the state of Karnataka
Madagascar
  • Île Sainte-Marie, also known as St Mary's Island in English, in the region of Analanjirofo
The Gambia
  • Another name for Banjul Island, in Banjul division

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