- Tala, Armenia
- Getahovit, Armenia, formerly Tala
- Aşağı Tala, Azerbaijan
- Yuxarı Tala, Azerbaijan
- Tala Upazila, Bangladesh
- Tala, Bhutan
- Tala, Paphos, Cyprus
- Tala, Menofyia, a city in the Egyptian Nile Delta
- Tala, Kolkata, a neighborhood in Kolkata, India
- Tala, Iran, a village in Khuzestan Province, Iran
- Tala, Kenya
- Tala, Jalisco, a town and municipality in western Mexico
- Tala, Tunisia, a town in Tunisia
- Tala, Uruguay
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