- Toledo, Spain (city)
- Kingdom of Toledo
- Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Toledo
- Toledo (province)
- Toledo (Spanish Congress Electoral District)
- Toledo District
- Toledo Settlement
- Pedro de Toledo, São Paulo
- Toledo, Paraná
- Toledo, Norte de Santander
- Toledo City, Cebu
- United States:
- Toledo, Illinois
- Toledo, Iowa
- Toledo, Ohio
- Toledo, Oregon
- Toledo, Washington
- Toledo, Uruguay (city)
- Toledo Chico (neighborhood)
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