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An indigenous territory is an area of land set aside for the use of indigenous peoples in a country that is largely populated by colonists from another region, typically Europe. The term may refer to
- Indigenous territory (Brazil) (Portuguese: Terra indígena)
- Indigenous territory (Bolivia) (Spanish: Territorio indígena originario campesinos)
- Indigenous territory (Colombia) (Spanish: Territorio indígena)
- Indigenous territory (Costa Rica) (Spanish: Territorio indígena)
- Indigenous Protected Area - Australia
- Indigenous and community conserved area, a concept defined by the IUCN
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