Territorial entity

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A territorial entity is an entity that covers a part of the surface of the Earth with specified borders.

Physiographic territorial entity[edit]

Humangeographic territorial entity[edit]

Administrative territorial entity[edit]

Established by a non-physical act, such as a law, order, decree, for administrative tasks. Can include political entities with their own government, but also statistical regions or reserves.

Other[edit]

Established by physical acts, e.g. settlement, see List of uninhabited regions.

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