Kogu - Places

Places

  • Kogu, a community in Ngamiland East, Maun Region, Botswana
  • Koğu, a variant name for Koğuk, a community in Diyarbakır, Turkey
    • Kogu, a variant name for Koğu Dere, an arroyo (wadi) and intermittent stream in Diyarbakır, Turkey

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