Pale - Places

Places

  • Pale, Bosnia and Herzegovina, a town and municipality
  • Pale Township, Burma
    • Pale, Burma, a town
  • Pale, India, a census town
  • Palé, a town in Guinea
  • Pale, historic town in Kefalonia, today part of Lixouri, Greece
  • Pāle parish, Latvia
  • Pale River, Estonia

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