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Buffalo, New York State Buffalo is the second largest city in New York State and is located at the eastern end of Lake Erie. It was settled in the mid 18th century by Europeans, having been previously home to a tribe of the Iroquois. 14153
Builnacraig Street, Stornoway Builnacraig Street is in the southeastern part of Stornoway, within the area formerly known as Battery Park, when it was part of Sandwick. 109281
Bukit Rotan, Selangor Bukit Rotan is a small town in Selangor, Malaysia. 119810
Bunavoneader, Harris Bunavoneader, otherwise Bunavoneadar, is situated to the north of Tarbert. Situated there are the remains of disused whaling station. 107596
Burma Burma, officially the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, is a country in Southeast Asia; its capital city is Naypyidaw. Britain conquered Burma in the 19th century and the country became a British colony. Burma was a... 106539
Burnley, Lancashire Burnley is a borough in Lancashire, north-western England, at the junction of the Brun and Calder rivers. Burnley is located in a former coal-mining region and was well known for its cotton industry. Its modern... 48911
Bury, Quebec Bury is a municipality in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, Canada 115112
Buteshire Buteshire, also known as the County of Bute, is a historical county situated in southwest Scotland. It comprised the islands of Bute, Arran, Great Cumbrae and Little Cumbrae, with the main town being Rothesay on the... 103737
Cabot, Vermont Cabot is a town situated in central Vermont. 33323
Caernarvonshire 103725
Cailean Thearlaich, Cromore Cailean Theàrlaich (spelling uncertain) was an area of Cromore near to the crofts at 25 and 26 Cromore.   107618
Cairo, Egypt Cairo is the capital city of Egypt. 113617
Caithness 8500
Calbost, Lewis The village of Calbost in Pairc, Isle of Lewis, comprises 14 crofts. Local tradition maintains that some of the Calbost settlers, such as Norman Mackenzie, Tormod Buidhe (1780-1864), came to Calbost towards the end of... Yes 369
Calgary, Alberta Calgary is nestled in the foothills of Canada's Rocky Mountains. It is a city of nearly one million people. The city was named in 1883 by Col. Macleod of Drynoch after Calgary on the island of Mull, home of his relation... 40589
California, USA California with nearly 33 million residents is the most populous state in the US and is situated on the Pacific coast 14739
Callander, Perthshire Callander is a small town in the council area of Stirling, situated on the River Teith. The town is located in the historic county of Perthshire and is a popular tourist spot to and from the Highlands. 113114
Callanish, Lewis Callanish, the location of the famous Callanish Standing Stones, is a village on the west side of the isle of Lewis. Yes 849
Calver, Derbyshire Calver is a village and civil parish in Derbyshire. 114033
Camach Park, North Tolsta This was the first social housing scheme built in Tolsta, it was built when the area was under the control of Ross & Cromarty County Council. Numbers 1 to 6 were built in 1969 and numbers 7 to 10 in 1971, the scheme... 106017
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire Cambridge is the county town of Cambridgeshire, situated on the River Cam and located approximately 55 miles north of London.  It is home to the University of Cambridge.  120825
Cambridgeshire Cambridgeshire is a county in eastern England. Its main settlements include Cambridge, Ely and Huntingdon. 75492
Cambuslang, Lanarkshire Cambuslang is a suburban town on the south-eastern outskirts of Glasgow, now located within the local authority area of South Lanarkshire. 41056
Campbeltown, Argyllshire 24818
Camuscross, Skye Camuscross lies on the western shore of the Sound of Sleat. 109027
Cannich, Inverness-shire Cannich is a village about eight miles west of Drumnadrochit. 104511
Caol, Inverness-shire Caol is a small village just north of Fort William town centre, Inverness-shire. 106657
Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia Cape Breton, a large island in the province of Nova Scotia, is well known for its surviving Gaelic culture and language. Although Scots first arrived on the island as early as 1629, the main period of immigration was... 17644
Cape George, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia Cape George lies on the south shore of Bras d'Or Lake. 112649
Cape Horn, Chile Cape Horn is the southernmost headland of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago of Southern Chile. It is widely considered to be the southern tip of South America. 41232

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