|ancient Caucasian region, Iberian Peninsula, peninsula on which the countries of Spain and Portugal are located; ancient country located in the eastern part of the present-day Georgian Republic, Iberian Peninsula^ the||Iberia|
|any of several large hoofed mammals that resemble swine (native to tropical America, the Malay Peninsula and Sumatra)||tapir|
|arm of the Pacific Ocean bordered on the west and north by China and on the east by the Korean Peninsula. It merges with the East China Sea to the south. Chinese: Hwang Hai||Yellow Sea|
|autonomous territory in Spain on the Iberian peninsula||Extremadura|
|Balkan States, countries located on the Balkan Peninsula (Yugoslavia, Serbia, Rumania, Bulgaria, Albania, Greece and the European part of Turkey)||Balkans|
|Balkans, the countries in the Balkan Peninsula, including Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, the European part of Turkey, and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia||Balkan States|
|bay on the eastern coast of North Island, New Zealand. It extends from Mahia Peninsula in the north to Cape Kidnappers in the south.||Hawke Bay|
|body of water in Nunavut territory, north central Canada, between Prince of Wales Island and Boothia Peninsula||Franklin Strait|
|British crown colony situated on the northwest end of the Rock of Gibraltar; narrow rocky peninsula at the southern tip of Spain; impregnable stronghold||Gibraltar|
|Cape Cod cottage, peninsula in southeastern Massachusetts, style of house||Cape Cod|
|cape in Brevard County, Florida, situated on the eastern coast of the Canaveral peninsula., Cape Kennedy||Cape Canaveral|
|cape on a peninsula of northeastern Massachusetts, jutting 14 km/9 mi into the Atlantic Ocean at the northern edge of Massachusetts Bay||Ann, Cape|
|Cape Verde, peninsula in western central Senegal. Its tip is the westernmost point of the African mainland.||Verde, Cape|
|chain of islands stretching westward for about 1,800 km/1,100 mi from the tip of the Alaska Peninsula and separating the Pacific Ocean from the Bering Sea to the north||Aleutian Islands|
|country in northern Europe on the eastern part of the Scandinavian Peninsula||Sweden|
|country in southeastern Europe (situated on the southern end of the Balkan Peninsula between the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas)||Greece|
|country located on the Iberian peninsula in southwestern Europe||Portugal|
|former name of the Jiulong peninsula in southeastern China; former name of a major seaport on the Jiulong peninsula (China)||Kowloon|
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