What about the state of Victoria?

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Australian states are all unambiguous except Victoria.  With a city, it is ok, eg "Bendigo, Victoria".  "Victoria" by itself does bring up "Victoria, Australia" as first choice in GoogleMaps, among other options.  Is that good enough?
in Policy and Style by David Morgan G2G Crew (700 points)
recategorized by Chris Whitten

1 Answer

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A city category would never be named with just the name of the city; it would always have the province/state or country in the name. For example, Category:Victoria, British Columbia. Only states/provinces and countries have just the name by itself. So, since there's no country called Victoria, and as far as I can tell the one in Australia is the only state or province called Victoria in the world, Category:Victoria would not be ambiguous.

by Lianne Lavoie G2G6 Pilot (423k points)
Good logic, Lianne.

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