Location refers to an established geographical area or region, as well as the area relative to where something else is located. Regions and areas include cities and towns, counties, states, countries, continental sections (such as continents), and other places.
Entity naming convention:
Capitalization, spacing, punctuation, and other styling should match that of the name currently in wide use by reliable sources (for example, the CIA World Factbook).
Name should be in English. If the official location name is in another language, it should be added to the Official Name field, and other widely used name variations may be added to Also Known As.
If a country was previously known by a different name, it should be added to Previous Name. Ex. Name: Mumbai, Previous Name: Bombay.
Any further disambiguating locations should be added after the location name, in growing geographic hierarchy, generally following: district → city or town or division or rural area → county or region → country → continental section → continent. Ex. Berkeley, California.
If further disambiguation is needed between two widely known locations, a location identifier may be added in parentheses after the name. Ex. Georgia (country) and Georgia (U.S. state).