Queen Victoria I ruled the British Empire from 1837 to 1901. Her reign, the Victorian era, represented the Empire at its peak. Many places worldwide bear her name, from Africa's largest lake to a state in Australia and the capitals of British Columbia and Hong Kong.
There is more than one place called Victoria:
- Victoria (state) - the southernmost of the eastern mainland states
- Victoria (British Columbia) is capital of British Columbia province. Saskatchewan's capital, the "Queen City" of Regina, is also named to honour Queen Victoria.
- Victoria (HongKong) is the official name of the district on Hong Kong Island where the government is based, although it is generally called just 'Central' these days
- Victoria (Trinidad) - on the island of Trinidad
- Victoria (Texas) - A town in Texas.
- Victoria (Kansas) - A town in Kansas.
- Victoria (Minnesota) - A town in Minnesota.
- Victoria Falls (Zambia) — Zambian side of the falls
- Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) — town on the Zimbabwean side
- Vitoria (disambiguation) — for Vitoria and Vitória
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