Geographic location refers to a particular physical location on Earth. This term is more specific than “area” or “place,” which are frequently defined by a set of latitude and longitude coordinates.
Any site with solid ground, such as a nation, island, or peninsula, can be a geographical location on Earth’s surface. Even though others argue that only solid land with sufficient bulk to support human or animal life will qualify as one of these sites. Alternatively, features such as a panhandle that protrude from a greater land mass can also be categorised as geographical locations.