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Division (country subdivision)

A division is a type of administrative division of some Asian and African countries, as well as a sub-division of entities in England. Some have been dissolved or been renamed.

Administrative divisions

Group Continent Level Note
divisions of Bangladesh Asia 1st after Districts of Bangladesh
divisions of Cameroon (also called departments) Africa 2nd below provinces of Cameroon
divisions of the Gambia Africa 1st renamed to regions
divisions of India Asia 2nd below states of India
divisions of Malaysia Asia 2nd subdivisions of two of the states of Malaysia: Sabah and Sarawak
divisions of Myanmar Asia 1st renamed to regions, per 2008 Constitution
divisions of Pakistan Asia 2nd below Provinces of Pakistan dissolved in 2000, partially re-established in 2008
divisions of Tanzania Africa 3rd below regions and districts

England

Some of the hundreds and wapentakes in England (both historic subdivisions of the historic counties) were subdivided into divisions. Also a number of the Wards of the City of London are, or were, divided into two divisions.


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