A village in Strochitsy, Belarus, 2008.
Information sign at the boundary of Barangay Socorro in Quezon City listing the barangay's officials
A village in Pornainen, Finland
Maybo Barangay Hall in Boac, Marinduque
An alpine village in the Lötschental Valley, Switzerland
Sulop Barangay Hall
A berber village in Ourika valley, High Atlas, Morocco
Mariki Barangay Hall in Zamboanga City
The old village of Hollókő, Nógrád, Hungary (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
Mollösund, an example of a common village in Sweden and the Nordics.
A typical rural peasant Indian village in Rajasthan, India
A village in Pakistani Kashmir's Neelum Valley "Dosut"
A typical small village in Hainan, China
Shirakawa-gō, Gifu, Japan
Lug, village in northern Serbia
Kovachevitsa, a village in southern Bulgaria
The village of Kichkalnya, Tatarstan
Mayaky Village, Donetsk, Ukraine
Saint-Cirq-Lapopie in Lot is one of "The Most Beautiful Villages in France".
The village of Collina, part of the Forni Avoltri municipality, in Friuli, Italy
The main street of the village of Castle Combe, Wiltshire, England
Kilmaurs in East Ayrshire, Scotland
Bisley, Gloucestershire, a village in the Cotswolds
The village of Burrawang in New South Wales, Australia
A Newfoundland fishing village
A church in Newfane, Vermont
Oracle, Arizona is an unincorporated rural town often called a village in local media
A village in Kaita, Nigeria

A barangay (abbreviated as Brgy. or Bgy.), historically referred to as barrio (abbreviated as Bo.), is the smallest administrative division in the Philippines and is the native Filipino term for a village, district, or ward.

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Such villages may or may not correspond to a barangay (the country's basic unit of government, also glossed as village), or be privately administered.

- Village
A village in Strochitsy, Belarus, 2008.

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