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This article is about the places featured in-universe. For the real-life filming locations, see Buffy the Vampire Slayer filming locations.

World locations from the Earth dimension listed with their known events:

Austria

Vienna

  • In 1765, Angelus followed Darla from France intending to make her pay for abandoning him in a burning barn.[1]
  • In 1963, Spike slaughtered an orphanage, as well as two members of the Watchers Council.[2]

Belize

  • Riley Finn rejoined the military for a mission in the rainforest.[3]
  • Home of Manjet until he came to Los Angeles when the Ra-Tet was eliminated.[4]

Brazil

  • Drusilla and Spike went there after leaving Sunnydale in 1998.[5]

Rio de Janeiro

São Paulo

  • Home of Willow and Kennedy while searching for recently activated Slayers.[6]

Chile

Easter Island

China

Beijing

  • Location of the Boxer Rebellion in 1900, when Spike killed his first Slayer, Xin Rong.[8]

Hong Kong

Shanghai

Tibet

Czech Republic

Prague

  • Drusilla was tortured by an inquisitor and Spike was nearly dusted by an angry mob in 1997.[15] Records claimed that Drusilla was killed during these events.[16]

France

Marseilles

Paris

Rouen

Germany

Berlin

Frankfurt

Hanselstadt

Main article: Hanselstadt

Nuremberg

  • In 1938, the Slayer Anni fought Nazis during the Kristallnacht.[26]

Prussia

  • In 1789, a lone Angelus encountered the Beast in Prussia, standing in a field of bodies.[27]

Greece

Honduras

Yoro Mountains

  • Darla visited a shaman and asked for help in finding out why and how she was pregnant.[29]

Iceland

Reykjavík

  • A meteor containing an extraterrestrial Queller demon impacted in the region in the 12th century.[30]

India

Ireland

Dublin

Galway

  • Birthplace of Liam in 1727.[36]
  • Home of Liam and his family, before being sired by Darla in 1753.[37]
  • While on vacation, Fred and Angel discovered a coven using the blood of a Gachnar to harvest fear as a means of control.[38]

Italy

Cortona

Rome

Jamaica

Japan

Hiroshima

  • Whistler witnessed the destruction in 1945 caused by the atomic bomb detonation.[45]

Tokyo

Korea

Mexico

Ciudad Juárez

  • Angel and Boone fought for three and a half hours over a señorita in the 1920s.[53]

Puerto Peñasco

  • Location of the Las Palmas resort where Cordelia and her family spent the summer of 1998.[54]

Nepal

  • After visiting Sunnydale, Riley and Samantha Finn had their next mission in this country.[55]

New Zealand

Lake Taupo

Nicaragua

Puerto Cabezas

  • A man presented Darla with contact information for a shaman.[1]

Paraguay

Peru

Portugal

Azores

  • A Slayer Organization squad was attacked by Pearl and Nash during a training, having Nadira as the sole survivor.[59]

Romania

Borşa

Transylvania

Russia

Saint Petersburg

Ural Mountains

  • A sorcerer in a village in the Koskov Valley became the embodiment of the demon Lohesh, circa 1200.[64]

Singapore

  • Location of a branch of Wolfram & Hart.[22]

Spain

Barcelona

  • Donna was the leader of the Slayer Organization Barcelona headquarters.[43]

Madrid

  • In 1843, Luke lost a fight to an enemy who caught him sleeping.[68]
  • Darla and Angel killed a poet.[1]
  • Spike, Nostroyev, and the Prince of Lies were captured by Nazi agents at a virgin blood party.[69]

Sri Lanka

  • Angel spent the summer at a monastery in Sri Lanka in order to help him cope with Buffy's death.[1]

Suriname

  • Faith led a team of Slayers in pursuit of Riley and Walt Zane.[70]

Switzerland

  • Buffy led a group of Slayers in the robbery of a Swiss bank vault stocked with Nazi-stockpiled treasure.[71]

Turkey

Istanbul

United Kingdom

England

  • Whistler guided the future King Arthur to the Sword in the Stone.[28]
  • In the Middle Ages, a noblewoman was called as the Slayer.[9]

Bath

  • Giles kept a flat there.[73]

Cotswolds

Devon

Guildford

Hampshire

London

Westbury

York

Northern Ireland

Belfast

  • Birthplace of Roden.[citation needed]

Scotland

United States

Arizona

Dolan Springs

  • The Pandora Project assassinated the 2,000 people in town to incriminate the Safe Zone fugitives.[93]

Phoenix

  • Home of relatives of Willow Rosenberg.[94]

California

Antioch

Greenville

  • In 1978, Spike betrayed a gang of criminals after stashing their loot beneath a pawnshop's floor.[96]
  • In 2002, Spike returned town while struggling with his new soul and met Dylan Turner.[96]

Los Angeles

Mill Valley

  • Location of the safe house where Andrew hid Buffy's body with Buffybot's mind.[100]

Monterey

Oakland

  • Giles followed a lead to this city in his search for Buffy.[54]
  • Location of Andrew's home after the return of magic.[102]

Ojai

Oxnard

  • Xander's car broke down and he spent a month and a half washing dishes at Ladies Night.[104]

San Francisco

Santa Monica

  • The vampire Tom Mitchell visited the pier with his son Cyrus twice: first in 1930 then in 2000.[105]
  • Bro'os became the Lord of Santa Monica during the fall of Los Angeles.[106]

Santa Rosita

Main article: Santa Rosita

Stockton

Sunnydale

Main article: Sunnydale

Florida

Miami

Hawaii

Kauai

  • A sorcerer became the embodiment of the demon Olvikan, but was killed in a volcanic eruption.[64]

Illinois

Chicago

Indiana

Muncie

  • Location of a branch of Wolfram & Hart.[22]

Iowa

Huxley

Kansas

Salina

Louisiana

Baton Rouge

  • Home of Seth Anderson and his family before they moved to Akron.[114]

Morgan City

Massachusetts

Boston

  • Birthplace of Faith Lehane.[76]

Minnesota

  • Birthplace of Dylan Turner.[96]

Montana

Missoula

  • Angel spent time in town during the Great Depression, finding it "pretty country."[97]

Nevada

Death Valley

Las Vegas

Primm

New Hampshire

Nashua

New York

Bethel

  • Spike attended the Woodstock music festival in 1969.[129]

New York City

Ohio

Akron

  • Home of Merl until he moved back to Los Angeles.[1]
  • Home of Seth Anderson and his family until they moved to Los Angeles.[114]

Cleveland

Oklahoma

Texas

Dallas

  • Home of the Burkle family.[74]

Virginia

Virginia Colony

  • Home of the young woman who would be known as Darla.[81]
  • In 1609, the Master sired Darla.[81]

Wisconsin

Gills Rock

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 "Heartthrob"
  2. "Lineage"
  3. "Into the Woods"
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Long Day's Journey"
  5. "Lovers Walk"
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 "Damage"
  7. 7.0 7.1 A Dark Place, Part Five
  8. 8.0 8.1 "Fool for Love"
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 The Origin, Part One
  10. "Potential"
  11. "New Moon Rising"
  12. 12.0 12.1 Retreat, Part Two
  13. 13.0 13.1 Retreat, Part Four
  14. 14.0 14.1 "No Place Like Home"
  15. "The Problem with Vampires"
  16. "Lie to Me"
  17. "The Innocent"
  18. Lost and Found, Part One
  19. A House Divided
  20. Tales of the Vampires, Part Five
  21. "Homecoming"
  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 22.3 "Quickening"
  23. Retreat, Part One
  24. "Beneath You"
  25. Safe
  26. "Sonnenblume"
  27. "Soulless"
  28. 28.0 28.1 28.2 The Hero of His Own Story
  29. "That Vision-Thing"
  30. "Listening to Fear"
  31. "Blind Date"
  32. 32.0 32.1 32.2 32.3 32.4 "Chosen"
  33. "Somnambulist"
  34. "The Bachelor Party"
  35. 35.0 35.1 "Amends"
  36. 36.0 36.1 "Becoming, Part One"
  37. "The Prodigal"
  38. Fight or Flight
  39. 39.0 39.1 39.2 39.3 "The Girl in Question"
  40. 40.0 40.1 The Long Way Home, Part Two
  41. "I Robot, You Jane"
  42. "Offspring"
  43. 43.0 43.1 43.2 43.3 The Long Way Home, Part One
  44. "What's My Line? Part One"
  45. What You Want, Not What You Need, Part One
  46. 46.0 46.1 Wolves at the Gate, Part Four
  47. Swell
  48. "The Puppet Show"
  49. Return to Sunnydale, Part One
  50. 50.0 50.1 On Your Own, Part One
  51. "Forgiving"
  52. "Storyteller"
  53. "Blood Money"
  54. 54.0 54.1 "Anne"
  55. 55.0 55.1 "As You Were"
  56. The Core, Part One
  57. 57.0 57.1 Death and Consequences, Part One
  58. 58.0 58.1 "Inca Mummy Girl"
  59. 59.0 59.1 Live Through This, Part One
  60. "Five by Five"
  61. New Rules, Part Two
  62. "Waiting in the Wings"
  63. "Selfless"
  64. 64.0 64.1 "Graduation Day, Part One"
  65. Twilight, Part Four
  66. "Surprise"
  67. "Family"
  68. "The Harvest"
  69. "Why We Fight"
  70. Lost and Found, Part One
  71. Anywhere but Here
  72. 72.0 72.1 "Lessons"
  73. "Flooded"
  74. 74.0 74.1 "A Hole in the World"
  75. "Teacher's Pet"
  76. 76.0 76.1 "Faith, Hope & Trick"
  77. "Grave"
  78. "Spin the Bottle"
  79. "Presumption"
  80. "Never Leave Me"
  81. 81.0 81.1 81.2 "Darla"
  82. Daddy Issues, Part Two
  83. "Lies My Parents Told Me"
  84. Women of a Certain Age
  85. 85.0 85.1 Last Gleaming, Part Five
  86. Death and Consequences, Part Two
  87. "Sleeper"
  88. Live Through This, Part Three
  89. In Perfect Harmony
  90. What You Want, Not What You Need, Part Two
  91. What You Want, Not What You Need, Part Five
  92. One Girl in All the World
  93. The Great Escape
  94. "Becoming, Part Two"
  95. Day Off (or Harmony in My Head)
  96. 96.0 96.1 96.2 Spike: Into the Light
  97. 97.0 97.1 97.2 "City Of"
  98. "Not Fade Away"
  99. After the Fall, Part One
  100. Apart (of Me), Part One
  101. "Doppelgängland"
  102. I Wish, Part One
  103. "Guise Will Be Guise"
  104. "The Freshman"
  105. "Father"
  106. After the Fall, Part Three
  107. Billy the Vampire Slayer, Part One
  108. New Rules, Part One
  109. "Salvage"
  110. 110.0 110.1 "Welcome to the Hellmouth"
  111. Last Gleaming, Part One
  112. "The Glittering World"
  113. Last Gleaming, Part Four
  114. 114.0 114.1 114.2 "I've Got You Under My Skin"
  115. "Hell's Bells"
  116. 116.0 116.1 "Orpheus"
  117. "Choices"
  118. The Chain
  119. "Pangs"
  120. "Dust Bowl"
  121. "Are You Now or Have You Ever Been"
  122. Twilight, Part One
  123. "Destiny"
  124. "The House Always Wins"
  125. What Happens in Vegas, Slays in Vegas
  126. In Pieces on the Ground, Part One
  127. Asylum, Part One
  128. The Thrill
  129. "School Hard"
  130. Broken Bottle of Djinn
  131. 131.0 131.1 Time of Your Life, Part One
  132. Big City Girl
  133. "The Wish"
  134. No Future for You, Part One
  135. "Ground State"
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