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This is a list of deserts sorted by the region of the world in which the desert is located.
Some geographical features are referred to as "deserts", and this word may even feature in their names, despite not meeting any meteorological definitions for a desert.
- Accona Desert – area of Siena, Italy.
- Barreiro da Faneca – clayey expanse in the Azores.
- Błędowska Desert – area of sands in Poland.
- Carcross Desert – sand-dune system in Yukon, Canada.
- Chara Sands – region of Siberia, Russia.
- Deliblatska Peščara – sand expanse in Vojvodina, Serbia.
- Desert of Maine – 40-acre expanse of glacial sand-dunes in Maine, United States.
- Desert of Wales – a large, upland area of Wales.
- Dunas dos Ingleses – sand-dune system in Brazil.
- Dungeness – single expanse in South East England, United Kingdom, misleadingly nicknamed "Britain's only desert".
- Joaquina Beach – beach in Brazil.
- Kaʻū Desert – an area of desertification in Hawaii, due to the acid rainfall caused by the nearby Kīlauea volcano.
- Larzac – limestone karst plateau in the south of the Massif Central, France.
- Lençóis Maranhenses National Park
- Melnik Desert Canyon – a canyon in Bulgaria.
- Oleshky Sands – sands in Kherson Oblast, Ukraine.
- Oltenian Sahara – area of desertification in Oltenia, Romania.
- The Stone Desert – rock formation in Bulgaria.
- Red Desert – desert-like region in South Africa.
- Sand dunes of Lemnos – sand-dune expanse on Lemnos, Greece.
- Sands of Đurđevac – sand-dune system in Croatia.
- Sleeping Bear Dunes – lakeshore in Michigan, United States.
- Słowiński National Park – sand-dune expanse in Poland.
- Tottori Sand Dunes – sand-dune system in Tottori Prefecture, Japan.