Permanent Committee on Geographical Names facts for kids

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The Permanent Committee on Geographical Names (PCGN) is an independent government agency in the United Kingdom. Its function is to establish standard names for places outside the UK, but not including Antarctica. The decisions about names are for the use of the British government.

History

Permanent Committee on Geographical Names was established in 1919.

Over the years, the representative members have grown to include

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