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Regions are somewhat nebulous organizational groupings we use on Wikivoyage to organize all the many cities in a country into some kind of navigable and comprehensible hierarchy. They can be sub-national political territories, like Minnesota or New South Wales, or more nebulous "tourist" regions like the French Riviera, or the American Southwest. Region articles tend to be more "soft", discussing the people, culture, climate, and cuisine in the region, rather than the legalistic stuff that's in a country article, or the addresses-and-phone-numbers stuff that's in a city article. Before you plunge forward creating a region, keep in mind that we only add a new level of regions when there are too many cities or too much content in the existing breakdown. The regional hierarchy at Wikivoyage doesn't always follow the official breakdown—and frequently is much "flatter" than the official breakdown. Almost always, individual listings (including detailed contact info for restaurants and hotels) do *not* belong in a region or sub-region page. The region-level description is a brief overview only; it will mention that Walt Disney World is near Orlando but not list full contact info. Don't name every hotel and eatery in the area. General descriptions like "many hotels in Orlando accommodate visitors to the Disney park", "multiple restaurants offer patios facing the river" or "various marinas in Ontario and New York rent boats to Thousand Islands visitors" are fine but leave it at that and save the lists of individual hotels, cafés and marinas for the city or local-level articles. Individual listings should be placed at the lowest available level of local page (a district of a huge city or the city page for a small town). If something is in a tiny rural village too small to justify its own local article, alternatives include: * creating a single local-level page for a broad, sparsely populated rural area (such as Rural Montgomery County) with multiple villages on one page, * adding the listing in the appropriate main section (see/do, eat/drink, buy, sleep) in the nearest city page if the town is just a suburb of that city, or * adding a section "Nearby" in an adjacent city article (before the "Go next" section). Divide this into a subsection named for each village in the surrounding area. Note that "Go next" normally lists the next destination which actually has an article in Wikivoyage. To quickly insert a complete blank region template, copy-and-paste the quick version into the edit box on the page you are editing, or simply use {{subst:region}}, which will expand into the region template on save. Stuff in italics below is editorial comment, with suggestions for what should go in each section. You should plan on ruthlessly eliminating if you copy this code to a new region article.]
The introduction to a region does not have a heading. This is where you should put facts about the region. Links to the surrounding region – like New England in the Connecticut article – are helpful, as well as a link to the country. Rough borders for the region are a good thing to put here, too.

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