Neutral zone (territorial entity)
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- Neutral Moresnet, a 19th-century neutral zone between the United Kingdom of the Netherlands (and later Belgium) and Prussia (and later the German Empire).
- in the colonial era, the neutral zone between Thailand and French Indochina, 25 kilometres wide (roughly 15.5 miles) on the east bank of the Mekong, was placed under French control but formally remained under Thai sovereignty
- the Saudi–Iraqi neutral zone
- the Saudi–Kuwaiti neutral zone
- the Ceuta and Melilla neutral zones
- Mount Vernon historic site, home of George Washington, during the US Civil War
- a strip of land in between Macau's Portas do Cerco and China's Kung-pei (Gongbei).
In many cases, a neutral zone is also a demilitarized zone.