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- A city, the county seat of Charleston County, South Carolina; after Charles II of England.
- The capital city of West Virginia, United States and the county seat of Kanawha County; perhaps after Charles Clendenin, the father of an early settler.
- A city in Arkansas, United States and one of the two county seats of Franklin County.
- A city, the county seat of Coles County, Illinois; after Charles Morton, its first postmaster.
- A city in Mississippi, United States and one of the two county seats of Tallahatchie County.
- A city, the county seat of Mississippi County, Missouri; after either nearby Charles Prairie or the city in South Carolina.
- A city in Tennessee.
- A town in Maine; after Charles Vaughan, an early settler.
- A town in New York; after Charles Van Epps, an early settler.
- A town in Utah; after Charles Shelton, an early settler.
- A town in South Australia.
- A town in Vermont; after a naval battle near the city in South Carolina; the town's early settlers were naval officers.
- A village in Angus, Scotland; after Charles Henderson, proprietor of the village's land before its formation.
- A community in Nova Scotia.
- An area of Dundee, Scotland.
- A neighborhood of Staten Island, New York City; after Charles Kreischer, son of Balthasar Kreischer, after whom the town was previously named (as Kreischerville).
Charleston (plural Charlestons)
- (preceded by definite article) A dance named for the city of Charleston, South Carolina.