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The user manual of geonames.org shows a mountain as one of its examples, so it does seem like their data includes mountains. It looks like mountains will have the following data field values: name: [mountain name, eg 'Säntis'] class: mountain,hill,rock,...(T) code: Mountain (MT) You can download the latest datadump of all geonames data here (this is a ...


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Try the open data portal for NYWC. For example, the NYC borough boundaries GIS data.


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You can get that data from the World Database on Protected Areas (WDPA) from UN Environment and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). The geospatial data for India is available for download as Shapefile or CSV here.


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If by “submarket” you just mean “neighborhood” then there are plenty of open sources For example: https://github.com/veltman/snd3/blob/master/data/nyc-neighborhoods.geo.json


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peaklist.org has a georeferenced dataset of "ultras" (peaks above 1500 meters in prominence) available as KMZ.


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