Here is Holy Wood and much more. The alphabetic listing of these places is here. Smile!
Discworld – First mentioned in Equal Rites, this is the place where it all hits the…er…takes place.
Ankh-Morpork – The largest city on the Disc where much of the action in the Discworld series takes place. Ruled by the Patrician. Home of Unseen University.
Circle Sea – The main body of water separating the continents of the Disc. Probably responsible for preventing more wars than have already been fought.
Rim Ocean – The body of water that goes all around the edge of the Discworld. It falls over the edge causing the Rimfall and sometimes the Rimbow.
Holy Wood – Where dreams become reality. Unfortunately.
Street of Alchemists – In Ankh-Morpork, where the alchemists live and work, except after an explosion.
Howondaland – A place of steaming forests where Hrun the Barbarian has done some of his best work.
Tsort – Location of the Valley of Tsort and thus the Great Pyramid of Tsort. Not to be confused with the Great Pyramid of Djelibeybi.
Unseen University – The home of the Disc’s wizards, a very magical place where magic is almost never used, and for good reason. Known as UU, for short. Sometimes misspelled, Unesene.
Tower of Art – The oldest and tallest building on the Disc. Part of Unseen University. Very magical. Not necessarily artful.
Ankh (River) – That which divides Ankh the city from Morpork. You can usually walk on the surface of the Ankh, even if you’re not a deity.
Broken Drum / Mended Drum – A popular tavern (for fights, etc.) in Ankh-Morpork.
Plaza of Broken Moon(s) – Open area where Rincewind used Twoflower’s iconograph. Visited by Tomjon.
Brass Bridge – One of several bridges in Ankh-Morpork. Probably made mostly of brass or something that looks like it.
Pseudopolis – A major city on the Disc. In The Colour of Magic, Death is headed there because of the white plague striking the city. Home of Eric.
Quirm – A city near Ankh-Morpork, not to be confused with Chirm. Probably.
Harga’s House of Ribs – An eatery down by the docks in Ankh-Morpork. Death once occupied its kitchen.
Quirm Street – In Ankh-Morpork, where Mrs Marietta Cosmopolite lives (at No. 3).
Odium – Ankh-Morpork theatre where moving pictures were first shown.
Jowser Cove – Near Holy Wood, where Crullet the fisherman is from.
Rhoxie – The palace of Seriph Creosote in Al Khali.
Klatch – Land of deserts and some jungles. Also the source of the phrase, “Pardon my Klatchian.” The country of Klatch is on the continent of Klatch.
The Blue Lias – For the best food and entertainment when you’re in Holy Wood. (That’s not saying much.)
T’etse – You can get elephants there.
Mt F’twangi – Peak near the home of Azhural and M’Bu.
Mountains of the Sun – Apparently, a high range of mountains between Azhural and Ankh-Morpork.
Ephebe – Located across the Djel (or Djelibeybi, if you prefer) from Tsort. Home of philosophers.
Great Nef – A desert so dry it has negative rainfall.
Great Pyramid of Tsort – Holds an ancient prophecy about the Eight Great Spells. One of several pyramids in the land.
Sto Plains – Area in which the cities of Sto Lat, Sto Helit, and Ankh-Morpork are located.
Century of the Fruitbat (place) – Moving picture studio in Holy Wood.
N’kouf – Village near where Banana N’Vectif lives.
Dungeon Dimensions – Where all the demons (and much worse) live.
Temple of Small Gods – Where many gods with few believers take up residence. Not the gods atop Cori Celesti.
Assassins’ Guild – Headquarters for the members of the Assassins’ Guild in Ankh-Morpork. Best not to know its exact location.
Sunshine Sanctuary for Sick Dragons, The – Established by Lady Ramkin, it’s a hospital for swamp dragons.
Cthinema – Unusual place near Holy Wood where Victor rescued Ginger.
Easy Street – Ankh-Morpork. Location of the Bunch of Grapes and other pubs.