Aia (/ˈaɪ.ə/; Basque: [ai.a]) is a small village situated on the slopes of Mount Pagoeta in the Basque province of Gipuzkoa, Spain.
The AIAW Women's Basketball Tournament was a national tournament for women's collegiate basketball teams in the United States, held annually from 1972 to 1982. The winners of the AIAW tournaments from 1972 to 1981 are recognized as the national champions for those years.
AIAN or (American Indian and Alaska Native Resources) is an abbreviation used by the United States Census Bureau to count population within the Native American and Alaska Natives areas within the United States.
AIA Columbus is a chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Founded in 1913, it is one of the largest urban components of the American Institute of Architects in the Midwestern United States, with members throughout Central and Southeastern Ohio.
AIA Group Limited known as AIA (Chinese: 友邦保險控股有限公司) is the largest independent public listed pan-Asian life insurance group.
The AIA Tower (Chinese: 友邦廣場) is a skyscraper located in the North Point area of Hong Kong. It was named after American International Assurance, a former member of American International Group, which occupies 12 floors of the building.
San Pedro de Aiazo is a village in the south of the municipality of Frades, in Galicia. According to the National Institute of Statistics of Spain (INE), in 2016 it had 162 inhabitants (89 men and 73 women) in 3 principal neighborhoods (Fontelo, Fonsá and A Devesa).
AIA or A.I.A. may refer to:
Aiani (Greek: Αιανή, before 1926: Καλλιανή - Kalliani) is a town and a former municipality in the Kozani regional unit, Greece.
The AIA Central (Chinese: 友邦金融中心), formerly called AIG Tower (美國國際集團大廈), in Hong Kong is a 185-metre (607 ft.), 37-storey skyscraper that was completed in 2005. It is located in Central, not far from the landmark Bank of China Tower.