Geolocation of the IP address, i.e. determining the geographic location of a computer or other network device based on its IP address, is not 100% accurate. While in the case of large cities it can be assumed that the indications are usually correct (accuracy 85 -90%), in the case of villages and smaller towns, the accuracy of the order of several dozen kilometers must be assumed, so the neighboring (usually larger) city can often be indicated. In the case of mobile Internet (3G, LTE), the actual location of the user is often not provided, but the location of the Internet provider's seat. Then, in principle, only the name of the country is correctly entered.