Please be a bit more descriptive when asking questions. If you’re referring to plate tectonics, the map below should be of assistance to you.
I am assuming that you are talking about a strike-slip fault which is where two plates horizontally move past eachother. The most well known and well studied strike-slip fault is the San Andreas fault in California. It is approximately 600 miles long and represents the meeting of the Pacific and North American Plates. The link has a very good picture of where the San Andreas fault is and what it seperates.
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