Google analytics will track all those pages containing the tracking code. You can have multiple similar pages with a slight change in url or a page with multiple aliases.
For example you can have a page url as:
If you look at the above example you would see that both urls are quite similar but not exactly the same.
The best way to view reports for a single page with multiple aliases is:
Set up content grouping for similar types of pages and use group names to filter out different pages on site.
Here is how to set up content grouping in analytics.
See the original question here: https://www.en.advertisercommunity.com/t5/Google-Analytics-Reports/Viewing-analytics-for-one-page-with-multiple-aliases/m-p/852471