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Heligoland (Helgoland) is a German island in the North Sea.
Heligoland or Helgoland may also refer to:
- Heligoland (band), a five-piece independent band from Melbourne, Australia
- Heligoland (album), an album by British trip-hop band Massive Attack
- Helgoland (Bruckner), a work for male chorus and orchestra by Anton Bruckner
- Heligoland (novel), a 2003 novel by Shena Mackay
- SMS Helgoland, a Dreadnought-type battleship of the Kaiserliche Marine launched in 1909
- Helgoland-class battleship, a class of German dreadnought battleships
- SMS Helgoland (1912), an Austro-Hungarian cruiser that sank the Monge captained by Roland Morillot
- SS Helgoland, a whaler requisitioned by the Kriegsmarine during the Second World War
- Helgoland A720B, lead ship of the Helgoland class
- Tim Friese-Greene or Heligoland, musician and producer
- The 'Helgoland' underwater laboratory (UWL) is an underwater habitat.
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