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Ulster is one of the four provinces of Ireland.
Ulster may also refer to:
- New Ulster, a province in New Zealand (1841-53)
- Northern Ireland, a part of the United Kingdom formed in 1921 from six of the nine counties that made up the Irish province at that time
- Ulster County, New York, United States of America
- Ulster, New York, a town in Ulster County
- Ulster Township, a township in Pennsylvania, USA
- Ulster (river), a river in central Germany
- Ulster, a poem (also referred to as Ulster 1912) written in 1912 by Rudyard Kipling, dedicated to Irish Unionists
- Ulster coat, a long, loose overcoat made of rough material
- Ulster Rugby, the branch of the Irish Rugby Football Union governing rugby union in the historic Irish province, and also the professional rugby team operated by this body
- Ulster F.C., a defunct football club
- HMS Ulster, the name of two ships of the Royal Navy
- Ulster and Delaware Railroad, also known as "the Ulster", connecting Ulster to the Delaware River
- Ulster Nationalism, a movement that seeks the independence of Northern Ireland from the United Kingdom
- Ulsterman, nickname of a man, never identified, involved with the Great Train Robbery (1963).
- UTV previously known as Ulster Television or Ulster on air.
- Ulster, a playable character in the game Fire Emblem: Seisen no Keifu and Fire Emblem Awakening.
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