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This article is about the historically Swedish cultural area in Estonia. For the dominion of the Swedish Empire known as Swedish Estonia, see Duchy of Estonia (1561–1721).
Not to be confused with Åboland.
- Aibolands Museum in Haapsalu (Swedish) (Estonian) (Russian)
- Den Andra Stranden (pictures, stories and folk music from Aiboland) (Swedish)
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