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Bohemia is a region consisting of the western two-thirds of the contemporary Czech Republic.
Bohemia may also refer to:
- Duchy of Bohemia, emerged as an independent principality in the 9th century and part of the Holy Roman Empire from the early 11th century through 1198
- Kingdom of Bohemia, a medieval and early modern monarchy in Western Europe
- Bohemia, Louisiana, a historical town in Plaquemines Parish
- Bohemia, New York, a hamlet in Suffolk County
- Bohemia Mountain, a mountain in Oregon
- Bohemia River, a tributary of the Elk River in Maryland and Delaware
- Bohemia Township (disambiguation), a list of places
- Mount Bohemia, a mountain in Michigan
- Bohemia (musician) (born 1979), Pakistani-American Punjabi rapper
- Bohemia (Ils album), an album released by Ils in 2005 on Distinct'ive Records
- Bohemia (Leo Sidran album), 2004
- "Bohemia", a 1919 ragtime composition by Joseph Lamb
- Bohemia Suburbana, a Guatemalan rock band
- A beer by the Cuauhtémoc Moctezuma Brewery
- A Brazilian brewery founded in 1853 and currently owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev
- National Bohemian, a beer originally brewed in Baltimore, Maryland
- Bohemia (newspaper), the title of newspapers in Prague
- SS Bohemia, a Hamburg Amerika Linie steamship
- Bohemianism, a cultural movement of wanderers, adventurers, or vagabonds
- Bohemia Interactive Studio, a software company
- Acacia cuspidifolia, a tree called "bohemia"
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