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Friesland is a province of the Netherlands.
Friesland may also refer to:
- In Europe
- Frisia, a coastal North Sea region extending from the Netherlands to the German–Danish border region
- East Frisia (East Friesland), an area of northern Germany, in Lower Saxony
- Friesland (district), 1933 - 1977, 1980 - ongoing, today a Landkreis in the German state of Lower Saxony
- Lordship of Friesland, a historical region between 1524 and 1795.
- Friesland Department, 1802 - 1810, Batavian Republic
- Frise (department), 1811 - 1814, French Empire
- Frisland, a mythical island in the 16th century and 17th century
- Outside Europe
- Friesland, Paraguay, a village (mennonite colony) in Paraguay
- Friesland, Wisconsin, a village in south central Wisconsin
- Friesland, Minnesota, an unincorporated community in east central Minnesota
- Vriesland, Michigan, a village in Michigan settled by Frisian immigrants
- Friesland Ridge, a ridge in Tangra Mountains, Livingston Island, Antarctica;
- Mount Friesland, in the Friesland Ridge, Tangra Mountains, Livingston Island, Antarctica
- The German Air Force Regiment "Friesland"
- Friesland class destroyer
- HNLMS Friesland, several ships of the Dutch navy
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