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Whitefriars may refer to:
- Carmelite friars. Related places:
- Whitefriars, Bristol, a former Carmelite friary in Bristol, England
- Whitefriars, Coventry, a former Carmelite friary in Coventry, England
- Whitefriars, London, an area in London named after the former Carmelite friary there
- Whitefriars, Faversham, where the National Shrine of Saint Jude is based, in Kent
- Whitefriars, Gloucester, a former Carmelite friary in Gloucester, England
- Whitefriar Street Carmelite Church, a Roman Catholic church in Dublin, Ireland
- Businesses and organisations using the name "Whitefriars":
- Whitefriars Glass, trade name of glass manufacturers James Powell and Sons of London, who had premises on the site of a Carmelite friary.
- Whitefriars Theatre, a Jacobean London theatre
- Whitefriars College, a Roman Catholic college in Victoria, Australia
- Whitefriars Housing Group, a housing association in Coventry
- Whitefriars Shopping Centre, a shopping centre in Canterbury, England
- Whitefriars, 333 High Street, Lincoln, a listed building in Lincoln, England
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