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Friesland ([ˈfrislɑnt]; West Frisian: Fryslân [ˈfrislɔ̃ːn]) or Frisia is a province in the northwest of the Netherlands. It is situated west of Groningen, northwest of Drenthe and Overijssel, north of Flevoland, northeast of North Holland, and south of the North Sea. In 2010, the province had a population of 646,000 and a total area of 5,749 km2 (2,220 sq mi). The capital and seat of the provincial government is the city of Leeuwarden (West Frisian: Ljouwert), a city with 91,817 inhabitants. Since 2009, John Jorritsma is the King's Commissioner in the province. A coalition of the Labour Party, the Christian Democratic Appeal, and the Frisian National Party forms the executive branch. The province is divided into 24 municipalities. The north-western area of the province was once part of the ancient, larger region of Frisia. The official languages of Friesland are West Lauwers Frisian and Dutch.
Cities, towns & villages in Friesland
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TzumTZUM-Sofia (Bulgarian: ЦУМ, abbreviated from Централен магазин, Tsentralen universalen magazin, Central Department Store) is an upmarket department store in the centre of Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, officially opened in 1957 and situated in a monumental edifice (part of The Largo complex) on one of the city's main boulevards. Show Tzumon the map
AldtsjerkAldtsjerk (Dutch: Oudkerk) is a small village on the highway from Leeuwarden to Dokkum. It is part of Tytsjerksteradiel, Friesland, the Netherlands and had 693 inhabitants as of 2008. Its annual festivities include the Doarpsfeest, including a parade, held in the summer.Local landmarks include the Heemstra State, former residence of the aristocratic Sminia family. The village's main road, the van Sminiaweg is about 1.5 km long and named after the Sminia family.The village also houses a former baker who was quite famous for his Oranjekoek and Suikerbrood, but who retired in 2000 when the euro was introduced.Local shopping facilities are scarce: the nearest grocery market is located in Oentsjerk, about three kilometers outside town limits. The most notable shop of the town is a bike dealersh Show Aldtsjerkon the map
WijnaldumWijnaldum (West Frisian: Winaam or Winaem) is a village in northwest Friesland, the Netherlands. The village lies within the municipality of Harlingen; prior to 1984, it was a part of the municipality of Barradeel. The village center has approximately 100 residents, with about 490 residents in the entire village (including the neighborhoods of Lutkeburen, Haule and Voorryp). Show Wijnaldumon the map
BurgumBurgum (Dutch: Bergum) is the largest and administrative town of the municipality of Tytsjerksteradiel, in the Dutch province of Friesland, with a population of 10083 inhabitants (December 1, 2009). Since January 1, 1989 the West Frisian name Burgum is the official name, before 1989 the Dutch name was the official one. Main things to see in Burgum are the Town Hall and the Krústsjerke (Cross Church) which is the remainder of a convent burned in the Eighty Years' War. Show Burgumon the map
EagumEagum (Dutch: Aegum) is a village in the Dutch province of Friesland. It is located in the municipality of Leeuwarden, about 10 km south of the city of Leeuwarden. With about 30 inhabitants, Eagum is one of the smallest villages in Friesland. Show Eagumon the map
BozumBoazum (Dutch: Bozum) is a Frisian village in the rural municipality of Littenseradiel, Netherlands with an approximate population of 400. It is one of the first described communities in Friesland. The Boazum church is an example of romanesque twelfth-century architecture and possesses an Ottonian fresco portraying a beardless Christ. Show Bozumon the map
Oude BildtdijkThe Oude Bildtdijk, \"Ouwe dyk\" in the local language \"Het Bildts\" was the first dike in the Dutch county Het Bildt, built in the 16th century, to protect the new lands from flooding. Het Bildt once was part of the Middelzee and even until this day land silts up and new lands are being given by the Waddenzee. This dike was the first barrier to protect the Bildt area from the sea. With a distance of 14 kilometers, the Oude Bildtdijk is the longest street of Friesland and the Netherlands. Show Oude Bildtdijkon the map
SchiermonnikoogSchiermonnikoog (13px listen); West Frisian: Skiermûntseach) is an island, a municipality, and a national park in the northern Netherlands. Schiermonnikoog is one of the West Frisian Islands, and is part of the province of Friesland. It is situated between the islands of Ameland and Rottumerplaat. Show Schiermonnikoogon the map
HartwerdHartwerd (West Frisian: Hartwert) is a small village, nears Bolsward, in the municipality of Súdwest-Fryslân in the Province of Friesland in the Netherlands. It has around 150 residents as of 2004. A restored historic windmill, De Oegekloostermolen, which was built in around 1830 stands near the village. Show Hartwerdon the map
Sint JacobiparochieSint Jacobiparochie (West Frisian: Sint Jabik) is a town in the municipality of Het Bildt in Friesland, the Netherlands. It lies about 13 km north of Franeker and has approximately 1,700 inhabitants. St. Jacobiparochie was founded in the 16th century, largely by Dutch settlers from South Holland. Today, both Dutch and West Frisian are spoken in the town. The town was originally named Wijngaarden (not to be confused with Wijngaarden in South Holland), while \"St. Jacobiparochie\" was the name used for the local Roman Catholic parish. Eventually, the name for the parish came to be used as the name for the town as well. The change in name may have been due in part to the fact that the soil in Het Bildt (Frisian sea-clay) was not suitable for growing grapes, making the original name (which means Show Sint Jacobiparochieon the map
TerwispelTerwispel is a village consisting of about 1000 inhabitants in the municipality of Opsterland in the east of Friesland , the Netherlands. Its neighbouring villages are Tijnje/De Tynje (west), Nij Beets (north-west), (north), (south-east), Gorredijk/De Gordyk (South), (south-west) and Luxwoude/Lúkswâld (also south-west). Show Terwispelon the map
LangweerLangweer (West Frisian: Langwar) is a village in Friesland in the municipality De Friese Meren. The town was established in 1256, and has a population of 964 (as of January 1, 2004).Langweer has a rich trading history, and it's located at a small lake Langweer used to only be reached by water. It was backed by swampland. In 1856 it became connected to the outside world by the Brédyk via Sint Nicolaasga. Johan Vegelinsoord of Claerbergen organized this work which involved treeplanting and drainage. Show Langweeron the map
MorraMorra is a hamlet in Dongeradeel, Friesland, the Netherlands with roughly 250 inhabitants. It was not consolidated when various other hamlets within the parish were consolidated into one village. Within the hamlet stands a church with a characteristic 13th century tower. Highway N-361 runs just to the south of the hamlet. Morra was surrounded by fens (marshland) which are now cultivated. The name Morra means marshland in Frisian, and is related to the English word moor. Show Morraon the map
HallumHallum is a small village in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It is part of the municipality of Ferwerderadiel. The primary language spoken there is Frisian. Hallum is also a relatively uncommon family name. There was a station on the North Friesland Railway which opened in 1901 and closed in 1935, although it reopened between May 1940 and July 1942. A restored windmill used to stand near the village. In 2000 it got moved to Burgwerd due to expanding industry and renamed Show Hallumon the map
Sint AnnaparochieSint Annaparochie is the principal and largest settlement of the municipality of Het Bildt in Friesland, the Netherlands. It lies approximately 15 km northwest of Leeuwarden and has approximately 4000 inhabitants. The village is named after Saint Anne, the mother of Mary. St. Annaparochie was founded in the 16th century. Though it is located in the province of Friesland, the principal language spoken in the town is Bildts or Dutch, not West Frisian. Rembrandt was married in the parish church in St. Annaparochie in 1634. Show Sint Annaparochieon the map
BoornzwaagBoornzwaag (West Frisian: Boarnsweach) is a small village in De Friese Meren in the province Friesland of the Netherlands and has around 190 citizens (2004). It is located east of Langweer on the south east shore of the lake called Langweerder Wielen. The name is derived from two words, boarn meaning water and sweach meaning pasture. Show Boornzwaagon the map
Nieuwe BildtdijkThe Nieuwe Bildtdijk, \"Nije dyk\" in the local language of \"Het Bildts\", is a dike in the Dutch county of Het Bildt which was built around the year 1600 to protect the land from flooding. It protected the Wester Bildtpollen and the Ooster Bildtpollen from the Waddenzee. A new higher and stronger dike between it and the sea makes it no longer the first barrier to the sea. Nowadays a narrow road runs along the top of the dike and many houses and farmhouses are situated on this dike, mainly on the northern side.The Nieuwe Bildtdijk superseded the older more inland dike, the Oude Bildtdijk. Show Nieuwe Bildtdijkon the map
AalzumAalsum (unofficial Frisian name: Ealsum) is a village which had a population of around 162 in January 2004 about 1 km north of Dokkum in Dongeradeel, Netherlands. Aalsum is built on a partially excavated terp, around a church originally dedicated to St. Catherine of Alexandria, which dates back to approximately 1200 AD. Notable inhabitants:Rink van der Velde (June 18 1932), writer and journalist Show Aalzumon the map
AkkerwoudeAkkerwoude (Frisian: Ikkerwâld) is a former village in the Frisian municipality of Dantumadeel. On 1 January 1971 Akkerwoude, Dantumawoude and Murmerwoude were combined to form Damwoude. Akkerwoude was the most western village of the three. Akkerwoude was built around a church. The current church dates from 1849. This church was built on the same site of an earlier church from the thirteenth century. Show Akkerwoudeon the map
DrachtenDrachten (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈdrɑxtən]) is a town with a population of 44,629 in the municipality of Smallingerland in the Netherlands. It is the second largest town in the province of Friesland. Show Drachtenon the map
SexbierumSexbierum (West Frisian: Seisbierrum) is a village in the municipality of Franekeradeel, in the central north of the Netherlands. The village is famous for its contraction of the words \"Sex\", \"Bier\" (the Dutch word for beer) and \"Rum\". Because of this, the traffic sign of the village is subject to street sign theft. Sexbierum is located in the province of Friesland and located about 7 kilometres north-east of Harlingen, about 7 kilometres north-west of Franeker. Distance to Amsterdam is about 100 kilometres. Show Sexbierumon the map
NoordwoldeNoordwolde (West Frisian: Noardwâlde) is a village in Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 3789 as of 2008. There is a restored windmill in the village, Windlust.The National Museum of Weaving is located in the village.There is a natural lake, the Spokedam, which is partly surrounded by a beach, on the outskirts of Noordwolde. There are several camp sites near the lake such as \"Hanestede\" and the bungalow park \"The Bosmeer\".There is a swimming pool beside the Spokedam. There are two supermarkets and several other shops and restaurants in the village andthe largest model train shop (G-scale) in Europe is in Noordwolde. Show Noordwoldeon the map
WestergeestWestergeest (West Frisian: Westergeast) (Low Saxon: Westergaist) is a village in Kollumerland c.a. in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It has a population of around 637. It is located on a slight hill (geest) left by a glacier about a meter above the surrounding land, with the oldest building being the church, built around 1130. There is a restored windmill north of the village, De village is often nicknamed Foestrum though the origin of this name is unclear. It is popularly said to be derived from the name of a goddess who was worshipped here in a temple before the arrival of Christianity, however there is no proof of this theory. Show Westergeeston the map
AlmenumAlmenum is a historic locality in the northern Netherlands, near Midlum, Friesland. It is located at the intersection of Zuidwalweg and Haulewei. According to legend is the site of the first Christian church in Friesland built in 777 AD by Gustavus Forteman. The church was the Cathedral Almenum. In 1157 Eilwardus Ludinga founded a monastery called Ludingakerke. The monks dug canals to provide access to trading vessels. Ludingakerk became one of the richest monasteries in Friesland. The area west of Almenum, became more important and turned into the city of Harlingen. Show Almenumon the map
GrouGrou (Dutch: Grouw) is a town in the province Fryslân of the Netherlands and has around 5737 citizens (2007). Since 2014 is part of the municipality of Leeuwarden. The town is located on the Pikmeer lake and the Prinses operated a distribution centre for Fryslân in Grou for 25 years until 2004. It used to be the capital of municipality of Idaarderadeel before the reorganization of municipalities in 1984, and of the municipality of Boarnsterhim until 2014.Grou celebrates Sint Piter as a holiday on February 21, which differs from most of the Netherlands. Show Grouon the map
MakkingaMakkinga (West Frisian: Makkingea) is a village in the Dutch municipality of Ooststellingwerf in the province of Friesland. As of the census of 1 January 2006 it had 1,039 inhabitants. At one time Makkinga was the largest village in Ooststellingwerf, with nearly 1,900 residents. Oosterwolde now has the distinction of being the largest village in the municipality. Show Makkingaon the map
BeetsterzwaagBeetsterzwaag (West Frisian: Beetstersweach) is a village of about 3,650 inhabitants in the municipality of Opsterland in the east of Friesland in the Netherlands. Its most famous inhabitant was the Dutch poet J. Slauerhoff, who in May–July 1929 ran the practice of the local doctor, a temporary profession eternalized in a poem by J.C. Bloem printed in the national paper Het Vaderland. Beetsterzwaag is also the birthplace of Hilbert van der Duim, a speed skater active in the 1980s; Van der Duim was twice all-around World Champion, twice all-around European champion, and seven times Dutch champion. Show Beetsterzwaagon the map
Oost-VlielandOost-Vlieland (West Frisian: East-Flylân) is the only village on the island of Vlieland in the province Friesland of the Netherlands and has about 1150 citizens. It is situated on the east end of the island as its name indicates: Oost is \"east\" in Dutch. \n* A view along the Dorpsstraat \n* St. Nicolas church (Nicolaas Kerk) \n* The Museum Tromp's Huys \n* Horse paddocks outside of Oost-Vlieland Show Oost-Vlielandon the map
BallumBallum is a village on the western half of the island of Ameland and the smallest of the total of four villages on the island, one of the West Frisian Islands and part of the Netherlands. It has a population of about 370; this includes about 60 inhabitants of the countryside surrounding the village. The small Ameland Airport is located northwest of Ballum. It is also the place of the municipal hall of Ameland. This building was built on the location where the castle of the Cammingha's once stood. This old and large castle, formerly the home of the lords of the island, was demolished in 1829. Show Ballumon the map
SneekSneek ([sneːk] (13px listen); West Frisian: Snits) is a city southwest of Leeuwarden and seat of the former municipality of Sneek in the province of Friesland (Netherlands). As for 2011 it is part of the municipality Súdwest Fryslân. The city has approximately 33,000 inhabitants. Show Sneekon the map
PepergaPeperga (West Frisian: Pepergea) is a small village in Weststellingwerf in the province Friesland of the Netherlands. As of 2012, it has a population of 87 people. Peperga is located on the A32 between Wolvega and Steenwijk, and is characterized by detached houses, several businesses and a church. There are approximately 35 houses. Public transportation offers a service to the nearby villages of Steggerda and De Blesse. The church, formerly dedicated to Saint Nicholas, is now named after the famous native Peter Stuyvesant (c. 1612 – August 1672), and was completed in 1810. Show Pepergaon the map
HollumHollum is a Dutch village on Ameland, one of the West Frisian Islands. It is situated on the westernmost part of the island. Prominent in the town is a Reformed church with foundations from the 12th century and a lighthouse, which is 59 m high, dating from 1880. Another notable feature is the Commandeur huuskes. Commandeur refers to the captain of a whaling ship, as were used during the 18th century to hunt in the Arctic Ocean. Another notable tourist attraction is the history museum in the town called het Sorgdragersmuseum. The windmill De Verwachting is in working order. Show Hollumon the map
BritsumThe village of Britsum is located in the municipality of Leeuwarderadeel (province of Friesland), in the Netherlands. Britsum was built on an artificial bank (terp) running along the eastern side of the former Middelzee. The church, built around 1300, is also located on this bank. It has a population of about 1100 citizens. Britsum was served by a station on the North Friesland Railway which opened in 1901 and closed to passengers in July 1936. It reopened to passengers in May 1940 and closed to passengers again in December 1940. The line finally closed in 1997. Show Britsumon the map
BaaiduinenBaaiduinen is a village on the Frisian Wadden Sea island of Terschelling in the Netherlands. As of January 1, 2005, it had 123 inhabitants. Baaiduinen is surrounded by the much older hamlets of Kinnum, Kaart (Kaard) en Horp. Baaiduinen is the youngest village on Terschelling and has only been recognized as a separate settlement in the 19th century. North of Baaiduinen is a polder landscape named het Hoge Land (\"the highlands\"). Tourism has replaced dairy farming as the main source of income and most farms have been rebuilt to accommodate tourists. Show Baaiduinenon the map
FirdgumFirdgum (West Frisian: Furdgum) is a small village in Franekeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 100 in 2004. The Dutch reformed church of Firdgum was demolished in 1794 as it was in a state of disrepair, but the 13th-century church tower still remains to date. The tower houses a clock dating from 1471. In the Yeb Hettingaskoalle (a cultural center in nearby Tzummarum) there is an archeological support group with a collection of local finds and artifacts and varying expositions of modern artists. Show Firdgumon the map
NesNes is the second largest village on the island of Ameland, one of the West Frisian Islands in the northern Netherlands. It constitutes as the main village of the eastern, Roman Catholic part of Ameland. In the past, the Catholic Amelanders were involved in many conflicts with the western, Protestant Amelanders living in Hollum and Ballum. Nes has since become a popular tourist destination, as the place where the ferry from the mainland arrives. The village has many small shops and restaurants, a microdistillery, and a windmill, De Phenix. Show Neson the map
HegebeintumHegebeintum (Dutch: Hogebeintum) is a small village in Ferwerderadiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 90 in 2014. There is a well-known restored windmill in the village, De Hogebeintumermolen. Hegebeintum is also home to the highest artificial dwelling hill, or terp, in the Netherlands, measuring around 8.8 metres (29 ft) tall. The high ground of the terp was historically used as a place of refuge during unusually high tides and storm floods, and also had a number of dwellings. Show Hegebeintumon the map
OudegaOudega (West Frisian: Aldegea) is a village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 700 in 2006. It is often called Oudega W to avoid confusion with the other villages with the same name, with the W referring to the former municipally Wymbritseradiel. The location of the village on the banks of the lake Aldegeaster Brekken makes it a popular destination for boating, windsurfing and sailing. The village church and the windmill Doris Mooltsje are both Rijksmonument. Show Oudegaon the map
BitgumBeetgum (West Frisian: Bitgum) is a small village in Menameradiel in the province of Friesland,the Netherlands. It had a population of around 735 in 2005. Beetgum gained notoriety in 1895, when three brothers from the village – the brothers Keimpe, Wybren en Marten Hogerhuis – were arrested for their alleged and disputed involvement in a burglary in the village of Britsum. The involvement of the Social Democrat Party's leader, Pieter Jelles Troelstra two years later, catapulted the village into the national headlines. Show Bitgumon the map
DrogehamDrogeham (West Frisian: Droegeham) is a small village of about 1,600 inhabitants in the Dutch province of Friesland. It is in a rural area of the municipality of Achtkarspelen. Agriculture still plays an important part in the town, but small-scale industry is on the increase. Many people have their jobs in nearby larger towns like Drachten, Surhuisterveen, and Leeuwarden. The most common language is still West Frisian although there are more and more people coming to Drogeham who have Dutch as their mother-language. Show Drogehamon the map
HolwerdHolwerd is a village in the northern Netherlands, in the province of Friesland. Wadloopcentrum Fryslân in Holwerd is a center for the training of wadlopen guides and the preservation of the sport. It was the birthplace of astronomer Johannes Phocylides Holwarda. Holwerd had a station on the North Friesland Railway, which opened in 1901 and closed to passengers in May 1935. It closed completely in July 1942. The ferry to Ameland departs from Holwerd. There are two windmills in Holwerd, De Hoop and Miedenmolen. \n* Wadlopen \n* Ferry \n* De Hoop Show Holwerdon the map
JistrumJistrum (Dutch: Eestrum) is a village in Tytsjerksteradiel in the province of Friesland of the Netherlands. It lies northeast of the Burgumer Mar and had a population of around 964 in 2008. The village has a yacht harbour that is connected with the lake and lies on the Zevenwoudenpad. The local soccer club of the village is VV Jistrum, the club is playing in a green shirt with vertical white stripes, white shorts and green socks. It was founded in 1949 and the soccer field is located on the Fjildwei. Show Jistrumon the map
WonsWONS (1080 AM) is a radio station licensed to serve Cannonsburg, Kentucky, USA. The station is owned by Fowler Media Partners of South Point, Ohio. It currently simulcasts its programming on \"WJEH\" 990 AM of Gallipolis, Ohio. It broadcasts a Christian Talk & Teaching format with several National Bible Teachers and Local Church ministries to the greater Huntington, West Virginia, area. The station was assigned the WYHY call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on February 6, 2009. It changed to the current WONS call sign on January 23, 2015. Show Wonson the map
MarrumMarrum is a small village in Ferwerderadiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1464 in 2014. In 2006 following a storm nearly 100 horses were stranded on a small mud island. Eventually they were rescued after seven women equestrians organised by Norma Miedema through an internet forum rode out through the water and then rode back leading the horses to safety (Susan Fransen riding Blizzard, Micky Nijboer riding Berber, Antje Dijkstra riding Humphrey, Hinke Lap riding Guinever, Christina Stormer riding Perfeft and Fardow de Rueter riding King). A memorial was subsequently erected to mark the bravery and ingenuity of these women. Show Marrumon the map
SkûlenboarchSkûlenboarch (Dutch: Schuilenburg) is a hamlet in Tytsjerksteradiel in the province Friesland of the Netherlands. The hamlet lies south of Jistrum, every house north of Princess Margriet Canal falls officially under Jistrum. The houses south of the canal are officially part of Eastermar. A bridge connects the two halves of Skûlenboarch with each other. The Joost Wiersmawei(road) connects the hamlet with Jistrum and a cycling path connects the yacht harbour with Skûlenboarch. Show Skûlenboarchon the map
KûbaardKûbaard (Dutch: Kubaard) is a small village in Littenseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 260 in 2008. The church in Kubaard was built in 1644. The pipe organ was installed in 1858. Now electrified, it once was powered by foot power, providing air to the bellows to the individual pipes as required by the organist. Although the organ would be considered small by today's standards, it more than adequately fills the church. Show Kûbaardon the map
OpeindeOpeinde (West Frisian: De Pein) is a village in the Dutch province of Friesland. It is a part of the municipality of Smallingerland, and lies about 5 km north of Drachten. In 2004, Opeinde had 1760 inhabitants. The local council of Smallingerland decided to build a new neighbourhood in Opeinde with the help of The Crowds. Internet users can leave their ideas for the new neighbourhood on a website. The council will decide which ideas will become reality in early 2009. Show Opeindeon the map
MakkumMakkum is a village of Súdwest-Fryslân municipality, west of Bolsward on the banks of the lake IJsselmeer in the province Friesland of the Netherlands. With 3500 citizens (2007) it was the largest village of the former municipally Wûnseradiel. North and south of Makkum are nature reserves Noardwaard and Súdwaard. Belonging to Makkum is the hamlet Ingwier. Historically Makkum is a fishing village. In the 20th century it started receiving tourists. Show Makkumon the map
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EeEe (Dutch pronunciation: [eː]) (West Frisian: Ie) is a village in the northern Netherlands. It is located in the municipality of Dongeradeel, Friesland, east of Dokkum. Ee has approximately 780 inhabitants (2004). There are various types of buildings in Ee, including a church built in 1220. The only flax museum of the Netherlands is also located in Ee. Ee has mostly remained an intact rural village. Ee has the shortest name of all places in the Netherlands. Show Eeon the map
JorwerdJorwert (Dutch: Jorwerd) is a village in Friesland,in the municipality of Littenseradiel, with a population of 360. The nickname for inhabitants of Jorwert is \"Dweilstikken\", meaning poor people who are dependent of rich ones. The village is built around a central \"terp\", a man-made mound between 4 and 8 feet tall built to provide relief from the high tides of the sea before dykes were constructed around the 10th century. Show Jorwerdon the map
HarkemaHarkema (West Frisian: De Harkema) is a village in the municipality of Achtkarspelen, Friesland province, the Netherlands. Harkema is in the eastern part of Friesland, 9 km north of Drachten. As of 18 December 2008, the village had a population of 4,228. Harkema is home to the amateur football club, the Harkemase Boys. Cyclist Pieter Weening, who was the first Frisian to win a stage in the Tour de France, is from Harkema. Show Harkemaon the map
BuitenpostBuitenpost (Bûtenpost in West Frisian) is a village in north-east Friesland in the Netherlands. It lies approximately halfway between the cities of Leeuwarden (the capital of Friesland) and Groningen, in the northern part of the municipality of Achtkarspelen. With 5,765 inhabitants, Buitenpost is the second largest settlement in the municipality. Buitenpost is home to the Netherlands' largest botanical herbal garden. Show Buitenposton the map
WierumWierum is a village in Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands with a population of around 390.It features in The Wheel On The School by Meindert DeJong, where it has been renamed Shora. Wierum was DeJong's birthplace. There is also an 11th-century church and a windmill in the village.Dejong made his hometown Wierum a notably popular area because of his popular novel \"The Wheel on the School.\" \n* Wierum \n* Maria Church in Wierum Show Wierumon the map
OudehaskeOudehaske (West Frisian: Aldehaske) is a village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1940 in 2004. Oudehaske is known in traffic engineering circles for the radical innovation in street design pioneered there by Hans Monderman, removing signs and using subtle cues to indicate that the roadways are shared space between pedestrians and other vehicles. Show Oudehaskeon the map
BoksumBoksum is a small village in Menaldumadeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 400 in 2004. It has a bakery, a community center and two churches. The oldest of the two churches, which was built between 1080 and 1120, is still used as a church belonging to the Dutch Reformed Church. The elementary school in Boksum teaches three language: Dutch, Frisian and English. Show Boksumon the map
SlotenSloten (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈsloːtə(n)]; West Frisian: Sleat) received city rights in 1426, and is the smallest of the eleven Frisian cities. It lies within the municipality of De Friese Meren.Sloten is one of the smallest cities of the Netherlands and is a popular place for sports such as sailing.Sloten is near the Slotermeer. It is a historical city with old buildings and a windmill, De Kaai, in the center of the city. \n* Sloten in 2007 \n* Sloten in the early 18th century, from the Atlas Schoemaker Show Slotenon the map
ElslooElsloo (West Frisian: Elslo) is a village consisting of around 650 inhabitants in the municipality of Ooststellingwerf in the east of Friesland in the Netherlands. The communities considered part of the village are Tronde and Canada. The name Elsloo is derived from old Dutch 'Els' or Alder and 'Loo'(lauhaz) Forrest. In Elsloo, the first AI calf was born on December 5, 1935 at the farm of Jan Werner. Show Elslooon the map
BoelenslaanBoelenslaan (West Frisian: Boelensloane) is a small town in Achtkarspelen municipality in Friesland province in the northern Netherlands. Boelenslaan has 1186 inhabitants and is named from its founder Mr. Boelens, after whom it was named. \"Laan\" - avenue; the road through the village used to be a sandy road and is still bearing the name Boelenswei (\"wei\" being the West Frisian word for \"road\". Show Boelenslaanon the map
KollumKollum (Low Saxon: Kölm) is a village in Kollumerland c.a. in the province Friesland of the Netherlands and has a population of around 5521 (2014). There is a restored windmill, Tochmaland in the village. It was the site of a battle during the Eighty years war in 1581. The village made national headlines after the murder of Marianne Vaatstra and subsequent riots in 1999. Show Kollumon the map
BantegaBantega (West Frisian: Bantegea) is a village in the Dutch province of Friesland. It is located in the municipality De Friese Meren, and lies about 6 km east of the town of Lemmer. Bantega has about 570 inhabitants. It is a young village; until after the second World War, it was only a hamlet, named Echtenpolder. The village is named after the drowned village of Bant. Show Bantegaon the map
EdensIens (Dutch: Edens) is a small village in Littenseradiel in the province Friesland of the Netherlands with a population of around 45. It changed its official name from Edens to Iens in 1991. Iens has a church dating from the thirteenth century. The Edensermolen, a smock mill built in 1847 for drainage has been restored and is held in reserve for emergencies. Show Edenson the map
LippenhuizenLippenhuizen (West Frisian: Lippenhuzen) is a village consisting of about 1320 inhabitants in the municipality of Opsterland in the east of Friesland, the Netherlands. This is where Dutch football coach Foppe de Haan was born. The other famous people who have lived here are Jan Kromkamp, a professional footballer and J-Mil, a local Frisian rap artist). Show Lippenhuizenon the map
AkkrumAkkrum is a village in the Dutch province of Friesland. It is located in the municipality Heerenveen, about 17 km south of the city of Leeuwarden. Akkrum has about 3300 inhabitants. Akkrum has a railway station - Akkrum railway station - with services to Leeuwarden, Zwolle, Amersfoort and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. For Amsterdam change at Hilversum. Show Akkrumon the map
West-TerschellingWest-Terschelling (West Frisian: West-Skylge) is a village on Terschelling in the province Friesland, the Netherlands with a population of around 2580. The town was burned by the English Navy in 1666, during the Second Anglo-Dutch War, in an event referred to as \"Holmes's Bonfire\". A pub was named after the Oka 18, a ship that sank near Formerum. Show West-Terschellingon the map
FranekerFraneker (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈfraːnəkər] (13px listen); West Frisian: Frjentsjer) is one of the eleven historical cities of Friesland and capital of the municipality of Franekeradeel. It is located about 20 km west of Leeuwarden on the Van Harinxma Canal. As of 1 January 2006, it had 12,996 inhabitants. The Eisinga Planetarium from around the year 1800 is located in the city. Show Franekeron the map
SkingenSkingen (Dutch: Schingen) is a small village in Menaldumadeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 115 in 2009. Archeological findings in the area prove that the village most likely already existed in Roman Times. A church had already been built in the 12th century when in 1877 work began on a new one. Show Skingenon the map
DokkumDokkum is a Dutch fortified town in the municipality of Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland. It has 12,635 inhabitants (January 1, 2013). The fortifications of Dokkum are well preserved and are known as the bolwerken (bulwarks). It the fifth-most popular shopping city in Friesland. It also has the smallest hospital of the Netherlands. Show Dokkumon the map
MidslandMidsland (West Frisian: Midslân) is a village on Terschelling in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It has a population of around 870. A statue was placed near the village in 1982 commemorating Het Stryper Wyfke, an old crone who deceived English troops and saved the island's civilian population during Holmes's Bonfire in 1666. Show Midslandon the map
RuigahuizenRuigahuizen (West Frisian: Rûgehuzen) is a village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands, south-west of Balk. It had a population of around 117 in 2012. One of Frieslands' wooden bell towers is at the cemetery.On a farmyard at the Rûchsterwei There is an American wind engine on the farmyard at the Rûchsterwei. Show Ruigahuizenon the map
WâlterswâldWâlterswâld (Dutch: Wouterswoude) is a village in Dantumadiel municipality, Friesland, the Netherlands. The village had a population of approximately 993 in 2014. The \"twin village\" of Wâlterswâld is Driezum, which Wâlterswâld shares associations and churches with. The joint town centre, \"De Nije Warf,\" is located in Wâlterswâld. Show Wâlterswâldon the map
HindeloopenHindeloopen (Dutch pronunciation: West Frisian: Hylpen; Hindeloopen Frisian: Hielpen [ˈhiːəlpən]) is an old city on the North of the Netherlands on the IJsselmeer. It lies within the municipality of Súdwest Fryslân. It is famous because of the Hindeloopen art and hindeloopen costume. Hindeloopen is one of the eleven cities of Friesland. Show Hindeloopenon the map
WaskemeerWaskemeer (West Frisian: Waskemar) is a village of about 870 inhabitants in the municipality of Ooststellingwerf in the east of Friesland, the Netherlands. The village lies in the north of Ooststellingwerf. It is named after a pond 2 km to the west called Waskmar, which in turn means 'wash-lake' as it was used to wash sheep. Show Waskemeeron the map
ElahuizenEalahuizen (West Frisian: Elahuzen) is a small village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 330 in 2004. The village was originally called Nijega. To avoid confusion with to other villages of the same name, it took the name of \"Nijega (H.O.N.)\" and later Elahuizen. Show Elahuizenon the map
Alde LeieOude Leije (West Frisian: Alde Leie) is a hamlet in the municipality of Leeuwarderadeel (province of Friesland) in the Netherlands. It has a population of around 270. It is located on the river Dokkumer Ee, and is therefore on the route of the Elfstedentocht. There is a windmill in the vicinity, De \n* De Show Alde Leieon the map
HurdegarypHurdegaryp (Dutch: Hardegarijp) is a village in the northern part of the Netherlands, in the municipality of Tytsjerksteradiel. Its history dates back to at least the 13th century. It had a population of around 5000 in 2008. In Dutch the village is called Hardegarijp, Hurdegaryp is its West Frisian and official name. Show Hurdegarypon the map
BeersBears or Beers is a small village in the Dutch province of Friesland. It is located in the municipality Littenseradiel, about 8 km southwest of Leeuwarden. Bears has a population of about 120. The official name of the village is in Frisian (\"Bears\"), like all villages in Littenseradiel. \"Beers\" is the Dutch name. Show Beerson the map
De KnipeDe Knipe is a small village in the municipality (Dutch: Gemeente) Heerenveen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1496 in 2006. Note: Dutch: De Knijpe) was a unofficial translation that has never been accepted by the City Hall of Heerenveen, and should therefore by avoided. Show De Knipeon the map
Witmarsum Show Witmarsumon the map
QuatrebrasQuatrebras is a hamlet in Tytsjerksteradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. Quatrebras (four arms) is the French word for crossroads. In Tytsjerkstradiel it is the intersection of the roads N355 and N356.The hamlet is best known for its disco, Club Q, which is popularly known as Quatrebras. Show Quatrebrason the map
RijsRijs (West Frisian: Riis) is a town within the municipality of De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands.Rijs is situated on the road between Oudemirdum and Hemelum. It has approximately 200 citizens. Rijs is most known for its 300-year-old planted forest which known as Rijsterbos. Show Rijson the map
FeanwâldsterwâlFeanwâldsterwâl (Dutch: Veenwoudsterwal) is a village in the Dantumadiel municipality of Friesland, the Netherlands. it had a population of around 400 in 2006. The southern part of Feanwâldsterwâl lies in the adjacent municipality of Tytsjerksteradiel (see Feanwâldsterwâl Show Feanwâldsterwâlon the map
Harlingen Show Harlingenon the map
ParregaParrega (West Frisian: Parregea) is a village in the municipality Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 500 citizens on 1 January 2009. The village is divided by a canal, and the only bridge, in the centre connects the two parts. Show Parregaon the map
VrouwenparochieVrouwenparochie (West Frisian: Froubuorren) is a small village in Het Bildt in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands, with a population of around 620. It is called Froubuurt in the dialect of Het Bildt. There is a restored windmill in the village, De Vrouwbuurstermolen. Show Vrouwenparochieon the map
SumarSumar (Dutch: Suameer) is a village in the municipality of Tytsjerksteradiel, in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It lies south of Burgum, on the Provinciale weg 356, and had a population of approximately 1370 in 2008. There is a windmill in the village, De Hoop. Show Sumaron the map
LemmerLemmer (West Frisian: De Lemmer) is a town in the municipality of De Friese Meren (province of Friesland), in the Netherlands. It has a population of around 10,500 and is one of Friesland's most famous water sport towns. The Ir. D.F. Woudagemaal is a steam-powered pumping station and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Show Lemmeron the map
OranjewoudOranjewoud (West Frisian: Oranjewâld, literally \"Orange Forest\") is a small village in Heerenveen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 162 in 2006. It is known for Oranjewoud Palace. The village had one museum called Belvédère. Show Oranjewoudon the map
GerkeskloosterGekkiesklooster (West Frisian: Gerkeskleaster) is a small village in Achtkarspelen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It forms, together with Stroobos, the double village The double village had a population of around 1775 in 2006. Show Gerkeskloosteron the map
NijetrijneNijetrijne (West Frisian: Nijetrine) is a small village in Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands, with a population of around 130 as of 2008. There are three windmills in the village; De Reiger, De Rietvink, and a tjasker, the Boktjasker. Show Nijetrijneon the map
BurumBurum (West Frisian language: Boerum) is a town in Kollumerland c.a., Friesland in the Netherlands. It is the site of a ground station of the Dutch Nationale SIGINT Organisatie (national signals intelligence service), which intercepts satellite communications. Show Burumon the map
Sint NicolaasgaSint Nicolaasga (West Frisian: Sint Nyk) is a village in the Dutch province of Friesland. It is located in the municipality of De Friese Meren, and had a population of around 3270 in 2004. It was part of the former municipalities Doniawerstal and Skarsterlân. Show Sint Nicolaasgaon the map
AugustinusgaAugustinusga (West Frisian: Stynsgea) is a village in the municipality of Achtkarspelen, Friesland province, The Netherlands. Augustinusga lies in the eastern part of the province of Friesland, 10 km north of Drachten. As of 2012, it had a population of 1272. Show Augustinusgaon the map
StroobosStroobos (West Frisian: Strobos) is a village in Achtkarspelen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It forms, together with Gerkesklooster, the double village The double village had a population of around 1775 in 2006. Show Strooboson the map
AllingawierAllingawier is a small village in the Dutch province of Friesland. It is located in the municipality Wûnseradiel, about 7 km southwest of the city of Bolsward. Allingawier is a terp village, on an artificial dwelling mound. It has about 60 inhabitants. Show Allingawieron the map
TijnjeTijnje (West Frisian: De Tynje) is a village consisting of about 1500 inhabitants in the municipality of Opsterland in the east of Friesland, the Netherlands. There are two windmills in the village, Boezemmolen and De Deelen. The latter is a tjasker. Show Tijnjeon the map
MunnekezijlMunnekezijl (West Frisian: Muntsjesyl) (Low Saxon: Muntjesiel) is the easternmost village in Kollumerland en Nieuwkruisland, Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of 484 in 2014. There is a windmill in the village, the Show Munnekezijlon the map
PingjumPingjum (West Frisian: Penjum) is a village in the municipality of Súdwest-Fryslân in Friesland, in the northern Netherlands and lies 6.6 kilometres (4.1 mi) southwest of Harlingen. Until 2011 Pingjum belonged to the former municipality Wûnseradiel. Show Pingjumon the map
MildamMildam (West Frisian: Mildaam) is a village in Heerenveen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 724 in 2006. Louis Le Roy's \"eco-cathedral\" is located here. There is a windmill in the village, De Tjongermolen. Show Mildamon the map
CornwerdCornwerd (West Frisian: Koarnwert) is a small village in Wûnseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 100 in 2004. Cornwerd is the location of the most westerly windmill in Friesland, De Cornwerdermolen. Show Cornwerdon the map
ReduzumReduzum (Dutch: Roordahuizum) is a village in Leeuwarden in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1,100 in 2006. The community is notable for working towards a sustainable energy consumption within the village. Show Reduzumon the map
FormerumFormerum (West Frisian: Formearum) is a village on Terschelling in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It has a population of around 230. The Oka 18 sank near this village. Until recently her funnel could be seen rising out from the sea. Show Formerumon the map
UreterpUreterp (West Frisian: Oerterp) is a village consisting of 4874 inhabitants (as of January 2012) in the municipality of Opsterland in the east of Friesland, the Netherlands. After Gorredijk it is the second largest village of the municipality. Show Ureterpon the map
TwijzelerheideTwijzelerheide (West Frisian: Twizelerheide) is a village in Achtkarspelen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1960 in 2006. A dialect of Wood Frisian, Westereendersk dialect, is spoken in this village. Show Twijzelerheideon the map
Augsbuurt-LutjewoudeAugsbuurt (West Frisian: Lytsewâld) (Low Saxon: Lutjewolde) is a small village in the Dutch province of Friesland. It is located in the municipality Kollumerland, about 1 km southeast of the town of Kollum. Augsbuurt has about 68 inhabitants. Show Augsbuurt-Lutjewoudeon the map
WesthemWesthem (West Frisian: Westhim) is a village in the Súdwest-Fryslân municipality, in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 97 in 2007. Until 2011 it belonged to the former municipality of Wymbritseradiel. Show Westhemon the map
WolvegaWolvega (West Frisian: Wolvegea) is a town in the municipality of Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland (Fryslan), in the Netherlands. Show Wolvegaon the map
MetslawierMetslawier (West Frisian: Mitselwier) is a village in Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 920 in 2006. The De Ropta windmill, which is in working order, is about half a mile to the north. Show Metslawieron the map
BolswardBolsward [ˈbɔɫsʋɑrt] (, West Frisian: Boalsert) is a city in Súdwest Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. Bolsward has a population of just under 10,000. It is located 10 km W.N.W. of Sneek. Show Bolswardon the map
HommertsHommerts (West Frisian: De Hommerts) is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 611 in 2006. It forms, together with Jutrijp, the double village De Hommerts-Jutryp. Show Hommertson the map
DamwâldDamwâld (Dutch: Damwoude) is a village in the Dantumadiel municipality of Friesland, in the Netherlands and has around 5600 citizens (2014). This number of citizens makes Damwâld the largest village in the municipality of Dantumadiel. Show Damwâldon the map
MenaamMenaldum (West Frisian: Menaam) is a village in Menaldumadeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 2,612 citizens in 2007. There are two windmills in the village, De Kievit and De Rentmeester. Show Menaamon the map
ZurichZurich (West Frisian: Surch) is a village in the community of Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 90 in 2011. Until 1 January 2011 it was part of the community of Wûnseradiel. Show Zurichon the map
JutrijpJutrijp (West Frisian: Jutryp) is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 326 in 2006. It forms, together with Hommerts, the double village De Hommerts-Jutryp. Show Jutrijpon the map
EarnewâldEarnewâld (Dutch: Eernewoude) is a small village in Tytsjerksteradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 418 in 2008. A windmill, De Princehofmolen, is maintained as a landscape feature. Show Earnewâldon the map
MarsumMarssum (West Frisian: Marsum) is a small village in Menaldumadeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1020 in 2004. There are two windmills in Marssum, De Marssumermolen and Terpzigt. Show Marsumon the map
BaijumBaaium (Dutch: Baijum) is a small village in the Dutch province of Friesland. It is located in the municipality Littenseradiel, about 15 km southwest of the city of Leeuwarden. Baaium had a population of around 120 in 2006. Show Baijumon the map
WergeaWergea (Dutch: Warga) is a village in Leeuwarden in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1615 in 2006. There are two windmills in the village, De and a paaltjasker. Show Wergeaon the map
LangezwaagLangezwaag (West Frisian: Langsweagen) is a village consisting of about 1000 inhabitants in the municipality of Opsterland in the east of Friesland, the Netherlands. 16x16px Media related to at Wikimedia Commons Show Langezwaagon the map
TerbandTerband (West Frisian: Terbant) is a village in Heerenveen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 298 in 2006. The villages are Gersloot, Luinjeberdand Tjalleberd the town Aengwirden. \n* The Rotondekerk in Terband Show Terbandon the map
KollumerpompKollumerpomp (Low Saxon: De Pomp) is a small village in Kollumerland c.a. in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It has a population of just under 500. There is a restored windmill in the village- De Westermolen. Show Kollumerpompon the map
KoarnjumKoarnjum (Dutch: Cornjum) is a village with a population of around 500, and is located in the municipality of Leeuwarderadeel (Friesland province), in the Netherlands. The village is situated between Jelsum and Britsum. Show Koarnjumon the map
JouswierJouswier is a small village in Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 50 in 2004. It is located on a mound to the northeast of Dokkum and to the southeast of Metslawier. Show Jouswieron the map
SurhuisterveenSurhuisterveen (West Frisian: Surhústerfean) is one of the 12 villages of the municipality of Achtkarspelen, in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. As of 1 January 2010, Surhuisterveen had a population of 5,865. Show Surhuisterveenon the map
WynsFor the FM station in Waynesville, Ohio see WYNS-FM Wyns (Dutch: Wijns) is a small village in Tytsjerksteradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands.It had a population of approximately 182 on October 1, 2008. Show Wynson the map
SintjohannesgaSintjohannesga (West Frisian: Sint Jânsgea) is a village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1123 in 2004. There is a windmill in the village, De Hersteller. Show Sintjohannesgaon the map
WoudsendWoudsend (West Frisian: Wâldsein) is a village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1326 in 2005. There are two windmills in the village, 't Lam and De Jager. Show Woudsendon the map
SchalsumSchalsum (West Frisian: Skalsum) is a village in Franekeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 120 in 2004. There is a restored windmill in the village, De Schalsumermolen. Show Schalsumon the map
LeeuwardenLeeuwarden (Dutch pronunciation: (13px listen), Frisian: Ljouwert [ˈʎɔːw(ə)t], Stadsfries: Liwwadden) is a city and municipality with a population of 108,249 in Friesland in the Netherlands. It is the provincial capital and seat of the States of Friesland. One important cultural and historical event that takes place in Leeuwarden is the Elfstedentocht. The Elfstedentocht is an ice skating tour that goes through eleven cities in Friesland which starts and finishes in Leeuwarden. Show Leeuwardenon the map
WinsumWinsum is a small village in Littenseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1086 in 2004. There is a windmill in the village, Langwert, which is undergoing restoration. Show Winsumon the map
ScharsterbrugScharsterbrug (West Frisian: Skarsterbrêge) is a village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 710 in 2004. There is a restored windmill, De Skarrenmolen. Show Scharsterbrugon the map
TjerkwerdTjerkwerd (West Frisian: Tsjerkwert) is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province Friesland of the Netherlands and has around 457 citizens (2004). There is a windmill in the village, De Babuurstermolen. Show Tjerkwerdon the map
VegelinsoordVegelinsoord (West Frisian: Vegelinsoard) is a village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 210 in 2004. There is a windmill in the village, De Deels. Show Vegelinsoordon the map
NijemirdumNijemirdum (West Frisian: Nijemardum) is a village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands, with a population of around 480 as of 2004. There is a windmill in the village, 't Zwaantje. Show Nijemirdumon the map
WetzensWetsens is a village in Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 167 in 2005 and is considered to be one of the oldest villages in the north-east of Friesland. Show Wetzenson the map
BurgwerdBurgwerd (West Frisian: Burchwert) is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 344 in 2007. It is located near the Boalserter Trekfeart. Show Burgwerdon the map
BakhuizenBakhuzen (Dutch: Bakhuizen) is a village in the Dutch province of Friesland. It is located in the municipality De Friese Meren, about 6 km east of the city of Stavoren. Bakhuzen has about 1000 inhabitants. Show Bakhuizenon the map
FeinsumFinkum (Frysk: Feinsum) is a small village in Leeuwarderadeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 160 in 2004. There is a restored windmill, the Slagdijkstermolen. Show Feinsumon the map
ReadtsjerkReadtsjerk (Dutch: Roodkerk) is a village in the Dantumadiel municipality of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 198 in 2014. There is a restored windmill in the village, De Hoop. Show Readtsjerkon the map
AkmarijpEagmaryp (Dutch: Akmarijp) is a village in the Dutch province of Friesland. It is located in the municipality De Friese Meren, about 5 km north of the town of Joure. Eagmaryp has about 115 inhabitants. Show Akmarijpon the map
SteggerdaSteggerda (West Frisian: Steggerde) is the third largest village of the Dutch municipality of village consists of one long stretch with housing and has a population of ca. 1,000. Show Steggerdaon the map
AbbegaAbbegea (Dutch: Abbega) is a village in the Dutch province of Friesland. It is located in the municipality of Súdwest-Fryslân, about 6 km west of the city of Sneek. Abbegea has about 270 inhabitants. Show Abbegaon the map
RyptsjerkRyptsjerk (Dutch: Rijperkerk) is a village in Tytsjerksteradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 819 in 2008. There is a restored windmill, the Ypey Mole. Show Ryptsjerkon the map
GoutumGoutum is a part of Leeuwarden in the Gemeente Leeuwarden in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It has a population of around 2,630. There are two windmills in Goutum, Kramersmolen and Molen Hoogland. Show Goutumon the map
WartenWarten (Dutch: Wartena) is a village in Leeuwarden in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1020 in 2004. There is a restored windmill in the village, De Ikkers. Warten is the hometown of Olympic gold medallist Marit Bouwmeester (2016: Laser Radial sailing). Show Wartenon the map
AppelschaAppelscha (West Frisian: Appelskea, Stellingwarfs: Appelsche) is a village in the municipality of Ooststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It has just under 5000 inhabitants. Show Appelschaon the map
BalkBalk is a town in the northern Netherlands. It is a village of the municipality De Fryske Marren, province Fryslan, and is located about 17 km southwest of Snits. In 2010 Balk had 3780 inhabitants. Show Balkon the map
PaesensPaesens (West Frisian: Peazens) is a village in Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It has a population of around 270. There is a restored windmill in the village, De Hond. Show Paesenson the map
NesNes is a Dutch village in the municipality of Heerenveen, Friesland. It is situated in the northern part of the country. Since the village is close to Akkrum, they usually speak about Akkrum-Nes. Show Neson the map
GreonterpGreonterp is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 60 in 2005. The Dutch author Gerard Reve lived here for several years. Show Greonterpon the map
LekkumLekkum is a village in Leeuwarden in the Friesland province of the Netherlands. It had a population of around 440 in 2004. De Bullemolen in Lekkum marks the finishing point of the Elfstedentocht. Show Lekkumon the map
TerherneTerherne (Dutch: Terhorne) is a village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. it had a population of around 824 in 2012. The nearest station is Akkrum railway station. Show Terherneon the map
KollumerzwaagKollumerzwaag (West Frisian: Kollumersweach ) (Low Saxon: Kölmerswoag) is a village in Kollumerland c.a. in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 2989 in 2014. Show Kollumerzwaagon the map
HúnsHúns (Dutch: Huins) is a small village in Littenseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 100 in 2007. There is a preserved windmill, De Huinsermolen. Show Húnson the map
De WestereenDe Westereen (standard West Frisian: De Westerein, Dutch: Zwaagwesteinde) is a village in the Dantumadiel municipality of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 5087 in 2014. Show De Westereenon the map
BaardBaard is a small village in the Dutch province of Friesland. It is located in the municipality Littenseradiel, about 10 km southwest of the city of Leeuwarden. Baard has about 190 inhabitants. Show Baardon the map
DoniagaDoniaga (West Frisian: Dunegea) is a small village in De Friese Meren in the province Friesland of the Netherlands and has around 90 citizens (2004).It is named after the family name Donia. Show Doniagaon the map
KortwoudeKoartwâld, or Feanstermoune is a smock mill in Surhuisterveen, Friesland, Netherlands, which was built in 1864 and has been restored to working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument. Show Kortwoudeon the map
De HoeveDe Hoeve is a small village in the Dutch county of Weststellingwerf. It is located in an agriculture area between Wolvega and Noordwolde. De Hoeve has approximately 444 inhabitants (2005). Show De Hoeveon the map
Oosterzee-BurenOosterzee-Buren (West Frisian: Eastersee-Buorren) is a village in Lemsterland in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 350 in 2004. nl:Oosterzee-Buren Show Oosterzee-Burenon the map
WarfstermolenWarfstermolen (West Frisian: Warfstermûne) (Low Saxon: Warfstermeul) is a village in Kollumerland c.a., in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of 204 in 2014. Show Warfstermolenon the map
JislumJislum is a village in Ferwerderadiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 72 in 2014. There is a restored windmill in the village, De Volharding. Show Jislumon the map
KoudumKoudum is a village in the northern Netherlands. It is located in Súdwest-Fryslân, Friesland. The population of Koudum was 2,753 on 1 January 2004. There is a restored windmill in the village, De Vlijt. Show Koudumon the map
AchlumAchlum is a village in the Dutch province of Friesland. It is located in the municipality Franekeradeel, about 7 km southwest of the city of Franeker. Achlum has about 666 inhabitants. Show Achlumon the map
DrachtstercompagnieDrachtstercompagnie (West Frisian: Drachtster kompenije) is a small village in Smallingerland in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1200 in 2006. Show Drachtstercompagnieon the map
LollumLollum is a village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 400 in 2008. There is a restored windmill, Meerswal in the village. Show Lollumon the map
De BlesseDe Blesse is a small village in Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 800 in 2008. Its windmill, De Mars, was rebuilt in 1997. Show De Blesseon the map
BakkeveenBakkefean (West Frisian name), or Bakkeveen (Dutch name), is a village of about 2000 inhabitants in the municipality of Opsterland in eastern Friesland (Fryslân) in the Netherlands. Show Bakkeveenon the map
TriemenTriemen (West Frisian: De Trieme) (Low Saxon: De Triem) is a village in Kollumerland c.a. in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 329 in 2004. Show Triemenon the map
NijlandNijland (West Frisian: Nijlân) is a village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. As of January 1, 2007, it had 1038 residents: 537 men and 501 women. Show Nijlandon the map
HantumHantum is a small village in Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 367 in 2005. There is a restored windmill, De Hantumermolen. Show Hantumon the map
JubbegaJubbega (West Frisian: Jobbegea) is a small village in the municipality of Heerenveen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 3359 in 2006. Show Jubbegaon the map
HeerenveenHeerenveen (Dutch pronunciation: (13px listen), West Frisian: It Hearrenfean [ət ˌjɛrn̩ˈfɪən] (13px listen)) is a town and municipality in the province of Friesland (Fryslan), in the north of the Netherlands. Show Heerenveenon the map
HemelumHemelum (West Frisian: Himmelum) is a small village in Súdwest Fryslân, in the province Friesland of the Netherlands. A 2002 census reported approximately 589 citizens (2002). Show Hemelumon the map
LuinjeberdLuinjeberd (West Frisian: Lúnbert) is a small village in the Heerenveen municipality in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. In 2006 it had a population of around 436. Show Luinjeberdon the map
EastermarEastermar (Dutch: Oostermeer) is a small village in Tytsjerksteradiel in the province Friesland (Fryslân in Frisian) of the Netherlands and has around 1,600 citizens (2008). Show Eastermaron the map
OldeberkoopOldeberkoop (West Frisian: Aldeberkeap) is a village consisting of about 1,550 inhabitants in the municipality of Ooststellingwerf in the east of Friesland, the Netherlands. Show Oldeberkoopon the map
OosterwoldeOosterwolde (West Frisian: Easterwâlde) is a village in the municipality of Ooststellingwerf in the east of Friesland, the Netherlands. It has a population of around 10,000. Show Oosterwoldeon the map
HantumeruitburenHantumeruitburen (West Frisian: Hantumerútbuorren) is a small village in Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 70 in 2004. Show Hantumeruitburenon the map
NiawierNiawier (West Frisian: Nijewier, that is: 'new warf') is a village in Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 380 in 2004. Show Niawieron the map
DelfstrahuizenDelfstrahuizen (West Frisian: Dolsterhuzen) is a small village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 260 in 2004. Show Delfstrahuizenon the map
NijeberkoopNijeberkoop (West Frisian: Nijeberkeap) is a village consisting of about 274 inhabitants in the municipality of Ooststellingwerf in the east of Friesland, the Netherlands. Show Nijeberkoopon the map
GorredijkGorredijk (West Frisian: De Gordyk) is the biggest town in the municipality of Opsterland, in the Dutch province of Friesland. Gorredijk had a population of 7,369 in 2014. Show Gorredijkon the map
WanswerdWanswerd (West Frisian language: Wânswert) is a village in Ferwerderadiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of approximately 204 in 2014. Show Wanswerdon the map
IJlstIJlst [ɛiɫst] (West Frisian: Drylts) is a city in Friesland, Netherlands. It is located about 3 km southwest of Sneek. It lies within the municipality of Súdwest-Fryslân. Show IJlston the map
OosterstreekOosterstreek (West Frisian: Easterstreek) is a small village in Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 530 in 2008. Show Oosterstreekon the map
HaulerwijkHaulerwijk (West Frisian: Haulerwyk ) is a village in the municipality of Ooststellingwerf in the east of Friesland, the Netherlands. It has a population of around 3300. Show Haulerwijkon the map
RavenswoudRavenswoud (West Frisian: Ravenswâld) is a village consisting of about 420 inhabitants in the municipality of Ooststellingwerf in the east of Friesland, the Netherlands. Show Ravenswoudon the map
HoutigehageHoutigehage (West Frisian: De Houtigehage) is a small village in Smallingerland in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 940 in 2004. Show Houtigehageon the map
HoornsterzwaagHoornsterzwaag (West Frisian: Hoarnstersweach) is a small village in Heerenveen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 832 in 2006. Show Hoornsterzwaagon the map
ScherpenzeelScherpenzeel (West Frisian: Skerpenseel) is a small village in Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 420 in 2008. Show Scherpenzeelon the map
GoëngahuizenGoëngahuizen (West Frisian: Goaiïngahuzen) is a small village in Smallingerland in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 70 in 2004. Show Goëngahuizenon the map
HaskerhorneHaskerhorne (West Frisian: Haskerhoarne) is a small village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 490 in 2004. Show Haskerhorneon the map
KimswerdKimswerd (West Frisian: Kimswert) is a village in Súdwest-Fryslân municipality in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 607 in 2004. Show Kimswerdon the map
IdskenhuizenIdskenhuizen (West Frisian: Jiskenhuzen) is a small village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 420 in 2004. Show Idskenhuizenon the map
LangedijkeLangedijke (West Frisian: Langedike) is a village consisting of about 290 inhabitants in the municipality of Ooststellingwerf in the east of Friesland, the Netherlands. Show Langedijkeon the map
EngwierumEngwierum (West Frisian: Ingwierrum) is a small village in Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of approximately 420 in 2004. Show Engwierumon the map
Nij BeetsNij Beets (archaic Dutch: Nieuw Beets) is a village consisting of about 1690 inhabitants in the municipality of Opsterland in the east of Friesland in the Netherlands. Show Nij Beetson the map
BoornbergumBoornbergum (West Frisian: Boarnburgum) is a small village in Smallingerland in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1350 in 2004. Show Boornbergumon the map
BitgummoleBeetgumermolen (West Frisian: Bitgummole) is a small village in Menaldumadeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 920 in 2004. Show Bitgummoleon the map
NijeholtwoldeNijeholtwolde (West Frisian: Nijeholtwâlde) is a village in Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 187 in 2008. Show Nijeholtwoldeon the map
GoingarijpGoingarijp (West Frisian: Goaiïngaryp) is a small village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 227 in 2004. Show Goingarijpon the map
ScharnegoutumScharnegoutum (West Frisian: Skearnegoutum) is a village in Súdwest Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1580 in 2004. Show Scharnegoutumon the map
Ouwster-NijegaOuwster-Nijega (West Frisian: Ousternijegea) is a village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 100 in 2004. Show Ouwster-Nijegaon the map
Klooster-LidlumKlooster-Lidlum (West Frisian: Kleaster-Lidlum) is a village in Franekeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 47 in 2005. Show Klooster-Lidlumon the map
De VeenhoopDe Veenhoop (West Frisian: De Feanhoop) is a small village in Smallingerland in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 260 in 2004. \n* \n* Show De Veenhoopon the map
OldeholtwoldeOldeholtwolde (West Frisian: Aldeholtwâlde) is a village in Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 140 in 2008. Show Oldeholtwoldeon the map
MunnekeburenMunnekeburen (West Frisian: Munnikebuorren) is a village in Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 415 in 2008. Show Munnekeburenon the map
JoureJoure (West Frisian: De Jouwer) is a town in the Dutch province of Friesland. With 13,000 inhabitants, it is the largest town in the municipality of De Friese Meren. Show Joureon the map
JonkerslandJonkersland (West Frisian: Jonkerslân) is a village consisting of around 296 inhabitants in the municipality of Opsterland in the east of Friesland, the Netherlands. Show Jonkerslandon the map
WijnjewoudeWijnjewoude (West Frisian: Wynjewâld) is a village consisting of about 2000 inhabitants in the municipality of Opsterland in the east of Friesland, the Netherlands. Show Wijnjewoudeon the map
HauleHaule (West Frisian: De Haule) is a village consisting of about 610 inhabitants in the municipality of Ooststellingwerf in the east of Friesland in the Netherlands. Show Hauleon the map
KootstertilleKootstertille (West Frisian: Koatstertille) is a village in Achtkarspelen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 2500 in 2006. Show Kootstertilleon the map
TzummarumTzummarum (West Frisian: Tsjummearum) is a small village in Franekeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1340 in 2004. Show Tzummarumon the map
OldeholtpadeOldeholtpade (West Frisian: Aldeholtpea) is a village in Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1072 in 2008. Show Oldeholtpadeon the map
WorkumWorkum (West Frisian: Warkum) is a city in the municipality Súdwest-Fryslân in Friesland. It received city rights in 1374. It currently has around 4000 inhabitants. Show Workumon the map
HantumhuizenHantumhuizen (West Frisian: Hantumhuzen) is a small village in Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 100 in 2004. Show Hantumhuizenon the map
BlesdijkeBlesdijke (West Frisian: Blesdike) is a small village in Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 478 in 2008. Show Blesdijkeon the map
NijeholtpadeNijeholtpade (West Frisian: Nijeholtpea) is a village in Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 478 in 2014. Show Nijeholtpadeon the map
HaskerdijkenHaskerdijken (West Frisian: Haskerdiken) is a small village in Heerenveen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 390 in 2004. Show Haskerdijkenon the map
FochtelooFochteloo (West Frisian: De Fochtel) is a village with around 450 inhabitants in the municipality of Ooststellingwerf in southeastern Friesland in the Netherlands. Show Fochtelooon the map
PietersbierumPietersbierum (West Frisian: Pitersbierrum) is a village in Franekeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 120 in 2004. Show Pietersbierumon the map
LongerhouwLongerhouw (West Frisian: Longerhou) is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 60 in 2004. Show Longerhouwon the map
OosterlittensEasterlittens (Dutch: Oosterlittens) is a small village in Littenseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 479 in 2004. Show Oosterlittenson the map
OosternijkerkOosternijkerk (West Frisian: Easternijtsjerk) is a village in Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 840 in 2004. Show Oosternijkerkon the map
IdsegahuizumIdsegahuizum (West Frisian: Skuzum) is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 109 in 2011. Show Idsegahuizumon the map
LangelilleLangelille (West Frisian: De Langelille) is a village in Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 270 in 2008. Show Langelilleon the map
UitwellingergaUitwellingerga (West Frisian: Twellingea) is a village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 330 in 2004. \n* Uitwellingerga, church \n* Buorren 41 & 43 \n* Windpump 1 \n* Windpump 2 Show Uitwellingergaon the map
FrieschepalenFrieschepalen (West Frisian: Fryske Peallen) is a village with around 990 inhabitants in the municipality of Opsterland in the east of Friesland, the Netherlands. Show Frieschepalenon the map
OosterwierumEasterwierrum (Dutch: Oosterwierum) is a small village in Littenseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 320 in 2004. Show Oosterwierumon the map
OosterbierumOosterbierum (West Frisian: Easterbierrum) is a village in Franekeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 470 in 2004. Show Oosterbierumon the map
OppenhuizenOppenhuizen (West Frisian: Toppenhuzen) is a village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1135 in 2006. Show Oppenhuizenon the map
FolsgareFolsgare (West Frisian: Folsgeare) is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 348 in 2004. Show Folsgareon the map
OuwsterhauleOuwsterhaule (West Frisian: Ousterhaule) is a village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 300 in 2004. Show Ouwsterhauleon the map
ExmorraExmorra (West Frisian: Eksmoarre) is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. In 2009, it had a population of around 450. Show Exmorraon the map
NoardburgumNoardburgum (Dutch: Noordbergum) is a village in Tytsjerksteradiel in the Friesland province of the Netherlands. It had a population of 2322 as of 1 October 2008. Show Noardburgumon the map
BroeksterwâldBroeksterwâld (Dutch: Broeksterwoude) is a village in the Dantumadiel municipality of Friesland, in the Netherlands. In 2014, it had a population of around 1,168. Show Broeksterwâldon the map
SlijkenburgSlijkenburg (West Frisian: Slikenboarch) is a village in Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 37 in 2008. Show Slijkenburgon the map
De WilgenDe Wilgen (West Frisian: De Wylgen) is a small village in Smallingerland in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 850 in 2004. Show De Wilgenon the map
OudemirdumOudemirdum (West Frisian: Aldemardum) is a small village in De Friese Meren in the province Friesland of the Netherlands and has around the 1330 citizens (2007). Show Oudemirdumon the map
BlauwhuisBlauwhuis (West Frisian: Blauhûs) is a small village in Wymbritseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 574 in 2006. Show Blauwhuison the map
MolkwerumMolkwerum (West Frisian: Molkwar) is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 385 in 2012. Show Molkwerumon the map
FerwoudeFerwoude (West Frisian: Ferwâlde) is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 233 in 2009. Show Ferwoudeon the map
SiegerswoudeSiegerswoude (West Frisian: Sigerswâld) is a village consisting of about 875 inhabitants in the municipality of Opsterland in eastern Friesland, the Netherlands. Show Siegerswoudeon the map
KortehemmenKortehemmen (West Frisian: Koartehimmen) is a village in Smallingerland in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 190 in 2004. Show Kortehemmenon the map
EchtenerbrugEchtenerbrug (West Frisian: Ychtenbrêge) is a small village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It has a population of around 1200. Show Echtenerbrugon the map
HiaureHiaure (West Frisian: De Lytse Jouwer) is a small village in Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 90 in 2006. Show Hiaureon the map
EestergaEesterga (West Frisian: Jistergea) is a small village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 43 in 2004. Show Eestergaon the map
SnakkerburenSnakkerburen (West Frisian: Snakkerbuorren) is a village in Leeuwarden in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 220 in 2004. Show Snakkerburenon the map
StiensStiens is the largest town within the municipality of Leeuwarderadeel, with a population of about 7,800. The town hall of the municipality is located in Stiens. Show Stienson the map
KolderwoldeKolderwolde (West Frisian: Kolderwâlde) is a village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 70 in 2004. Show Kolderwoldeon the map
TytsjerkTytsjerk (Dutch: Tietjerk ) is a village in Tytsjerksteradiel in the province of Friesland in the Netherlands. It had a population of 1539 on December 31, 2007. Show Tytsjerkon the map
OlterterpOlterterp (West Frisian: Olterterp) is a village consisting of about 90 inhabitants in the municipality of Opsterland in the east of Friesland, the Netherlands. Show Olterterpon the map
TjerkgaastTjerkgaast (West Frisian: Tsjerkgaast) is a village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 190 in 2004. Show Tjerkgaaston the map
BerltsumBerlikum (West Frisian: Berltsum) is a small village in Menaldumadeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 2350 in 2004. Show Berltsumon the map
FollegaFollega (West Frisian: Follegea) is a small village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 200 in 2004. Show Follegaon the map
GoëngaGoënga (West Frisian: Goaiïngea) is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 258 in 2006. Show Goëngaon the map
BartlehiemBartlehiem is a hamlet, located partially in Ferwerderadiel, partially in Tytsjerksteradiel, and partially in Leeuwarderadeel and has around 70 citizens (2006). Show Bartlehiemon the map
SmallebruggeSmallebrugge (West Frisian: Smelbrêge) is a village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 12 in 2007. Show Smallebruggeon the map
OudegaOudega (West Frisian: Aldegea) is a small village in Gaasterlân-Sleat in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 270 in 2004. Show Oudegaon the map
RottevalleRottevalle (West Frisian: Rottefalle) is a village in Smallingerland in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1320 in 2004. Show Rottevalleon the map
Ter IdzardTer Idzard (West Frisian: Teridzert) is a village in Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 321 in 2008. Show Ter Idzardon the map
LuxwoudeLuxwoude (West Frisian: Lúkswâld) is a village consisting of about 290 inhabitants in the municipality of Opsterland in the east of Friesland, the Netherlands. Show Luxwoudeon the map
OldetrijneOldetrijne (West Frisian: Aldetrine) is a village in Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 221 in 2008. Show Oldetrijneon the map
LutkewierumLytsewierrum (Dutch: Lutkewierum) is a small village in Littenseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 60 in 2004. Show Lutkewierumon the map
IndijkIndijk (West Frisian: Yndyk) is a village in the northern Netherlands. It is located in Súdwest-Fryslân, Friesland and had a population of around 136 in 2006. Show Indijkon the map
GaastmeerGaastmeer (West Frisian: De Gaastmar) is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of 287 in 2006. Show Gaastmeeron the map
SibrandabuorrenSibrandabuorren (Dutch: Sijbrandaburen) is a village in Boarnsterhim in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 360 in 2004. Show Sibrandabuorrenon the map
OldelamerOldelamer (West Frisian: Aldlemmer) is a village in Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 223 in 2008. Show Oldelameron the map
ZandhuizenZandhuizen (West Frisian: Sânhuzen) is a village in Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 339 in 2008. Show Zandhuizenon the map
BroekBroek (West Frisian: De Broek) is a small village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 130 in 2004. Show Broekon the map
BornwirdBornwird (West Frisian: Boarnwert) is a small village in Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 130 in 2004. Show Bornwirdon the map
NijelamerNijelamer (West Frisian: Nijlemmer) is a village in Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 160 in 2008. Show Nijelameron the map
DedgumDedgum (West Frisian: Dedzjum) is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 90 in 2004. Show Dedgumon the map
HemrikHemrik (West Frisian: De Himrik) is a village in the municipality of Opsterland in the east of Friesland, the Netherlands. It has a population of around 740. Show Hemrikon the map
IngelumEngelum (West Frisian: Ingelum) is a small village in Menaldumadeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 410 in 2004. Show Ingelumon the map
OosterzeeOosterzee (West Frisian: Eastersee) is a village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 460 in 2004. Show Oosterzeeon the map
PoppenwierPoppenwier (Dutch: Poppingawier) is a village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. In 2004 the population was approximately 184. Show Poppenwieron the map
OldeouwerOldeouwer (West Frisian: Alde Ouwer) is a village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 80 in 2004. Show Oldeouweron the map
IJpecolsgaYpecolsga (West Frisian: Ypekolsgea) is a village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 63 in 2006. Show IJpecolsgaon the map
SnikzwaagSnikzwaag (West Frisian: Sniksweach) is a village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 60 in 2004. Show Snikzwaagon the map
EchtenEchten (West Frisian: Ychten) is a small village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 620 in 2004. the whole thing caused Show Echtenon the map
GytsjerkGytsjerk (Dutch: Giekerk) is a small village in Tytsjerksteradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 2290 in 2008. Show Gytsjerkon the map
GerslootGersloot (West Frisian: Gersleat) is a small village in Heerenveen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 292 in 2006. Show Gerslooton the map
SchettensSchettens (West Frisian: Skettens) is a village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 210 in 2004. Show Schettenson the map
Smalle EeSmalle Ee (West Frisian: Smelle Ie) is a village in Smallingerland in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 50 in 2004. Show Smalle Eeon the map
SandfirdenSandfirden (West Frisian: Sânfurd) is a village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 19 in 2006. Show Sandfirdenon the map
SurhuizumSurhuizum (West Frisian: Surhuzum) is a village in Achtkarspelen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1350 in 2006. Show Surhuizumon the map
BritswerdBritswert (Dutch: Britswerd) is a small village in Littenseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 120 in 2004. Show Britswerdon the map
Nij AltoenaeNij Altoenae (West Frisian: Nij Altena) is a village in Het Bildt in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 280 in 2004. Show Nij Altoenaeon the map
BoijlBoijl (West Frisian: Boyl) is a small village in Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 900 in 2008. Show Boijlon the map
VinkegaVinkega (West Frisian: Finkegea) is a village in Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 216 in 2008. Show Vinkegaon the map
SonnegaSonnega (West Frisian: Sonnegea) is a village in Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 235 in 2008. Show Sonnegaon the map
HitzumHitzum (West Frisian: Hitsum) is a small village in Franekeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 236 in 2003. Show Hitzumon the map
VeenkloosterVeenklooster (West Frisian: Feankleaster) is a village in Kollumerland c.a. in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands, with a population of around 100. Show Veenkloosteron the map
TjalhuizumTjalhuizum (West Frisian: Tsjalhuzum) is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province Friesland of the Netherlands and has around 30 citizens (2004). Show Tjalhuizumon the map
NieuwehorneNieuwehorne (West Frisian: Nijhoarne) is a village in Heerenveen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1472 in 2006. Show Nieuwehorneon the map
SchraardSchraard (West Frisian: Skraard) is a village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 180 in 2004. Show Schraardon the map
NieuweschootNieuweschoot (West Frisian: Nijskoat) is a village in Heerenveen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 145 in 2006. Show Nieuweschooton the map
RinsumageastRinsumageast (Dutch: Rinsumageest) is a village in the Dantumadiel municipality of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1139 in 2014. Show Rinsumageaston the map
BurdaardBurdaard (Dutch: Birdaard) is a small village in Ferwerderadiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1158 in 2014. Show Burdaardon the map
NijhuizumNijhuizum (West Frisian: Nijhuzum) is a hamlet in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands with a population of around 40 as of 2004. Show Nijhuizumon the map
HempensHempens (West Frisian: Himpens) is a small village in Leeuwarden in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 175 in 2005. Show Hempenson the map
OudegaOudega (West Frisian: Aldegea ) is a village in Smallingerland in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1690 in 2004. Show Oudegaon the map
OudehorneOudehorne (West Frisian: Aldehoarne) is a village in Heerenveen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 865 in 2006. Show Oudehorneon the map
OosthemOosthem (West Frisian: Easthim) is a village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 459 in 2006. Show Oosthemon the map
OudeschootOudeschoot (West Frisian: Aldskoat) is a village in Heerenveen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1484 in 2006. Show Oudeschooton the map
ArumArum is a small village in the Dutch province of Friesland. It is located in the municipality Wûnseradiel, about 5 km southeast of the city of Harlingen. Show Arumon the map
MinnertsgaMinnertsga (West Frisian: Minnertsgea) is a small village in Het Bildt in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It has a population of around 1850. Show Minnertsgaon the map
TjalleberdTjalleberd (West Frisian: Tsjalbert) is a village in Heerenveen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 737 in 2006. Show Tjalleberdon the map
LegemeerLegemeer (West Frisian: Legemar) is a village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 50 in 2004. Show Legemeeron the map
NieuwebrugNieuwebrug (West Frisian: Nijbrêge) is a village in Heerenveen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 150 in 2004. Show Nieuwebrugon the map
GauwGauw (West Frisian: Gau) is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 366 in 2006. Show Gauwon the map
GarypGaryp (Dutch: Garijp) is a small village in Tytsjerksteradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1900 in 2004. Show Garypon the map
FerwertFerwert (Dutch: Ferwerd) is a small village in Ferwerderadiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1823 in 2014. Show Ferwerton the map
LioessensLioessens (West Frisian: Ljussens) is a village in Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 387 in 2007. Show Lioessenson the map
SibrandahûsSibrandahûs (Dutch: Sijbrandahuis) is a village in the Dantumadiel municipality of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 45 in 2014. Show Sibrandahûson the map
KoufurderrigeKoufurderrige is a village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had approximately 80 citizens at a census taken in 2004. Show Koufurderrigeon the map
HilaardHilaard (Dutch: Hijlaard) is a small village in Littenseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 323 in 2004. Show Hilaardon the map
HennaardHinnaard (Dutch: Hennaard) is a small village in Littenseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 60 in 2004. Show Hennaardon the map
DongjumDongjum (West Frisian: Doanjum) is a small village in Franekeradeel in the province Friesland of the Netherlands and has around the 300 citizens (2004). Show Dongjumon the map
DonkerbroekDonkerbroek is a village in the municipality of Ooststellingwerf in the east of De Stellingwerven, the Netherlands. It has a population of around 1870. Show Donkerbroekon the map
HerbaijumHerbaijum (West Frisian: Hjerbeam) is a small village in Franekeradeel in the province Friesland of the Netherlands and has around 258 citizens (2009). Show Herbaijumon the map
WijtgaardWijtgaard (West Frisian: Wytgaard) is a village in Leeuwarden in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 626 in 2005. Show Wijtgaardon the map
DijkenDijken (West Frisian: Diken) is a small village in Skarsterlân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 70 in 2004. Show Dijkenon the map
OentsjerkOentsjerk (Dutch: Oenkerk) is a village in Tytsjerksteradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1758 in 2008. Show Oentsjerkon the map
LoëngaLoënga (West Frisian: Loaiïngea) is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. it has a population of around 70. Show Loëngaon the map
WijckelWijckel (West Frisian: Wikel) is a village in De Fryske Marren in the province of Fryslan, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 700 in 2008. Show Wijckelon the map
FeanwâldenFeanwâlden (Dutch: Veenwouden) is a village in the Dantumadiel municipality of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 3521 in 2014. Show Feanwâldenon the map
RohelRohel (West Frisian: Reahel) is a village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 230 in 2004. Show Rohelon the map
NijehaskeNijehaske is a village in De Friese Meren, west of Heerenveen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 50 in 2004. Show Nijehaskeon the map
NijegaNijega (West Frisian: Nyegea) is a village in Smallingerland in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 493 in 2010. Show Nijegaon the map
OudwoudeOudwoude (West Frisian: Aldwâld ) is a village in Kollumerland c.a. in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It has a population of around 850. Show Oudwoudeon the map
OostrumOostrum (West Frisian: Eastrum) is a village in Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 200 in 2006. Show Oostrumon the map
YsbrechtumYsbrechtum (West Frisian: Ysbrechtum; Dutch: IJsbrechtum) is a village (about 700 inhabitants) 1 km from the city of Sneek in Friesland, Netherlands. Show Ysbrechtumon the map
OosterendEasterein (Dutch: Oosterend ) is a small village in Littenseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It has a population of around 1000. Show Oosterendon the map
TirnsTirns (West Frisian: Turns) is a village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 182 in 2006. Show Tirnson the map
MirnsMirns (West Frisian: Murns) is a village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 120 in 2004. Show Mirnson the map
MûneinMûnein (Dutch: Molenend) is a small village in Tytsjerksteradiel in the province Friesland of the Netherlands and has around the 700 citizens (2008). Show Mûneinon the map
ZweinsZweins (West Frisian: Sweins) is a village in Franekeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 110 in 2004. Show Zweinson the map
IdzegaIdzega (West Frisian: Idzegea) is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province Friesland of the Netherlands and has around 30 citizens (2008). Show Idzegaon the map
KornwerderzandKornwerderzand (Frisian: Koarnwertersân) is a settlement on the Afsluitdijk, a major dam in the Netherlands that links Friesland with North Holland. Show Kornwerderzandon the map
StavorenStavoren, ['staːvərə(n)] previously Staveren (West Frisian: Starum) is a small town on the coast of the IJsselmeer, about 5 km south of Hindeloopen. Show Stavorenon the map
SuwâldSuwâld (Dutch: Suawoude) is a village in Tytsjerksteradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 651 in 2008. The name came from \"suderwâld\". The village has a solar powered ferry for transporting pedestrians and bicycles called Schalkediep. It travels on the Prinses Margrietkanaal from Garyp. There is no other public transport to the village. Show Suwâldon the map
BlijaBlije (Dutch: Blija) is a small village in Ferwerderadiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 839 in 2014. Show Blijaon the map
GenumGinnum (Dutch: Genum) is a small village in Ferwerderadiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 89 in 2014. Show Genumon the map
WirdumWirdum (West Frisian: Wurdum) is a village in Leeuwarden in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1236 in 2005. St-Martin's village church had been a tufa building in the 12th century. In the 13th century the nave was enlarged and is a brick buildung since then. In the 14th century a tower was added on the south side. The nave was alterated in Baroque style, the tower in the 19th century. Show Wirdumon the map
WieuwerdWiuwert (Dutch: Wieuwerd ) is a village in Littenseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 620 in 2004. Show Wieuwerdon the map
IdaerdIdaerd (Dutch: Idaard) is a small village in Boarnsterhim in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 100 in 2007. Show Idaerdon the map
WjelsrypWjelsryp (Dutch: Welsrijp) is a village in Littenseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 501 in 2004. Show Wjelsrypon the map
OosterendOosterend (West Frisian: Aasterein) is a village on Terschelling in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It has a population of around 120. Show Oosterendon the map
PiaamPiaam is a village in the municipality of Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 50 in 2004. Show Piaamon the map
TersoalTersoal (Dutch: Terzool) is a village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 300 in 2004. Show Tersoalon the map
WaaxensWaaksens (Dutch: Waaxens ) is a village in Littenseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 77 in 2004. Show Waaxenson the map
HeegHeeg (West Frisian: Heech) is a small village in Súdwest Fryslân in the province Friesland of the Netherlands and has around 2550 citizens (2007). Show Heegon the map
RoodhuisReahûs (Dutch: Roodhuis) is a village in Littenseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 180 in 2004. Show Roodhuison the map
TeernsTeerns (West Frisian: Tearns) is a village in Leeuwarden in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 17 in 2005. Show Teernson the map
DearsumDearsum (Dutch: Deersum) is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. it has a population of around 140. Show Dearsumon the map
RiedRied (West Frisian: Rie) is a village in Franekeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 400 in 2004. Show Riedon the map
OffingawierOffingawier (West Frisian: Offenwier) is a village near Sneek in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It has a population of around 170. Show Offingawieron the map
DriezumDriezum (Dutch: Driesum) is a village in the Dantumadiel municipality of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 974 in 2014. Show Driezumon the map
JirnsumJirnsum (Dutch: Irnsum) is a village in Boarnsterhim in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 1287 in 2007. Show Jirnsumon the map
KatlijkKatlijk (Frisian: Ketlik) is a village in Heerenveen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 635 in 2006. Show Katlijkon the map
TernaardTernaard is a village in the municipality Dongeradeel located in the northeast of the province of Friesland between Dokkum and the Wadden Sea. Show Ternaardon the map
It HeidenskipIt Heidenskip is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 375 in 2002. Show It Heidenskipon the map
RaerdRaerd (Dutch: Rauwerd) is a village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 614 in 2007. Show Raerdon the map
JannumJannum (Dutch: Janum) is a village in Ferwerderadiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 63 in 2014. Show Jannumon the map
TwijzelTwijzel (West Frisian: Twizel) is a village in Achtkarspelen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands, with a population of around 1100. Show Twijzelon the map
WaaxensWaaxens (West Frisian: Waaksens) is a village in Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands, with a population of around 35. Show Waaxenson the map
HoornHoorn (West Frisian: Hoarn) is a village on Terschelling in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It has a population of around 460. Show Hoornon the map
De FalomDe Falom (Dutch: De Valom) is a village in the Dantumadiel municipality of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of 265 in 2014. Show De Falomon the map
AldeboarnAldeboarn (Dutch: Oldeboorn) is a village in Heerenveen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It has a population of around 1480. Show Aldeboarnon the map
FriensFriens is a small village in the municipality Leeuwarden in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It has a population of around 90. Show Frienson the map
SlappeterpSlappeterp is a small village in Menaldumadeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 80 in 2004. Show Slappeterpon the map
WommelsWommels is a small village in Littenseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 2014 in 2005. Show Wommelson the map
HarichHarich is a small village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 210 in 2004. Show Harichon the map
De TikeDe Tike is a small village in Smallingerland in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 350 in 2004. Show De Tikeon the map
HieslumHieslum is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 70 in 2004. Show Hieslumon the map
HidaardHidaard is a small village in Littenseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 110 in 2004. Show Hidaardon the map
HichtumHichtum is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 70 in 2004. Show Hichtumon the map
RotsterhauleRotsterhaule is a village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 400 in 2004. Show Rotsterhauleon the map
HijumHijum is a small village in Leeuwarderadeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 390 in 2004. Show Hijumon the map
GaastGaast is a small village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 214 in 2004. Show Gaaston the map
JellumJellum is a small village in Littenseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 141 in 1974. Show Jellumon the map
FoudgumFoudgum is a small village in Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 80 as of 2004. Show Foudgumon the map
ItensItens is a small village in Littenseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 240 in 2004. Show Itenson the map
DronrypDronrijp (West Frisian: Dronryp) is a town in the Dutch municipality of Menaldumadeel. On January 1, 2008, it had 3,405 inhabitants. Show Dronrypon the map
BlessumBlessum is a small village in Menaldumadeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 97 in 2005. Show Blessumon the map
BrantgumBrantgum is a small village in Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 220 in 2004. Show Brantgumon the map
DeinumDeinum is a small village in Menaldumadeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 970 in 2004. Show Deinumon the map
BontebokBontebok is a small village in Heerenveen in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 445 in 2006. Show Bontebokon the map
WesthoekWesthoek is a village in Het Bildt in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of approximately 280 in 2006. Show Westhoekon the map
WierWier is a small village in Menaldumadeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 210 in 2004. Show Wieron the map
TerkapleTerkaple is a village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 220 in 2004. Show Terkapleon the map
RotstergaastRotstergaast is a village in Skarsterlân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 200 in 2004. Show Rotstergaaston the map
BoerBoer is a small village in Franekeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 55 in 2003. Show Boeron the map
LichtaardLichtaard is a village in Ferwerderadiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 84 in 2014. Show Lichtaardon the map
SpannumSpannum is a village in Littenseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 240 in 2004. Show Spannumon the map
SondelSondel is a village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 400 in 2006. Show Sondelon the map
JelsumJelsum is a village in Leeuwarderadeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 230 in 2004. Show Jelsumon the map
TeroeleTeroele is a village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 20 in 2004. Show Teroeleon the map
WolsumWolsum is a village in Súdwest-Fryslân in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 145 in 2006. Show Wolsumon the map
RottumRottum is a village in De Friese Meren in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 700 in 2004. Show Rottumon the map
ReitsumReitsum is a village in Ferwerderadiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 152 in 2014. Show Reitsumon the map
Warns Show Warnson the map
WarstiensWarstiens is a village in Leeuwarden in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 43 in 2004. Show Warstienson the map
RienRien is a village in Littenseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 140 in 2004. Show Rienon the map
PeinsPeins is a village in Franekeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 270 in 2006. Show Peinson the map
AnjumAnjum (West Frisian: Eanjum) is a village in the Dutch province of Friesland. It is located in the municipality Dongeradeel. Show Anjumon the map
SwichumSwichum is a village in Leeuwarden in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 60 in 2005. Show Swichumon the map
RaardRaard is a village in Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 220 in 2000. Show Raardon the map
WeidumWeidum is a village in Littenseradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of 604 in 2013. Show Weidumon the map
ModdergatModdergat is a village in Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It has a population of around 230. Show Moddergaton the map
MantgumMantgum is a small village in Littenseradiel in the province Friesland of the Netherlands and has around 1150 citizens. Show Mantgumon the map
BurenBuren is the easternmost village on the island of Ameland, one of the West Frisian Islands and part of the Netherlands. Show Burenon the map
SumarreheideSumarreheide (Dutch: Suameerderheide) is a hamlet in Tytsjerksteradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. Show Sumarreheideon the map
WesternijkerkWesternijtsjerk (Dutch: Westernijkerk) is a village in Ferwerderadiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. Show Westernijkerkon the map
LiesLies is a village on Terschelling in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It has a population of around 165. Show Lieson the map
Lytse GeastDe Lytse Geast (Dutch: Kleinegeest) is a hamlet in Tytsjerksteradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. Show Lytse Geaston the map
NesNes is a village in Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands, with a population of around 450. Show Neson the map
It HeechsânIt Heechsân (Dutch: Hoogzand ) is a hamlet in Tytsjerksteradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. Show It Heechsânon the map
It WytfeanIt Wytfean (Dutch: Witveen) is a hamlet in Tytsjerksteradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. Show It Wytfeanon the map
BetterwirdBetterwird is a populated place in the municipality of Dongeradeel in Friesland, the Netherlands. Show Betterwirdon the map
IniaheideIniaheide is a hamlet in Tytsjerksteradiel in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. Show Iniaheideon the map
SpangaSpanga (West Frisian: Spangea) is a village in Weststellingwerf in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands. It had a population of around 215 in 2008. Show Spangaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Friesland
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Gemeente SchiermonnikoogSchiermonnikoog (13px listen); West Frisian: Skiermûntseach) is an island, a municipality, and a national park in the northern Netherlands. Schiermonnikoog is one of the West Frisian Islands, and is part of the province of Friesland. It is situated between the islands of Ameland and Rottumerplaat.Show on map
Gemeente Het Bildthet Bildt () is a municipality in the province of Friesland in the northern Netherlands; its capital is Sint Annaparochie. The population was 10,657 in 2014. Het Bildt has 15.4 km (9.6 mi) of coastline. Its soil is very fertile and agriculture is a major part of its economy; crops grown include onions, potatoes, and a variety of fruits (mainly apples). The name Het Bildt is formed out of the word \"opbilden\" which means the silting up of land.Show on map
Gemeente TerschellingTerschelling (Dutch pronunciation: [tɛrˈsxɛlɪŋ] (13px listen); West Frisian: Skylge; Terschelling dialect: Schylge) is a municipality and an island in the northern Netherlands, one of the West Frisian Islands. It is situated between the islands of Vlieland and Ameland. The main source of income on Terschelling is tourism. There is some agriculture, but a large part of the island has become a nature reserve. Terschelling is well known for the yearly Oerol Festival during which theatre performances are played throughout the island, making use of its landscape and nature.Show on map
Provincie FrieslandFriesland (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈfrislɑnt] (13px listen); official, West Frisian: Fryslân [ˈfrislɔ̃ːn] (13px listen)) or Frisia is a province in the northwest of the Netherlands. It is situated west of Groningen, northwest of Drenthe and Overijssel, north of Flevoland, northeast of North Holland, and south of the North Sea. In 2010, the province had a population of 646,000 and a total area of 5,749 km2 (2,220 sq mi). The area of the province was once part of the ancient, larger region of Frisia. The official languages of Friesland are West Lauwers Frisian and Dutch.Show on map
Gemeente TytsjerksteradielTytsjerksteradiel (Dutch: Tietjerksteradeel) is a municipality in the province of Friesland in the Netherlands. It is named after the town of Tytsjerk, whose name is derived from a person named Tiete. Tiete was a daughter of Tryn, after whom the region (Trynwâlden) is named. The other villages in Trynwâlden are also named after Tryn's children: Oentsjerk (Oene), Gytsjerk (Giete), Readtsjerk (Reade), Aldtsjerk (Âlde), Ryptsjerk (Rype). A statue of Tryn and her children is placed in Oentsjerk next to the mainroad (Rengerswei). Tsjerk is the West Frisian word for Church. Until 1989 the official name of the municipality was Tietjerksteradeel (), the Dutch name; the current official name is West Frisian. The largest village in the municipality is Burgum.Show on map
Gemeente SkarsterlânSkarsterlân (Dutch: Scharsterland ) is a former municipality in the province of Friesland in the Netherlands. The municipality was created 1 January 1984 by merging the municipalities of Doniawerstal and Haskerland, the part of Utingeradeel consisting of the villages Akmarijp and Terkaple and the village Nieuwebrug that used to belong to Heerenveen. City hall was located in Joure. On 1 January 2014 it merged with the municipalities of Lemsterland and Gaasterlân-Sleat to form the new municipality De Friese Meren.Show on map
Gemeente VlielandVlieland (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈvlilɑnt] (13px listen); West Frisian: Flylân) is a municipality and island in the northern Netherlands. The municipality of Vlieland has only one major town: Oost-Vlieland (West Frisian: East-Flylân). It is the second-least densely populated municipality in the Netherlands (after Schiermonnikoog).Show on map
De Friese MerenDe Fryske Marren is a municipality of Friesland in the northern Netherlands. It was established 1 January 2014 and consists of the former municipalities of Gaasterlân-Sleat, Lemsterland, Skarsterlân and parts of Boarnsterhim, all four of which were dissolved on the same day. The municipality is located in the province of Friesland, in the north of the Netherlands, and has a population of 51,229 and a combined area of 559.93 km2 (216.19 sq mi).Show on map
Gemeente BoarnsterhimBoarnsterhim (; Dutch: Boornsterhem (13px listen)) was a municipality in the northern Netherlands. On 1 January 2014, the municipality was dissolved and its territory was split between four other municipalities: De Friese Meren, which was established that day, Leeuwarden, Heerenveen and Súdwest-Fryslân.Show on map
Gemeente WeststellingwerfWeststellingwerf (, Stellingwarfs: Weststellingwarf / is a municipality in the province of Friesland in the northern Netherlands.It is one of the municipalities of Friesland, where the spoken language is not West Frisian; instead, Stellingwerfs, a dialect of Dutch Low Saxon, is spoken here.Show on map
Gemeente Gaasterlân-SleatGaasterlân-Sleat is a former municipality in the northern Netherlands. Its official name is in West Frisian. The name in Dutch is Gaasterland-Sloten (). In 2014 it merged with the municipalities of Lemsterland and Skarsterlân to form the new municipality De Friese Meren.Show on map
Gemeente HarlingenShow on map
Gemeente Kollumerland en NieuwkruislandKollumerland en Nieuwkruisland (, officially abbreviated as Kollumerland c.a. (\"c.a.\" means cum annexis, \"with annex\"), West Frisian: Kollumerlân, Gronings: Kölmerlaand) is a municipality in the northern Netherlands, in the province of Friesland.Show on map
Gemeente OoststellingwerfOoststellingwerf (13px listen) is a municipality in the province of Friesland in the northern Netherlands.It is one of the municipalities of Friesland where the spoken language is not West Frisian; instead, Stellingwerfs, a dialect of Dutch Low Saxon, is spoken here.Show on map
Gemeente FranekeradeelFranekeradeel (Dutch pronunciation: (13px listen); West Frisian: Frentsjerteradiel) is a municipality in the northern Netherlands. It was created in 1984 by combining an earlier Franekeradeel municipality with the city of Franeker and parts of the former municipality of Barradeel.Show on map
Gemeente DantumadielDantumadiel (West Frisian, official since January 1, 2009, Dutch: Dantumadeel ()) is a municipality in the province of Friesland (Fryslân) in the Netherlands. Dantumadiel is a rural municipality characterized by agriculture.Show on map
Gemeente LemsterlandLemsterland (, West Frisian: Lemsterlân) is a former municipality in the northern Netherlands. In 2014 it merged with the municipalities of Skarsterlân and Gaasterlân-Sleat to form the new municipality De Friese Meren.Show on map
Sûdwest FryslânSúdwest-Fryslân (West Frisian pronunciation: [ˈsydʋɛst ˈfrislɔ̃ːn]) is a municipality in the northern Netherlands, in the province of Friesland. Sneek is the municipal seat. Súdwest-Fryslân is the largest municipality by area in the Netherlands.Show on map
Gemeente LeeuwardenLeeuwarden (Dutch pronunciation: (13px listen), Frisian: Ljouwert [ˈʎɔːw(ə)t], Stadsfries: Liwwadden) is a city and municipality with a population of 108,249 in Friesland in the Netherlands. It is the provincial capital and seat of the States of Friesland. One important cultural and historical event that takes place in Leeuwarden is the Elfstedentocht. The Elfstedentocht is an ice skating tour that goes through eleven cities in Friesland which starts and finishes in Leeuwarden.Show on map
Gemeente FerwerderadielFerwerderadiel () is a municipality of Friesland in the northern Netherlands. Its official name is West Frisian. The Dutch name is Ferwerderadeel.Show on map
Gemeente HeerenveenHeerenveen (Dutch pronunciation: (13px listen), West Frisian: It Hearrenfean [ət ˌjɛrn̩ˈfɪən] (13px listen)) is a town and municipality in the province of Friesland (Fryslan), in the north of the Netherlands.Show on map
Gemeente LeeuwarderadeelLeeuwarderadeel (, West Frisian: Ljouwerteradiel) is a municipality in the northern Netherlands. Its capital is Stiens.Show on map
Gemeente SmallingerlandSmallingerland (, West Frisian: Smellingerlân) is a municipality in the province of Friesland in the Netherlands.Show on map
Gemeente LittenseradielLittenseradiel () is a municipality in the northern Netherlands. In Dutch it is known as Littenseradeel.Show on map
Gemeente DongeradeelDongeradeel (, West Frisian: Dongeradiel) is a municipality in the northern Netherlands.Show on map
Gemeente OpsterlandOpsterland (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɔpstərlɑnt] (13px listen); West Frisian: Opsterlân) is a municipality in the province of Friesland in the Netherlands.Show on map
MenameradielMenameradiel () (Dutch: Menaldumadeel) is a municipality in Friesland, the Netherlands.Show on map
Gemeente AchtkarspelenAchtkarspelen (Dutch pronunciation: (13px listen)) is a municipality in Friesland in the northern Netherlands.Show on map
Different buildings in Friesland
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OldehoveDe Oldehove is an unfinished church tower in the medieval centre of the Dutch city of Leeuwarden. It leans more than the tower of Pisa in Italy. Oldehove is also the name of an artificial mound (\"terp\" in Dutch) (\"wert\" or \"wierd\" in Frisian) on which in the late 9th century a (Catholic) church dedicated to Saint Vitus was built. Construction of the adjoining Late Gothic tower began in 1529, after the citizens of Leeuwarden demanded a tower taller than the one in the city of Groningen, the Martinitoren. In charge were Jacob van Aken (or Aaken) and, after his death, Cornelis Frederiksz.Show on map
Ameland AirportAmeland Airport (Dutch: Vliegveld Ameland) (ICAO: EHAL), also known as Ameland Airport Ballum, is a small general aviation airport located near the town of Ballum on the western part of the island of Ameland, one of the West Frisian Islands in the Netherlands. It is located in the province of Friesland and is the northernmost airport in the country. About 5,500 airplane movements (takeoff or landing) are made at the airport a year.Show on map
Station IJlstIJlst is a railway station serving IJlst, Netherlands. It is located on the railway between Sneek and Stavoren and the current station was opened on 2 June 1985. Owned by Nederlandse Spoorwegen, the train services are operated by Arriva.Show on map
IJsselmeer DamThe Afsluitdijk (Dutch pronunciation: Frisian: Ofslútdyk; English: Closure Dike) is a major causeway in the Netherlands, constructed between 1927 and 1932 and running from Den Oever on Wieringen in North Holland province, to the village of Zurich in Friesland province, over a length of 32 kilometres (20 mi) and a width of 90 metres (300 ft), at an initial height of 7.25 metres (23.8 ft) above sea-level.Show on map
Leeuwarden Air BaseLeeuwarden Air Base (Dutch: Vliegbasis Leeuwarden) is a military airbase used by the Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) - Dutch: Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu), (IATA: LWR, ICAO: EHLW). The airbase is one of the two F-16 Fighting Falcon bases of the RNLAF. The airbase lies northwest of the capital of Friesland, Leeuwarden.Show on map
Station LeeuwardenLeeuwarden is the main railway station in Leeuwarden, Netherlands. The station opened on 27 October 1863 and is on the Arnhem–Leeuwarden railway, the railway and the railway. Leeuwarden was also the terminus of the North Friesland Railway which served Anjum and Harlingen via Stiens. The station has 6 platforms and behind the station is a stabling point for many trains. The train services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen and Arriva. The station has 5 terminating platforms and 1 through platform.Show on map
PrincessehofPrincessehof Ceramics Museum (in Dutch: Keramiekmuseum Princessehof) is a city museum of ceramics in Leeuwarden, The Netherlands. The museum's name comes from one of two buildings in which it is housed: a small palace built in 1693 and later occupied by Marie Louise, dowager Princess of Orange. The other annexed building is the Papinga stins, a former stronghold from the 15th century. The museum is of interest for its buildings, but also for its collection of tiles, pottery, and ceramic sculpture.Show on map
VuurduinVuurduin is a lighthouse on the Dutch island Vlieland. The tower is the top part of the former front light of the leading lights in IJmuiden, designed by Quirinus Harder. The lighthouse was placed on Vlieland in 1909, on top of one of the Voorboetsduin, one of the highest sand dunes (at 45 metres) in the Netherlands. A lookout tower was built next to the lighthouse in 1929. In 1986, the cupola was renovated. While a lighthouse keeper still attends, the lighthouse is fully automated.Show on map
MonnikenburenmolenThe Monnikenburenmolen or Nijhuizumermolen is a drainage mill in Nijhuizum, Friesland, Netherlands. It was restored in 2008 after it was only just saved from demolishment in 1994. It is a hollow post windmill of a type called \"spinnenkop\" by the Dutch. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 527646. It can help drain the polder and has been designated as a backup to the pumping station by the waterboard Wetterskip Fryslân.Show on map
Station ZwaagwesteindeDe Westereen is a railway station located in Zwaagwesteinde, Netherlands. The station was opened on 1 October 1885 and is located on the railway between Leeuwarden and Groningen. The train service is operated by Arriva. The station was known as Zwaagwesteinde until 13 December 2015 when it was renamed De Westereen. This is to reflect the Frisian name of the town, which was changed in 2009.Show on map
BrandarisThe Brandaris is a lighthouse on the Dutch Wadden Sea island Terschelling, in Friesland. The first Brandaris was built in 1323, but it was destroyed in 1570. The current tower was built in 1594 and is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 35032 and is rated with a very high historical value. It is also a Dutch rolling tobacco brand, classified as heavy, containing 12mg of tar and 1.3mg of nicotine per 750mg of tobacco.Show on map
GeeuwpoldermolenThe Geeuwpoldermolen (or Geau's Mole in Frisian) is a drainage mill near the twin village of Oppenhuizen, Friesland, Netherlands. It is a hollow post windmill of the type called spinnenkop by the Dutch. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 39810 and it is still in use for draining the Geeuwpolder. It was almost completely renewed at a restoration in 1987, earlier restorations were in 1954 and 1965.Show on map
Station VeenwoudenFeanwâlden is a railway station located in Veenwouden, Netherlands. The station was opened on 1 June 1866 and is located on the railway between Leeuwarden and Groningen. The train service is operated by Arriva. The station was known as Veenwouden until 13 December 2015 when it was renamed Feanwâlden. This is to reflect the Frisian name of the town, which was changed in 2009.Show on map
Station DronrijpDronryp is a railway station located in Dronrijp, Netherlands. The station was opened on 27 October 1863 and is located on the railway between Harlingen and Leeuwarden. The train services are operated by Arriva. The station was known as Dronrijp until 13 December 2015 when it was renamed Dronryp. This is to reflect the Frisian name of the town, which was changed in 2010.Show on map
Planetarium Eise EisingaThe Royal Eise Eisinga Planetarium (Dutch: Koninklijk Eise Eisinga Planetarium) is an 18th-century orrery in Franeker, Friesland, Netherlands. It is currently a museum and open to the public. The orrery has been on the top 100 Dutch heritage sites list since 1990 and in December 2011 was nominated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site candidate.It is the oldest working orrery in the world.Show on map
Station SneekSneek is a railway station in Sneek, Netherlands. The station opened on 16 June 1883 and is located on the railway. Until the line was finished in 1885, this station was the terminus. In 1921 a connection was made with the tramway running between Sneek and Bolsward, which stopped in 1968. The train services are operated by Arriva.Show on map
Station HurdegarypHurdegaryp (called Hardegarijp until 1999) is a railway station located in Hurdegaryp, Netherlands. The station was opened on 1 June 1866 and is located on the railway between Leeuwarden and Groningen. The train service is operated by Arriva. Until 30 May 1999 the station was called Hardegarijp, the Dutch name of the village.Show on map
Station HarlingenHarlingen is a railway station located in Harlingen, Netherlands. The station was opened on 27 October 1863 and is located on the railway. The services are operated by Arriva. 600m west of this station is Harlingen Haven, the terminus of the line. From Harlingen Haven there are ferry connections to Terschelling and Vlieland.Show on map
Cambuur StadionThe Cambuurstadion (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈkɑmbyːr ˌstaː.di.jɔn]) is a football stadium in the east side of the city of Leeuwarden, Netherlands. It is used for the home matches of Cambuur Leeuwarden. The stadium is able to hold 10,500 people and it opened on 12 September 1936. The club has proposed plans for a new stadium on the west side of the city, which will cost €35 million.Show on map
Station MantgumMantgum is a railway station in Mantgum, Netherlands. The station opened on 16 June 1883 and is located on the railway. The services are operated by Arriva. The station was closed between 15 May 1938 and 1 May 1940 and between 24 November 1940 and 3 June 1973. The station is 10 km from Leeuwarden and 12 km from Sneek.Show on map
Swarte PrinschDe Lytse Geast (English: The Little Ghost), De Swarte Prinsch (English: The Black Prince) or Ouddeelsmolen is a smock mill in Tytsjerk, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1900 and has been converted to a holiday cottage. Restored so that it can turn in the wind, it is listed as a Rijksmonument.Show on map
Leeuwarder CourantThe Leeuwarder Courant is the oldest daily newspaper in the Netherlands. Founded by Abraham Ferwerda, it first appeared in 1752. The Leeuwarder Courant was the first paper in the Dutch province Friesland and its capital Leeuwarden. It is considered a \"popular\" (as opposed to \"quality\") newspaper.Show on map
De EendrachtDe Eendracht (English: The Unity) is a smock mill in Kimswerd, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1872. The mill has been restored to working order. The mill is officially designated as being held in reserve for use in times of emergency. It is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 39358.Show on map
SweachmermolenDe Sweachmermolen is a smock mill between Langweer and Boornzwaag, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1782. The mill has two functions: it is a drainage mill and a corn mill. It has been restored to working order as a drainage mill and is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 13241.Show on map
De RentmeesterDe Rentmeester (English: The Steward) is a smock mill in Menaldum, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in Dronrijp in 1857 and moved to a new site at Menaldum in 1982, replacing a mill that had burnt down. The mill has been restored to working order. It is listed as a Rijksmonument.Show on map
WelgelegenWelgelegen (Dutch pronunciation: English: Hideaway) or Tjepkema's Molen (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈcɛpkəmaːs moːlə(n)], English: Tjepka's Mill) is a smock mill in Heerenveen, Friesland, Netherlands, which was built in 1849 and has been restored to working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, No. 21171.Show on map
SchierstinsThe Skierstins is a medieval Stienhús built c. 1300 out of brick in Feanwâlden. It is the only remaining Stienhús in Friesland and is listed as Rijksmonument, number 11700 and is rated with a very high historical value. The building is first mentioned in 1439 on a piece of parchment.Show on map
Station Koudum-MolkwerumKoudum-Molkwerum is a railway station located near Molkwerum and Koudum, Netherlands. The station was opened on 8 November 1885 and is on the Leeuwarden - Stavoren railway line. The train service is operated by Arriva. The station was closed between 15 May 1938 and 1 June 1940.Show on map
KoffiemolenKoffiemolen (English: Coffee Mill) or Formerumermolen (English: Mill of Formerum) is a smock mill in Formerum, on the island of Terschelling, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1876 and has been restored to working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 35076.Show on map
MellemolenMellemolen, formerly known as the Polslootpoldermolen (English: Polsloot Polder Mill) or Spookmolen (English: Ghost Mill) is a hollow post mill in Akkrum, Friesland, Netherlands which has been restored to working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 35937.Show on map
De VolhardingDe Volharding (English: The Perseverance) is a smock mill in Jislum, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1872. The mill has been restored to working order and designated as being held in reserve in times of emergency. It is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 15632.Show on map
De BirdDe Bird is a Hollow Post mill in Grou, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in the 18th century. The mill is also known as De Burd and Koopmans Molen. Although not in full working order, it can turn in the wind. It is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 22915.Show on map
DorismooltsjeDoris Mooltsje is a drainage mill near the village of Oudega, Friesland, Netherlands. It is a hollow post windmill of the type called spinnenkop by the Dutch. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 527647 and has been restored to working order in 1998.Show on map
Penninga's MolenPenninga's Molen (English: Penninga's Mill) or De Jonge Wester is a smock mill in Joure, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1900 and is working for trade. It is also used as a training mill. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 20842.Show on map
De MarssumermolenDe Marsummermolen English: The mill of Marssum is a smock mill in Marsum, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1903. The mill has been restored to working order and is used as a training mill. It is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 28624.Show on map
Station Leeuwarden CamminghaburenLeeuwarden Camminghaburen is a suburb railway station in Leeuwarden, Netherlands. The station opened on 2 June 1991 and is located on the railway between Leeuwarden and Groningen. The services are operated by Arriva.Show on map
De MarmeerminDe Mearmin, Marmearmin or Geestermermeermolen is a smock mill in Dokkum, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1968. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 467708. In 2014, the mill was dismantled pending restoration at a new site.Show on map
Station BuitenpostBuitenpost is a railway station located in Buitenpost, Netherlands. The station was opened on 1 June 1866 and is located on the railway between Leeuwarden and Groningen. The station is currently operated by Arriva.Show on map
TjongermolenDe Tjongermolen is a smock mill in Mildam, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1918, replacing a mill that had blown down and rebuilt on a new site in 1983. The mill has been restored to working order. It is listed as a Rijksmonument.Show on map
Station FranekerFraneker is a railway station located in Franeker, Netherlands. The station was opened on 27 October 1863 and is located on the railway between Harlingen and Leeuwarden. The train services are operated by Arriva.Show on map
KleilansmoleDe Kleilânsmole was a smock mill which formerly stood in Marrum, Friesland, Netherlands and which was built in 1865 and dismantled in 2010. The mill had been restored as a landmark. The mill was listed as a Rijksmonument, number 15597.Show on map
Station Grou-JirnsumGrou-Jirnsum is a railway station located between Grou and Jirnsum, Netherlands. The station was opened on 1 September 1868 and is located on the Arnhem–Leeuwarden railway. The train service is operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
FroskepôlemolenFroskepôlemolen is a smock mill in Leeuwarden, Friesland, Netherlands which dates from 1896 but was rebuilt on its present site in 1962. The mill has been restored to working order and is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 24507.Show on map
De HerstellerDe Hersteller (English: The Maintainer) is a smock mill in Sintjohannesga, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1857. The mill has been converted to residential use but can turn in the wind. It is listed as a Rijksmonument.Show on map
De PhenixDe Phenix English: The Phoenix is a smock mill in Marrum, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1917. The mill has been restored to working order and is used to train millers. It is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 15602.Show on map
MeerswalMeerswal is a smock mill in Lollum, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1903. The mill has been restored to working order and held is reserve for use in times of emergency. It is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 39364.Show on map
Station WorkumWorkum is a railway station serving Workum, Netherlands. The station was opened on 8 November 1885. It is located on the railway between Sneek and Stavoren. The train services are operated by Arriva.Show on map
BalkendsterpoldermolenDe is a smock mill in Oude Leije, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1844. The mill has been restored to working order and is designated as being held in reserve. It is listed as a Rijksmonument.Show on map
De Groene MolenDe Groene Molen (English: The Green Mill) is a hollow post mill in Joure, Friesland, Netherlands which was built c1800. The mill has been restored so that it can turn by wind. It is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 18208.Show on map
ZeldenrustZeldenrust is a smock mill in Dokkum, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1862 and has been restored to working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 13097. The name translates as, \"Seldom at rest.\"Show on map
BullemolenDe Bullemolen English: The Executioner's Mill is a smock mill in Lekkum, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1825. The mill has been restored to working order and is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 24505.Show on map
Station HindeloopenHindeloopen is a railway station near Hindeloopen, Netherlands. The station opened on 8 November 1885 and is on the railway between Sneek and Stavoren. The services are operated by Arriva.Show on map
De OudkerkermolenDe Oudkerkermolen, or Oudkerkemolen (English: Old Church Mill) is a smock mill in Aldtsjerk, Friesland, Netherlands which has been restored to working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 35674.Show on map
Station StavorenStavoren is a terminus railway station in Stavoren, Netherlands. The station opened on 8 November 1885 and is the southern terminus of the railway. The services are operated by Arriva.Show on map
De VlijtDe Vlijt (English: The Diligence) or Molen 't Op is a post mill in Koudum, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1986 and is working in working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 34081.Show on map
De Grote MolenDe Grote Molen (English: The Great Mill) is a smock mill in Marrum, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1845. The mill has been restored to working order. It is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 15637.Show on map
GenezarethThe Genezareth or Kloosterpoldermolen is a smock mill in Hallum, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1850 and has been restored to working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 15642.Show on map
De (Greate) KlaverDe Klaver (English: The Clover) or De Greate Klaver is a hollow post mill in Bolsward, Friesland, Netherlands which has been restored to working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 9860.Show on map
Station HeerenveenHeerenveen is the main railway station in Heerenveen, Netherlands. The station opened on 15 January 1868 and is on the Arnhem–Leeuwarden railway. The services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
Alde SwarteAlde Swarte Molen (English: Old Black Mill) is a Hollow Post mill in Easterlittens, Friesland, Netherlands which has been restored to working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 8531.Show on map
BabuurstermolenDe Babuurstermolen is a smock mill in Tjerkwerd, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1882 and has been restored to working order. Designated as being in reserve, it is listed as a Rijksmonument.Show on map
De OegekloostermolenDe Oegekloostermolen is a hollow post mill in Hartwerd, Friesland, Netherlands which was built before 1830. The mill has been restored to working order. It is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 39347.Show on map
De SchalsumermolenDe Schalsumermolen is a smock mill in Schalsum, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1801. The mill has been restored to working order. Used as a training mill, it is listed as a Rijksmonument.Show on map
De HoopDe Hoop (English: The Hope) is a smock mill in Dokkum, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1849 and has been restored to working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 13186.Show on map
WijnsermolenWijnsermolen (Frisian: Wynzermûne) is a smock mill in Wyns, Friesland, Netherlands which is currently (2011) being restored to working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 35691.Show on map
De Grote MolenDe Grote Molen (English: The Great Mill) is a smock mill in Broeksterwoude, Friesland, Netherlands which has been restored to working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 11679.Show on map
Steenhuizer MolenDe Steenhuistermolen is a smock mill in Stiens, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1880. The mill is in working order and designated as being in reserve. It is listed as a Rijksmonument.Show on map
HogebeintumermolenDe Hogebeintumermolen is a smock mill in Hogebeintum, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1860. The mill has been restored to working order. It is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 15629.Show on map
De BorgmolenDe Borgmolen is a smock mill in Grou, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 2008. Although not in full working order, it can turn in the wind. It is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 22916.Show on map
De ReigerDe Reiger (English: The Heron) is a smock mill in Nijetrijne, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1871. The mill has been converted into a holiday home. It is listed as a Rijksmonument.Show on map
HaensmolenDe Haensmolen is a Hollow Post mill in Grou, Friesland, Netherlands which was rebuilt in 2007 after it was demolished by a boat in 2004. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 22917.Show on map
Station WolvegaWolvega is a railway station in Wolvega, Netherlands. The station opened on 15 January 1868 and is on the Arnhem–Leeuwarden railway. The services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
De JansmolenDe Jansmolen or De Modden is a Hollow Post mill in Goëngahuizen, Friesland, Netherlands which has been restored as a landscape feature. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 34000.Show on map
De WestermolenDe Westermolen is a smock mill in Kollumerpomp, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1845. The mill has been restored to working order. It is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 23746.Show on map
Station Sneek NoordSneek Noord is a railway station in Sneek, Netherlands. The station opened on 3 June 1973 and is located on the railway. The train services are operated by Arriva.Show on map
De HoopDe Hoop (English: The Hope) is a smock mill in Holwerd, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in the 1730s and is working for trade. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 38709.Show on map
De HoopDe Hoop (English: The Hope) is a smock mill in Stiens, Friesland, Netherlands which was rebuilt in 1993 after the earlier mill burned down. It is operational and manned by volunteers.Show on map
HantumermolenDe Hantumermolen is a smock mill in Hantum, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1880. The mill has been restored to working order. It is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 38619.Show on map
De OlifantDe Olifant (English: The Elephant) is a smock mill in Burdaard, Friesland, Netherlands which has been restored to working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 35673.Show on map
EdensermolenDe Edensermolen is a smock mill in Iens, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1847. The mill has been restored to working order. It is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 21575.Show on map
MiedenmolenMiedenmolen is a smock mill in Holwerd, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1855. The mill has been restored to working order. It is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 38696.Show on map
HuinsermolenDe Huinsermolen is a smock mill in Húns, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1829. The mill has been restored to working order. It is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 8530.Show on map
De IkkersDe Akkers is a hollow post mill in Wartena, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1970 and has been restored so that it can turn in the wind. It is listed as a Rijksmonument.Show on map
TerpzigtTerpzigt is a drainage mill in Marssum, Friesland, Netherlands. It is the smallest spinnenkop, a type of hollow post windmill. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 8625.Show on map
TochmalandTochmaland is a smock mill in Kollum, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1893. The mill has been restored to working order. It is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 23743.Show on map
De EendrachtDe Eendracht (English: The Unity) is a smock mill in Anjum, Friesland, Netherlands which has been restored to working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 31556.Show on map
De MûntsDe Mûnts (English: The Monk) is a smock mill in Buitenpost, Friesland, Netherlands which has been restored to working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 7039.Show on map
Tadema’s molenLonjé Molen or Tadema's Molen is a smock mill in Bolsward, Friesland, Netherlands which has been restored to working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 9861.Show on map
SkarrenmolenDe Skarrenmolen is a smock mill in Scharsterbrug, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1888. The mill has been restored to working order. It is listed as a Rijksmonument.Show on map
De Modderige BolDe Modderige Bol is a Hollow Post mill in Goëngahuizen, Friesland, Netherlands which has been restored to working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 34001.Show on map
De Hiemerter MoleDe Heimerter Mole is a hollow post mill in Burgwerd, Friesland, Netherlands which has been restored to working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 39348.Show on map
HempenserpoldermolenDe is a smock mill in Wergea, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1863 and has been restored to working order. It is listed as a Rijksmonument.Show on map
De MarsDe Mars is a smock mill in De Blesse, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1997 on the base of an earlier mill. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 527616.Show on map
De ZwaluwDe Zwaluw (English: The Swallow) is a smock mill in Burdaard, Friesland, Netherlands which is working commercially. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 15585.Show on map
HeechhiemHeechheim is a Hollow Post mill in Goëngahuizen, Friesland, Netherlands which has been restored to working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 33999.Show on map
BroekmolenDe Broekmolen is a smock mill in Broeksterwoude, Friesland, Netherlands which has been restored to working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 11678.Show on map
KingmatilleKingmatille is a smock mill in Dronrijp, Friesland, Netherlands which was moved to its present location in 1985. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 28614.Show on map
YpeymolenYpey Mole is a smock mill in Ryptsjerk, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1911. The mill has been restored to working order. It is listed as a Rijksmonument.Show on map
de WeyertDe Weyert is a smock mill in Makkinga, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1925 and is in working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 31725.Show on map
CornwerdermolenThe Cornwerdermolen is a smock mill in Cornwerd, Friesland, Netherlands which has been restored to working order. The mill is listed as Rijksmonument number 39329.Show on map
Achlumer MolenDe Achlumer Molen is a smock mill in Achlum, Friesland, Netherlands which has been restored to working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 15821.Show on map
SlagdijkstermolenSlagdijkstermolen is a smock mill in Finkum, Friesland, Netherlands which has been restored to working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 24540.Show on map
De PrincehofmolenDe Princehofmolen is a hollow post mill in Earnewâld, Friesland, the Netherlands, which was built in 1958. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 22934.Show on map
Rispenserpoldermolenis a smock mill in Easterein, Friesland, Netherlands, which was rebuilt in 1994. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 21572.Show on map
De PoelenDe Poelen or De Puollen is a smock mill in Dronrijp, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1850. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 28612.Show on map
Molen HooglandMolen Hoogland is a Hollow Post mill in Goutum, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 2004. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 24521.Show on map
HatsumermolenDe Hatsumermolen is a smock mill in Dronrijp, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1878. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 28615.Show on map
WindlustWindlust is a smock mill in Burum, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 2014, replacing an earlier mill that had burnt down on 8 April 2012.Show on map
LangwertLangwert is a smock mill in Winsum, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1979 and is under restoration. It is listed as a Rijksmonument.Show on map
De VerwachtingDe Verwachting (English: The Expectation) is a smock mill in Hollum, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1991 and is in working order.Show on map
Fries MuseumThe Fries Museum is a museum in Leeuwarden, the Netherlands.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Friesland
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BornrifThe Ameland Lighthouse, commonly known as Bornrif, is a lighthouse on the Dutch island Ameland, one of the Frisian Islands, on the edge of the North Sea. It was built in 1880 by order of William III of the Netherlands. It was designed by Dutch lighthouse architect Quirinus Harder and built by the foundry Nering Bögel in Deventer. The individual segments were shipped to Ameland and welded together on-site. The lighthouse is 55 metres (180 ft) tall and has 15 floors, with a staircase with 236 steps. The optical installation came from the former Westhoofd Lighthouse in Ouddorp.Show on map
Burgumer MarThe Burgumer Mar (Dutch: Bergumermeer) is a lake near the town of Burgum in the Dutch province of Friesland. The lake was formed during the last ice age. It is a popular water sports area with multiple yacht harbours. The Princess Margriet Canal splits the lake into a northern and southern part. Since March 15, 2007 the West Frisian name Burgumer Mar is the official name; before that date the Dutch name was the official one). The villages Jistrum, Eastermar and Sumar together with Burgum border the lake.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Friesland
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RichelRichel (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈrɪɣəl] (13px listen); English: Ridge), or rather De Richel (The Ridge), is a permanently dry sandbank in the Wadden Sea, in the gap between the Dutch islands of Vlieland and Terschelling. It is located about 1 kilometer east of the northernmost point of Vlieland and is administered by the municipality of Vlieland. The sandbank has an average surface area of 116 hectares. It is completely flooded only during extremely high tides.Show on map
West Frisian IslandsThe West Frisian Islands (Dutch: Waddeneilanden; West Frisian: Waadeilannen) are a chain of islands in the North Sea off the Dutch coast, along the edge of the Wadden Sea. They continue further east as the German East Frisian Islands and are part of the Frisian Islands. From west to east the islands are: Noorderhaaks, Texel, Vlieland, Richel, Griend, Terschelling, Ameland, Rif, Engelsmanplaat, Schiermonnikoog, Simonszand, Rottumerplaat, Rottumeroog, and Zuiderduintjes.Show on map
TerschellingTerschelling (Dutch pronunciation: [tɛrˈsxɛlɪŋ] (13px listen); West Frisian: Skylge; Terschelling dialect: Schylge) is a municipality and an island in the northern Netherlands, one of the West Frisian Islands. It is situated between the islands of Vlieland and Ameland. The main source of income on Terschelling is tourism. There is some agriculture, but a large part of the island has become a nature reserve. Terschelling is well known for the yearly Oerol Festival during which theatre performances are played throughout the island, making use of its landscape and nature.Show on map
AmelandAmeland (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈaːməlɑnt] (13px listen); West Frisian: It Amelân) is a municipality and one of the West Frisian Islands off the north coast of the Netherlands. It consists mostly of sand dunes. It is the third major island of the West Frisians. It neighbours islands Terschelling to the West and Schiermonnikoog to the East. This includes the small Engelsmanplaat and Rif islands to the East.Show on map
VlielandVlieland (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈvlilɑnt] (13px listen); West Frisian: Flylân) is a municipality and island in the northern Netherlands. The municipality of Vlieland has only one major town: Oost-Vlieland (West Frisian: East-Flylân). It is the second-least densely populated municipality in the Netherlands (after Schiermonnikoog).Show on map
LauswoltLauswolt is an estate in Beetsterzwaag, Friesland, the Netherlands, dating back to the 17th century. The estate is currently being used as a hotel. The restaurant, called De Heeren van Harinxma, had a Michelin star between 2001 and 2006. Lauswolt was the location of talks between CDA, the Labour Party and ChristianUnion for the formation of a new government. The negotiations were intended to be secret, but De Telegraaf newspaper revealed Lauswolt as the location on the very first day of the talks.Show on map
GriendGriend (Dutch pronunciation: [ɣrint] (13px listen); West Frisian: Gryn) is a small uninhabited Dutch island in the Wadden Sea, lying around 12 kilometres south of Terschelling. It is one of the West Frisian Islands, and belongs to the municipality of Terschelling. The island currently has an area of around 0.1 km2.Show on map
BreezanddijkBreezanddijk (West Frisian: Breesândyk) is a small community that lies near the midpoint of the Afsluitdijk, part of the A7 motorway, in the Netherlands. It lies on a former artificial island which was created during the construction of the dam, and it belongs to the municipality of Súdwest-Fryslân, in Friesland province. The hamlet lies between Den Oever and Kornwerderzand. Until 2011 it was part of the former municipality of Wûnseradiel, merged with the other 4 to form the new Súdwest-Fryslân.Show on map
VrouwbuurstermolenDe Vrouwbuurstermolen is a smock mill in Vrouwenparochie, Friesland, Netherlands which was built in 1862 and is in working order. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument.Show on map
EngelsmanplaatEngelsmanplaat (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɛŋəlsmɑnˌplaːt]), or De Kalkman which is its local name, is a small sandbank between the Dutch islands Ameland and Schiermonnikoog.Show on map