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Keyword(s): Friesland Frisian Friesian

  • The Friesian language
    Friesian is one of the official languages of the Netherlands. It is spoken in the north of the country and is important for the cultural identity of the province of Friesland.

  • Songtext in the Frisian language
    In nije dei (De Kast). Friesland is one of the most northern provinces of the Netherlands. It has about 500.000 inhabitants of which most are speaking their own language: the Frisian. It is more than an dialect, it has its own grammar and phonetics. It is taught at schools. This song has been very popular all over the Netherlands a few years ago. An english translation is added.

  • Friesland and the Mediterranean
    In this article I will describe the origin of the Frisian culture. I start with a short explanation of the relation and similarities between the Frisian and Mediterranean cultures.

  • Civilisation in Friesland
    Frisian civilisation: a mix of influence

  • Birds in Friesland

  • Language-diversity in Friesland

  • Impressions of Leeuwarden and the province of Friesland
    This article looks at Leeuwarden and Friesland through the eyes of an English student. It explains certain features that were unreal and new to her, such as the landscape, the langauge and the weather.

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