East Frisia

East Frisia or Eastern Friesland is a coastal region in the northwest of the federal state of . It is the section of Frisia in between West Frisia and Middle Frisia in the and North Frisia in .
Photo: Matthias Süßen, CC BY-SA 2.5.

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is in East Frisia. The city's population in 2018 was about 76,000. Photo: Picstop, CC BY-SA 3.0 de.

is an independent city and seaport in in the northwest of Germany, on the river Ems. Photo: Marco Roepers, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is an island and a municipality in the in , northwestern . Photo: Lucipictor, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a town in the East Frisian region of , . Photo: Ein Dahmer, CC BY-SA 4.0.

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is a town in the district of , the northwestern part of , Germany. Photo: Martina Nolte, CC BY-SA 3.0 de.

is a small town in East Frisia, near the Jade River, and south of Wilhelmshaven and Oldenburg. Photo: Dickelbers, CC BY-SA 3.0.

The are part of , and part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Photo: Martina Nolte, CC BY-SA 3.0 de.

is a nice old North-Sea seaside town in the Eastern Frisia region of in . Photo: Mey2008, CC BY-SA 3.0.

East Frisia

Latitude of center
53.464° or 53° 27' 50.4" north
Longitude of center
7.645° or 7° 38' 42" east

Also Known As

  • Afrikaans: Oos-Friesland
  • Arabic: شرق فريزيا
  • Basque: Ekialdeko Frisia
  • Belarusian: Усходняя Фрызія
  • Breton: Friz ar Reter
  • Catalan: Frísia Oriental
  • Chinese: 东弗里斯兰
  • Chinese: 东弗里西亚
  • Chinese: 東弗里斯蘭
  • Chinese: 東弗里西亞
  • Czech: Východní Frísko
  • Danish: Ostfriesland
  • Danish: Østfrisland
  • Dutch: Oost-Friesland
  • Dutch: Oost Friesland
  • Dutch: Oost–Friesland
  • Dutch: Ost-Friesland
  • Dutch: Ostfriesland
  • English: Eastfryslân
  • English: Oostfreesland
  • Esperanto: Orient-Frislando
  • Esperanto: Orienta Frislando
  • Esperanto: Orientfrislando
  • Estonian: Ida-Friisimaa
  • Finnish: Itä-Friisia
  • Finnish: Ostfriesland
  • French: Frise orientale
  • French: Oostfreesland
  • German: Oostfreesland
  • German: Ostfriesland
  • Greek: Ανατολική Φρισία
  • Hebrew: פריזיה המזרחית
  • Hungarian: Kelet-Frízföld
  • Icelandic: Austur-Frísland
  • Indonesian: Friesland Timur
  • Italian: Frisia dell'Est
  • Italian: Frisia orientale
  • Japanese: オストフリースラント
  • Japanese: 東フリースラント
  • Japanese: 東フリースランド
  • Latin: Frisia orientalis
  • Latvian: Austrumfrīzlande
  • Lithuanian: Rytų Fryzija
  • Low German: Oost-Frieslaand
  • Low German: Oostfraislaand
  • Low German: Oostfreesland
  • Low German: Oostfrieslaand
  • Low German: Ostfreesland
  • Macedonian: Источна Фризија
  • Norwegian: Øst-Friesland
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Øst-Friesland
  • Polish: Fryzja Wschodnia
  • Portuguese: Frísia Oriental
  • Romanian: Frislanda de Est
  • Russian: Восточная Фризия
  • Russian: Восточная Фрисландия
  • Russian: Остфрисландия
  • Saterfriesisch: Aastfräislound
  • Saterfriesisch: Portoal: Aast-Fräislound
  • Saterfriesisch: Portoal:Aast-Fräislound
  • Spanish: Frisia oriental
  • Spanish: Ostfriesland
  • Swedish: Ostfriesland
  • Swedish: Öst-Friesland
  • Swedish: Östfriesland
  • Ukrainian: Східна Фризія
  • Vlaams: Ôost-Friesland
  • Western Frisian: East-Fryslân
  • Western Frisian: Eastfryslân
  • Frisia Orientale

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