-land

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The suffix -land which can be found in several countries' name and country subdivisions indicates a toponymy—a land. The word came via Germanic "land."

Below is the list of places that ends with "-land" or "Land".

Sovereign States[edit]

Derived name:

Sub-national administrative divisions[edit]

Derived name:

Other places[edit]

Australia[edit]

Other places

Canada[edit]

County level
Town level

Denmark[edit]

Finland[edit]

(Names in Swedish/Names in Finnish)

Germany[edit]

The Netherlands[edit]

City level

Norway[edit]

Vestlandet Østlandet Sørlandet Trøndelag Nord-Norge

Sweden[edit]

Götaland Svealand Norrland

United Kingdom[edit]

Counties

Other places: England

United States[edit]

Regions
State level
City level
Village level

Other countries[edit]

Former places[edit]

Thematic Parks[edit]

Fictional places[edit]

From Peter Pan

From Middle-Earth:

From Chronicles of Narnia

Other common names[edit]

See also[edit]