Flanders (disambiguation)

Flanders (disambiguation)

Flanders is a region in Belgium (and parts of France and the Netherlands) but may also refer to:

;In Western Europe
* County of Flanders — an historical county of the Low Countries, which included part of the north-east of modern-day France
* East Flanders and West Flanders are provinces of modern-day Belgium
* Flemish Region, one of the three Regions of Belgium
* Flemish Community, one of the three Communities of Belgium
* French Flanders — the northern "département" of Nord and part of the "region" of Nord-Pas-de-Calais
* Zeeuws-Vlaanderen, or Zeelandic Flanders in the Netherlands
* Flanders Fields are the battlefields of World War I in Northern France and North-Western Belgium

;In North America
* Flanders, New Jersey, U.S.
* Flanders, New York, U.S.
* A village in the town of East Lyme, Connecticut, U.S.
* A village in Litchfield County, Connecticut, U.S.

* Benjamin Flanders, Louisiana state governor in 1867
* John Flanders, pseudonym of the Belgian writer Jean Ray (1887–1964)
* Laura Flanders, journalist and daughter of Michael Flanders
* Michael Flanders (1922–1975), member of the duo Flanders and Swann
* Ralph Edward Flanders (1880–1970), U.S. senator from Vermont from 1946 to 1959
* Stephanie Flanders (1968–), journalist and daughter of Michael Flanders
* Walter Flanders (1871–1923), automobile pioneer
* Flanders (group), a.k.a. Deflect, Italian electronic/dance group

* "In Flanders Fields" is a World War I poem by Lt-Col John McCrae
* "In Flanders Fields. The 1917 Campaign is a book by historian Leon Wolff
* "Moll Flanders", novel by Daniel Defoe

* Flanders (film) is a film by French filmmaker Bruno Dumont

;Popular culture
* Ned Flanders and the Flanders family, in the television series "The Simpsons"

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