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Greenland is the world's largest island and an autonomous territory within the Kingdom of Denmark.
Greenland or Greenlands may also refer to:
- Greenland, Barbados, a village in the parish of Saint Andrew
- Greenland, Nova Scotia, a community in Annapolis County
- Greenland, County Antrim, a townland in the civil parish of Larne, County Antrim, Northern Ireland
- Greenland Dock, in London
- Greenlands, a country house in Oxfordshire
- Greenland, Arkansas, in Washington County
- Greenland, California, in Butte County
- Greenland, Colorado, in Douglas County
- Greenland, New Hampshire, in Rockingham County
- Greenland, Ohio, an unincorporated community
- Greenland, West Virginia, in Grant County
- Greenland Hills, Dallas, Texas, in Dallas County
Arts, entertainment, and media
- Greenland (film), an American disaster thriller film
- Greenland (album), 2006 album by Cracker
- "Greenland", a song by The Wedding Present from Going, Going...
- "Greenland", a song by Herbert Grönemeyer from Chaos
- "Greenland", a song by Caravels from Floorboards
- Greenland (1988 play), by English playwright Howard Brenton
- Greenland (2009 play), by Canadian playwright Nicolas Billon
- Greenland (2011 play), by English playwrights Moira Buffini, Penelope Skinner, Matt Charman and Jack Thorne
- Greenland cod, Gadus ogac
- Greenland Dog, husky breed
- Greenland halibut, Reinhardtius hippoglossoides
- Greenland shark, Somniosus microcephalus
- GREENLAND, the callsign of the airline, Air Greenland
- Greenland (European Parliament constituency), a European Parliament constituency from 1979 to 1984
- SS Greenland, a number of ships with this name
- Greenland Holdings, Chinese real-estate corporation
- "Greeneland", a literary setting typical of the novels of Graham Greene: a poor, hot, and dusty tropical backwater.
- Greenland Township (disambiguation)
- Gronland (disambiguation)
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