RMWH8HW7–Barss was bred about 1785 by an Arab-Friesland cross-bred stallion out of a Friesland mare. This breeding is clearly discernible in the horse's conformation and colour. His descendants were the Orlovs, all natural trotters 'bending the knee when striding'. Count Orlov's two-handed reining resembles the American, not the English style. The History of Horse Racing by Roger Longrigg, page 104.
RFPYWJGK–Primitive wooden Tjasker windmill in Friesland Netherlands
RMFGRMG5–fashion, traditional costume, Friesland, East Frisian peasant, circa 1500, drawing, out of: Hermann Lübbing, 'Stedinger, Friesen, Dithmarscher', Jena, 1929, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMAKPGJ2–Leeuwarden Netherlands Friesland Fryslan town city Holland Historic History
RM2BTPAEH–SS Nord Friesland 1928
RMBDB4WH–Terschelling Friesland Brandaris lighthouse Wadden Wad Sea Harbour Port Netherlands
RMDKP2WC–Count d'Ostrevant setting out to recapture Friesland, 1396.
RFPYWP7T–The medieval village of Wierum on the dike at the Waddensea, Friesland, Netherlands