Norfolk (disambiguation) - Place


In Australia
  • Norfolk Island, an Australian external territory
In Canada
In New Zealand
  • Norfolk, New Zealand, a locality in Taranaki
In the United Kingdom
  • Norfolk House in London
  • Norfolk (UK Parliament constituency), from 1707 to 1832
In the United States
  • Norfolk, Connecticut
  • Norfolk, Massachusetts
  • Norfolk County, Massachusetts
  • Norfolk, Nebraska
  • Norfolk (town), New York
    • Norfolk (CDP), New York, a hamlet and census-designated place in the town of Norfolk
  • Norfolk, Virginia
    • Naval Station Norfolk, a major U.S. Navy base in Norfolk, Virginia
    • Norfolk Naval Shipyard, located in nearby Portsmouth, Virginia
  • Norfolk County, Virginia

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