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Downland, Downs, or The Downs may refer to:
In the 'hill' context, the word 'down' derives from Celtic (Gaelic or Welsh) dun "hill, hill fort".
- Downland, a geographical feature
- Darling Downs, Queensland, a farming region on the western slopes of the Great Dividing Range in southern Queensland
- The Downs, sea area between Goodwin Sands and the East Kent coast
- The Downs, Bristol, a public open space in Bristol, England
- The Downs, County Westmeath, a rural community about 5 miles east of Mullingar, Republic of Ireland
- The North Downs, England, the counterpart of the South Downs. The two are often referred to as a collective term
- The South Downs, England, the counterpart of the North Downs
- The Downs, a large grassy area on the University of Nottingham's University Park Campus
- The Downs, White Horse Hills, England
- Downs (townland, County Westmeath), a townland in Taghmon civil parish, barony of Corkaree, County Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
- Downs, County Laois, a townland in County Laois, Republic of Ireland
- Downs, County Tyrone, a townland in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland
- North Wessex Downs AONB, England
- Downs, Illinois, a village in the United States
- Downs, Kansas, a small city in the United States
- The Downs, a hilly peninsula in Ferryland, Newfoundland and Labrador
- The Downs School (disambiguation), name of three schools
- Down syndrome or Down's syndrome, a human hereditary/congenital/genetic disorder
- Downs cell, a vessel used for manufacturing pure sodium
- Downs process, the process for manufacturing pure sodium
- Downs Light Railway, the world's oldest private miniature railway; located in Worcestershire, England
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