Vandzene is a "pagast" (community) in Talsu county, in the region of Kurzeme, or West Latvia. The community's elevation is 49 m (160 ft).

The Vandzene Estate was built at the start of the 19th century. At present, Vandzene Gymnasium occupies the estate.

The grand-stone of Vandzene, with a circumference of 26 metres, is the third largest stone in Latvia. In ancient times it was a place of worship and stood amid an apple orchard and birch grove.

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