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Agora is a general name for a marketplace in ancient Greece.
Agora may also refer to:
- Ancient Agora of Athens
- Agora (Thrace), an ancient Greek town on the Gallipoli peninsula, Turkey
- Agora Center, Jyväskylä, Finland
- Agora Theatre and Ballroom, a concert club in Cleveland, Ohio, United States
- L'Àgora, a multifunctional building in Valencia, Spain
Arts and entertainment
- Agora (sculpture), an art installation by Magdalena Abakanowicz in Chicago's Grant Park
- Cirkus Agora, a Norwegian travelling circus
- Agora (film), a 2009 historical movie about Hypatia of Alexandria
- Agora Trilogy, a fantasy novel trilogy by David Whitley set on the world Agora
- Agora (band), a Mexican progressive metal band.
- Agora (programming language)
- Agora (web browser), a proof of concept World Wide Web email browser developed in 1994-1997
- Agora, codename of Bing Product Upload, a discontinued part of Microsoft's Bing search engine
- AGORA (Access to Global Online Research in Agriculture) Program, started by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization to provide access to scientific information to developing countries
- Asteroidal Gravity Optical and Radar Analysis (AGORA), a proposed space probe to investigate the asteroid Vesta in the 1990s
- Agora (organization), a Russian human rights advocacy group
- Agora SA, a Polish media corporation
- Agora Financial, a Maryland corporation which publishes books, magazines, newsletters and financial web sites
- Agora University, Oradea, Romania
- Name of the building of the Swiss Cancer Centre (Lausanne)
- Agora São Paulo or Agora, a Brazilian newspaper started in 1999
- Agora (nomic), a game of nomic played on mailing lists since 1993
- Israeli agora, a unit of currency
- Agorism, a libertarian political philosophy
- Agoura, California, an unincorporated area in Los Angeles County
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