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Alyosha is an affectionate diminutive (hypocorism) of the name Alexey and may refer to:
- Alyosha (singer) (born 1986), Ukrainian pop singer
- Alyosha Dzhaparidze (1880 – 1918), Georgian Bolshevik
- Alyosha Svanidze (1886 – 1941), Georgian Bolshevik
- Alyosha Abrahamyan (born 1945), Armenian football player
- Alyosha Andonov (born 1961), Bulgarian football coach
- Alyosha Schneider (born 1993), Canadian actor
- Alyosha Mirny, pen name of an unknown Russian blogger
- Alyosha Karamazov, protagonist of Dostoyevsky's The Brothers Karamazov
- Alyosha Popovich, Russian folk hero
- Alyosha the Pot, protagonist of Tolstoy's short story of the same name
- Alyosha Skvortsov, protagonist of the 1959 film Ballad of a Soldier
- Alyosha Stalina, protagonist of Rururu Kondou's manga Aлёша!
- Alyosha Kravinoff, real name of comic book villain Kraven the Hunter II
- Alyosha Monument, Murmansk, Russia WWII monument
- Alyosha Monument, Plovdiv, Bulgarian WWII monument
- "Alyosha (song)", a song inspired by the Plovdiv monument
- Bronze Soldier of Tallinn, Estonian WWII monument sometimes called Alyosha
- Ivan & Alyosha, Seattle folk-pop duo
- Alyosha's Galoshes, 1925 book of nursery rhymes by Maria Shkapskaya
- Farewell Alyosha, 1991 short story collection by Oya Baydar
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