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Campion may refer to:
- Flowering plants of the Caryophyllaceae genera Lychnis and Silene, including:
- Silene acaulis, or moss campion, a flower found in Eurasia and North America
- Silene dioica, or red campion, a native European flower
- Silene latifolia, or white campion, a flower found in Africa, western Asia, Europe and North America
- Silene tomentosa, or Gibraltar campion, endemic to Gibraltar
- Silene vulgaris, or bladder campion, native to Europe but widespread in North America
- Silene stenophylla, or narrow-leafed campion, native to far eastern Siberia. Individuals have been recently regenerated from frozen fruit dating from the Pleistocene
Family name and famous people
- Campion (surname)
- Edmund Campion Jesuit Saint and Martyr, after whom many of the educational institutions are named
- Thomas Campion English poet and composer
Business and commerce
- Campion (boats), Canadian manufacturer of boats
- Campion Cycle Company, a British maker of cycles, motorcycles and cars between 1901 and 1926.
- Campion (TV series), a BBC television series (1989-1990)
- Campion, Colorado, United States
- Campion Air Force Station, Alaska. Located on the Yukon River near Galena, Alaska
- Campion College, Old Toongabbie, Australia
- Campion College, Kingston, Jamaica
- Campion College (Regina, Canada)
- Campion College, Gisborne
- Campion House College, Osterley, London
- Campion Hall, Oxford
- Campion School (disambiguation) (several)
- Albert Campion, a fictional detective
- Campion Bond, a minor character in the comic versions of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
- Campion (Watership Down), a rabbit from the novel Watership Down by Richard Adams
- Campion, one of the protagonists of the Alastair Reynolds novel House of Suns.
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