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Elena may refer to:
- Includes a list of people with this name
- Elena, a Soviet scientist in the Stanley Kubrick film 2001: A Space Odyssey
- Elena Fisher, a character in the Uncharted series
- Elena Gilbert, from The Vampire Diaries
- Elena Michaels, from "Bitten"
- Elena Ramos, from Dallas
- Elena of Turks, from Final Fantasy VII
- Elena (Street Fighter), from Street Fighter III
- Elena Potato, from the comic book and animated series Monster Allergy
- Elena Duranti, a character from the novel "A Possible Life"
- Elena a priestess from Grandia II
- Elena, a lord and the illegitimate daughter of Thomas Covenant
- Elena, a character from the TV series Merlin
- Elena Wong, an phobia disastress character from the Warner Brothers series, Devan and Jasmine (Tiny Pop)
- Elena, an 18-year-old girl from the Wii game Pandora's Tower
- Elena, a lover of Gabriel from Witty
- Elena, a character in The Elder Gods, Book Of The Dreamers I.
- Daniele Cortis, a 1947 Italian film also known as Elena
- Elena (2011 film), a 2011 Russian film
- Elena (2012 film), a Brazilian film
- Elena, a character from TV programme and book Vampire Diaries
- Elena (album), an album by Maggie Reilly
- Elena, an EP by Puerto Muerto
- Elena by Yiannis Karalis, originally sung by Christos Dantis
- Elena by Marios Tokas and Andreas Neofytidis, originally sung by Yiannis Parios
- Elena (opera), an opera by Francesco Cavalli
- Elena Gheorghe or Elena G, a Romanian singer at the 2009 Eurovision Music Contest
- Elena Siegman, the singer of the Easter egg songs in the special zombie mode in the games Call of Duty: Black Ops and Call of Duty: World at War
- ELENA (European Local ENergy Assistance), a funding instrument from the European Investment Bank.
- Hurricane Elena
- Eleni (disambiguation)
- Helen (disambiguation)
- Helena (disambiguation)
- Helene (disambiguation)
- Lena (disambiguation)
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