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Fleury can refer to:
- Fleury Abbey, a Benedictine monastery in Loiret, France
- Cardinal André-Hercule de Fleury, Bishop of Fréjus (1653—1743), chief minister of Louis XV of France
- Claude Fleury (1640 – 1723), French historian
- Fleury Mesplet (1734 – 1794), French-Canadian printer
- Gordon A. Fleury, Californian legislature
- Abraham-joseph Bénard (1750 – 1822), French actor of the Comédie-Française and one of the greatest comedians of his time.
- Joseph-Nicolas Robert-Fleury (1797 – 1890), French painter
- Louis Fleury (1878 – 1926), French flautist
- Paul A. Fleury (born 1939), American physicist and academic administrator
- Theoren Fleury (born 1968), Former Canadian hockey player
- Marc Fleury (born 1968), French software developer
- Reynald Fleury (born 1969), French entrepreneur and innovator
- Amber Fleury (born 1979), a contestant on Canadian Idol
- Marc-Andre Fleury (born 1984), Canadian hockey player
- Mathieu Fleury (born 1985), Canadian politician
- Champfleury Jules Fleury-Husson (1821 – 1889) French novelist and critic
- Fleury Playbook, a 13th-century manuscript of liturgical dramas
- Fleury-Mérogis Prison, known as Fleury for short.
- Several communes of France:
- and part of the name of several communes:
- Transmitter Fleury is a communications mast in Aisne, France
- fleury is also a term used in Heraldry, as in "a cross fleury"
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