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- Giulia Farnese (1475–1525), mistress of Pope Alexander VI.
- Giulia Grisi (1811–1869), Italian singer
- Giulia Gonzaga (1513–1566), Italian noblesse
- Giulia Gam (born 1966) English-Italian actress
- Giulia de' Medici (c. 1535-?) illegitimate daughter of Alessandro de' Medici
- Giulia Siegel (born 1974), Pseudonym: Giulia Legeis, German model
- Giulia Anghelescu (born 1984), Romanian singer
- Giulia Pugliese (soccer player)
- Giulia Barker (soul-saver, Cheerleader)
- Cappella Giulia, part of St. Peter
- Villa Giulia, National Etruscan Museum
- Valle Giulia, valley near Rome
- Venezia Giulia, historic region on the Adria
- Friuli Venezia Giulia Airport, Airport near Triest
- Alfa Romeo Giulia, sports car
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