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Havana is the capital city of Cuba. It is sometimes also spelled Havanna, Havanah, and Habana. The correct spelling in the English speaking world is Havana.
Havana may also refer to:
- Ciudad de La Habana Province ("City of Havana Province"), the province of Cuba which includes the city of Havana
- Havana Province, a province in Cuba (which no longer includes the city)
- Habana District, in Moyobamba province
- Havana, Alabama
- Havana, Arkansas
- Havana, Florida
- Havana, Illinois
- Havana, Kansas
- Havana, North Dakota
- Havana, Ohio
- Havana, Oregon
- Havana, Texas
- Havana, West Virginia
- Havana on the Hudson, a community in Northeastern New Jersey
- Little Havana, the Cuban district in Miami, Florida, named after the Cuban capital
- Build Havana, song from Future Clouds and Radar.
- Havanna (Argentine company), an Argentine food products company.
- Havana (film), a 1990 drama starring Robert Redford
- Havana (grape), another name for the red Italian wine grape Avanà
- Havana (soundtrack), the soundtrack of the film
- Havana (Edwardian musical), a 1908 Leslie Stuart musical at the Gaiety Theatre, London
- Havana, a forthcoming musical by Frank Wildhorn
- "Havana" (song), a 1997 song by Kenny G
- "Habana" (album), by Roy Hargrove
- Havana (novel), a novel by author Stephen Hunter
- Havana, a Cuban cigar
- Havana (rabbit), a breed of rabbit
- Ciudad de La Habana (football club), a football club based in Havana
- La Habana (baseball), a baseball club based in Havana
- Havana (juggling), a club passing pattern for multiple people
- Havanam, a sacred purifying ritual (yajna) in Hinduism that involves a fire ceremony
- Havana Times, an independent blog
- Bryan Habana (born 1983), South African rugby player
- Havannah, a board game
- Havannah, Cheshire, a place near Congleton in Cheshire in England
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