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La Guardia (also Laguardia or LaGuardia) is the Italian or Spanish word for "the guard". It can refer to:
- La Guardia (Catamarca), a municipality in Catamarca Province, Argentina
- Laguardia, Álava, a municipality in Álava province, Spain
- La Guardia, Spain, a municipality in Toledo province, Spain
- Campo de La Guardia, a wine region in Spain
- Roc de la Guàrdia (Balenyà), a mountain in Catalonia, Spain
- Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music and Performing Arts, a specialized school in New York City, U.S.A.
- LaGuardia Airport, airport in New York City named after Fiorello LaGuardia
- LaGuardia Community College, in Long Island City, New York, a part of City University of New York
- Bernardo de la Guardia (1900-19??), Costa Rican fencer
- Ernesto de la Guardia (1904–1983), Panaman politician
- Fiorello La Guardia (1882–1947), American politician, mayor of New York City from 1934–1945
- Gemma LaGuardia Gluck, sister of Fiorello La Guardia, who was held as a political prisoner by the Nazis in the Ravensbruck concentration camp
- Holy Child of La Guardia, a Spanish Catholic saint
- Ponç de la Guàrdia (1154–1188), Spanish knight
- Ricardo Adolfo de la Guardia Arango (1899–1969), Panaman politician
- Tony de la Guardia (1939–1989), Cuban military personnel
- La Guardia (band), a Spanish pop-rock band
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