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Madeira (the Portuguese word for wood) is the name of a group of islands in the Atlantic Ocean, an autonomous region of Portugal and a popular holiday destination. It is also the name of the largest of the islands.
It may also refer to:
- Other places
- the Madeira River, one of the tributaries of the Amazon River in South America
- Madeira, Ohio, a city in the United States
- Madeira Beach, Florida, another American city
- In food
- Phil Madeira, an American songwriter, producer, musician and singer from Nashville, Tennessee
- Jamila Madeira (born 1975), a Portuguese socialist politician and Member of the European Parliament
- George Madeira (1836–1922), a mining engineer and mineralogist who founded the first astronomical observatory in California
- Other uses
- the Madeira School, a private girls' school in Virginia, United States
- Madeira (shipwreck), a schooner-barge which sank on the north shore of Lake Superior in November 1905
- Miss Madeira, a 2011 novel by Austin Gary
- Universidade da Madeira, a public university in Madeira
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