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Montserrat is a British overseas territory in the Caribbean, originally named after the Virgin of Montserrat, itself named after the mountain in Catalonia. In Catalan, the name means "serrated mountain".
Montserrat can also refer to:
- Montserrat (mountain), a mountain in Catalonia, Spain
- Santa Maria de Montserrat monastery, home of:
- Virgin of Montserrat, a "black Madonna" statue and object of pilgrimage, also patron saint of Catalonia
- Montserrat, a region of Trinidad and Tobago
- Montserrat, Dominican Republic, a municipal district in Baoruco Province
- Montserrat, Buenos Aires, a neighborhood in Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Montserrat, Missouri, a place in Missouri, United States
- Monserrate, a mountain adjacent to Bogotá, Colombia
- Montserrat d'Alcalà, a municipality in Valencia, Spain
- Montserrat, an area of Bolton, Greater Manchester, a town in the United Kingdom, named for Montserrat Road
- Montserrat (given name), a popular female name in Catalan-speaking area
- Montserrat (MBTA station), a commuter rail train station in Beverly, Massachusetts, United States
- Montserrat College of Art, in Beverly, Massachusetts, United States
- Nuestra Señora de Monserrate. a cathedral in Hormigueros, Puerto Rico
- Llibre Vermell de Montserrat a medieval musical manuscript from the monastery of Santa Maria de Montserrat
- Montserrat (play) (1948), a play by Emmanuel Roblès
- HMS Montserrat (K586), a British frigate in service in the Royal Navy from 1944 to 1946
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