Saint Lucia (disambiguation)

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Saint Lucy, a Christian saint known as Santa Lucia in Italian, Sankta Lucia in Swedish and Santa Lucía in Spanish, has given her name to many places, and things that take their names from those places:

People[edit]

Places[edit]

Argentina[edit]

Santa Lucía, Corrientes, Argentina
Santa Lucía, San Juan, Argentina

Australia[edit]

St Lucia, Queensland, a suburb of Brisbane
St Lucia Reach, a reach of the Brisabne River

Barbados[edit]

Saint Lucy, Barbados, a parish on the island of Barbados, in the Caribbean

Brazil[edit]

Santa Lúcia, Paraná, Brazil

Chile[edit]

Cerro Santa Lucía, Santiago, Chile
Santa Lucía metro station, Santiago, Chile

Colombia[edit]

Santa Lucía, Atlántico

Cuba[edit]

Santa Lucía de Cuba, Camagüey, Cuba
Santa Lucía, Cabaiguán, Sancti-Spiritus, Cuba
Santa Lucía, Oriente, Oriente Province, Cuba

Ecuador[edit]

Santa Lucía, Ecuador

Guatemala[edit]

Santa Lucía Cotzumalguapa, Guatemala
Santa Lucía Milpas Altas, Guatemala
Santa Lucía La Reforma, Guatemala
Santa Lucía Utatlán, Guatemala

Honduras[edit]

Santa Lucía, Francisco Morazán
Santa Lucía, Intibucá

Italy[edit]

Borgo Santa Lucia, historic waterfront district of Naples
Venezia Santa Lucia railway station

Malta[edit]

Santa Luċija, the village in Malta

Mexico[edit]

Nicaragua[edit]

Santa Lucía, Boaco, Nicaragua

Perú[edit]

Santa Lucía, Ferreñafe Ferreñafe Province, The city of Ferreñafe, capital of the province of the same name. Located in the Lambayeque Region, it was founded as the City of Santa Lucía de Ferreñafe on December 13, 1550 by Spanish Captain Alonso De Osorio in honor of the saint.

Philippines[edit]

Santa Lucia, Ilocos Sur, Philippines
Santa Lucia Protected Landscape, a protected area in Ilocos Sur
Sta. Lucia East Grandmall, a large shopping mall and entertainment complex in Cainta, Rizal

South Africa[edit]

St Lucia, KwaZulu-Natal
Lake St. Lucia, in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Spain[edit]

Santa Lucía de Tirajana, Canary Islands, Spain

United States[edit]

Santa Lucia Mountains, in central California
Santa Lucia Highlands AVA, California wine region in Monterey County
St. Lucia County, Florida, Former Florida county from 1844 to 1855.
St. Lucie County, Florida, Florida county founded in 1905
St. Lucie Village, Florida, Florida town

Uruguay[edit]

Santa Lucía, Uruguay
Santa Lucía River, a river in Uruguay

Venezuela[edit]

Santa Lucía, Miranda, Venezuela

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