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St. Magnus may refer to:
- Magnus of Anagni, 2nd-century bishop and martyr in Anagni, Italy
- Magnus of Cuneo, 3rd-century martyr
- Magnus Erlendsson, Earl of Orkney (1075–1116/7), martyred saint in Orkney, now in Scotland
- Magnus of Füssen (probably 7th or 8th century), missionary saint in Allgäu, now in Germany
- Magnus of Avignon (died 660), Gallo-Roman saint, bishop and governor of Avignon, now in France
- Magnus of Oderzo (died 670), Italian saint, founder of eight churches in Venice
- Albert of Cologne, St. Albertus Magnus, patron saint of medical technicians; those in the natural sciences; philosophers; scientists;
- St. Magnus, suburb of Bremen, Germany
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