Saint Nicholas (disambiguation)
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Saint Nicholas was a 4th-century saint and Greek Bishop of Myra.
Saint Nicholas may also refer to:
- Santa Claus or Saint Nicholas, a western folk legend inspired by the 4th-century saint
- Pope Nicholas I or Nicholas the Great (c. 800–868)
- Nicholas of Tolentino (c.1246–1303), Italian saint and mystic
- Nicholas of Flüe (1417–1487), Swiss hermit and ascetic
- Nicholas Pieck (1534–1572), Dutch saint and martyr
- Nicholas Owen (martyr) (c.1550–1606), English Catholic martyr
- Nicholas of Japan (1836–1912), introduced Eastern Orthodox Church to Japan
- Nicholas II of Russia or Saint Nicholas the Passion-Bearer (1868–1918), last emperor of Russia
- Niels of Aarhus (before 1157–1180), Danish saint and prince
- St. Nicholas, Jacksonville, Florida, a neighborhood
- Mount Saint Nicholas, U.S.A.
- Saint Nicholas Peak (Canada)
- Saint Nicholas Avenue (Manhattan)
In other uses:
- Saint Nicolas (Britten), a cantata with music by Benjamin Britten and text by Eric Crozier
- St. Nicholas Magazine
- Saint Nicholas Day
- The name of the Botik of Peter the Great
- St. Nicholas Church (disambiguation), includes pages without "Church" in their names
- Saint Nicholas Monastery (disambiguation)
- Saint Nicolas (disambiguation)
- São Nicolau (disambiguation)
- San Nicola (disambiguation)
- San Nicolas (disambiguation)
- "Sveti Nikola", a song by Kerber
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