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Santisima Trinidad (meaning Most Holy Trinity in Spanish) may refer to:
- Santísima Trinidad (fort) - a fortress that once existed on the Bio Bio River in Bio Bío province, Chile.
- Santísima Trinidad (Asunción) - a barrio (district) in Asunción, Paraguay. The football club Sportivo Trinidense is based there.
- La Santísima Trinidad de Paraná, a former Jesuit mission in Paraguay.
- One of several Spanish Ships including:
- Santísima Trinidad, a 400 ton galleon commanded by Captain Francisco de Peralta, which escaped with the Panama treasure when Sir Henry Morgan attacked Panama City in January 1671. It was captured by English buccaneers in April 1680, renamed Trinity and used as their flagship. (See Howse, Derek, and Norman J. W. Thrower, editors A Buccaneer's Atlas: Basil Ringrose's South Sea Waggoner. Berkeley: University of California Press, c1992 1992.)
- Spanish ship Santísima Trinidad (1751) - largest of the Manila galleons; officially named Santísima Trinidad y Nuestra Señora del Buen Fin. Captured by the British in 1762.
- Spanish ship Nuestra Señora de la Santísima Trinidad (1769) - world's largest warship in its time, until it sank after the Battle of Trafalgar (1805).
- On of several warships of other nations, including:
- ARA Santísima Trinidad, a frigate that participated in the Argentine War of Independence. In 1815-16 Santísima Trinidad was commanded by Miguel Brown, and then by Admiral William Brown. (See mundoandino.com Hippolyte de Bouchard)
- ARA Santísima Trinidad (1948) - ex-HMS Caicos (K505), a patrol frigate of the U.S. Tacoma class, which served in the Armada Republica Argentina from 1948 to 1969. In 1963 it became a survey vessel and was renamed Comodoro Augusto Lasserre.
- ARA Santísima Trinidad (1974), a Type 42 destroyer, of the Armada Republica Argentina.
Santisima Trinidad may also refer to:
- Buenos Aires, Argentina - its original name in 1560 was Ciudad de la Santísima Trinidad, Puerto de Buenos Aires.
- Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Buenos Aires - Santísima Trinidad was an alternative title in the early 20th century.
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