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Saint Helens or Saint Helen's is the name of numerous places dedicated to Saint Flavia Iulia Helena Augusta ("Helen of Constantinople") or, less commonly, to Saint Elen Luyddog ("Helen of Caernarfon").
It may refer to:
- St Helens, Merseyside, England
- St Helen's, Isles of Scilly, an uninhabited island in the Isles of Scilly, United Kingdom
- St Helens, Isle of Wight, England, a village
- St Helens, East Sussex, England
- St Helen's (London), a parish in Bishopsgate, London, England
- St Helen Auckland, also known as St. Helen's Auckland, a village in County Durham
- St Helens railway station (disambiguation), some of which were in or near St Helens, Merseyside
- Mount St. Helens, an active stratovolcano in Washington
- Saint Helens, Kentucky
- Shively, Kentucky, formerly known as Saint Helens
- St. Helens, Oregon, city and county seat
- School of St Helen and St Katharine, an independent school in southern England, also known as St Helen's
- St. Helen's School, Northwood, England, an independent girls school
- St. Helen's Rugby and Cricket Ground in Swansea, Wales
- Baron St Helens, a British peerage title
- St. Helens (film), a 1981 film directed by Ernest Pintoff
- Often abbreviated as St or St.
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