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Saint-Hubert may refer to:
- Saint Hubertus, also known as Saint Hubert, was appointed Bishop of Liège in 708 A.D.
- Saint-Hubert, Belgium, a municipality in the Belgian province of Luxembourg
- Saint-Hubert Air Base (Base de Saint-Hubert), a military airport located northeast of Saint-Hubert
- Saint-Hubert Airport (Aérodrome de Saint-Hubert), a civilian airport located north of Saint-Hubert
- Saint-Hubert, Quebec, a borough of Longueuil
- St-Hubert, a Canadian restaurant chain
- Saint Hubert Street, a street in Montreal
- Saint-Hubert-de-Rivière-du-Loup, Quebec, a village in the Rivière-du-Loup Regional County Municipality
- Saint-Hubert, Moselle, a village and commune in the Moselle department
- Moulins-Saint-Hubert, a village and commune in the Meuse department
- Château de Saint-Hubert, a royal mansion in Perray-en-Yvelines
- Château de Saint-Hubert (Chavenon), a mansion in Chavenon, Allier
- Rue Saint-Hubert, a street in the 11th arrondissement of Paris where Marie-Anne Asselin had a studio
- Saint-Hubert, Mauritius, a village in Mauritius
Breed of dog:
- Chien de Saint-Hubert, French name for the Bloodhound
- Royal Galleries of Saint-Hubert in Brussels
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