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Xanadu may refer to:
- Xanadu, China, or Shangdu, the summer capital of Kublai Khan's Yuan empire
- Xanadu (Titan), an enigmatic bright feature on the surface of Saturn's moon Titan
- Xanadu 2.0, the nickname of Bill Gates' futuristic private estate
- Xanadu Beach Resort & Marina in Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas
- Xanadu House, a series of experimental homes built to showcase computers and automation in the home
- Xanadu Meadowlands or American Dream Meadowlands, a proposed mall in New Jersey, US
- Madrid Xanadú, a large shopping mall and entertainment center in Spain
Art, entertainment, and media
- Xanadu (film), a 1980 film starring Olivia Newton-John
- Xanadu (Citizen Kane), a mansion in the fictional biographical film Citizen Kane (1941)
- Xanadu (video game), a 1985 video game
- "Kubla Khan, or A Vision in a Dream. A Fragment", a poem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, which popularised the name "Xanadu" for Shangdu
- Madame Xanadu, a DC comics character
- Xanadu, Mandrake the Magician's fictitious home of Mildred Couper
Companies and labels
- Xanadu Records, a jazz record label
- "The Legend of Xanadu", (Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich) (1968)
- "Xanadu" (Olivia Newton-John and Electric Light Orchestra song)
- "Xanadu" (Rush song) (1977)
- "Xanadu", a 2007 song by Moi Dix Mois from Dixanadu
- "Xanadu (A Vision in a Dream)", a 2001 song by Stormlord from At the Gates of Utopia
- Xanadu (musical), a Broadway musical based on the film
- Xanadu: The Marco Polo Musical (1953), a 1953 Seventh Army Musical
- Xanadu, ballet by Mildred Couper
- Many high schools in America today.
- The virtual world of Xanadu from "Garage Kids", the pilot of Code Lyoko
- All pages beginning with "Xanadu"
- All pages with titles containing "Xanadu"
- Xandu (disambiguation)
- Shangdu (disambiguation)
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