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- Alcázar, a type of palace or fortress in Spain, and sometimes in Portugal and Latin America:
- Alcázar of Segovia, in Castile and León, Spain
- Alcázar of Toledo, in Castile-La Mancha, Spain
- Alcázar of Jerez de la Frontera, in Andalusia, Spain
- Alcázar of Salamanca, in Castile and León, Spain
- Alcázar of Guadalajara, in Castile-La Mancha, Spain
- Alcázar of Madrid, Spain
- Alcázar of Seville, in Andalusia, Spain
- Alcázar Genil (or Alcázar of Granada), in Andalusia, Spain
- Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos (or Alcázar of Córdoba), in Andalusia, Spain
- Castle of Burgos, formerly an Alcázar
- Alcázar of Úbeda, Jaén, in Andalusia, Spain
- Alcázar de Don Diego Colón, former residence of Christopher Columbus's son Diego in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
- Castle Alcázar of Segorbe, disappeared.
- Alcázar de Plasencia, was demolished.
- Alcázar Real de Ciudad Real, disappeared.
- El Alcázar, village in Misiones Province
- Alcázar de San Juan, municipality in the province of Ciudad Real, Castile-La Mancha
- Alcázar del Rey, municipality in the province of Cuenca, Castile-La Mancha
- Alcàsser (Spanish: Alcácer), a town in Valencia
Landmarks not related to Spain
- Alcazar Hotel (disambiguation), historic hotels in Canada and the United States
- Alcazar (Paris) (or Alcazar d'Hiver), a Café-concert located in the Rue du Faubourg Poissonière, Paris
- Alcazar d'Été, a Café-concert located in the Champs-Élysées, Paris
- Alcazar, an events space and restaurant, Viana do Castelo, Portugal
- Paco Alcácer, Spanish footballer
- Alcazar (airline), A proposal to merge Austrian Airlines, KLM, Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) and Swissair
- General Alcazar, a fictional character from The Adventures of Tintin by Hergé
- Roberto Alcázar y Pedrín, a Spanish comic strip from the Franco era
- Alcazar (band), a Swedish europop/dance music group
- Alcazar: The Forgotten Fortress, a 1985 video game by Tom Loughry released for the ColecoVision console and home computers
The game starts with a map on which you move along paths to the various castles in Moorish Spain.
- Siege of the Alcázar of Toledo, in the Spanish Civil War
- El Alcázar, name derived from the above - a newspaper that expressed the views of the búnker, the extreme right that opposed any democratization, during the Spanish transition to democracy
- Alcocer (derives from a diminutive of alcázar), a municipality in Castile-La Mancha, Spain
- Alcocer de Planes (Valencian: Alcosser de Planes), a municipality in Valencia, Spain
- Alcossebre, a town located in the municipality of Alcalà de Xivert, in Valencia, Spain
- Alcazarquivir is the Spanish name of Ksar el-Kebir, location of the battle of Al Kasr al Kebir
- Alcácer-Quibir is the Portuguese name of Kasr el-Kebir, location of the battle of Al Kasr al Kebir
- Alcazar Hotel
- Alcazaba (in Spanish), Portuguese: Alcaçova, Catalan: Alcassaba, from Arabic al-qaṣbah (القصبة), meaning "the walled-fortification (or citadel)"
- Alcalá (also Alcala or Alcalà), from Arabic al qal'a (القلعة) meaning "the citadel (or fortification)"
- Alcantara (Alcántara, Alcântara, Alcàntara, Alcàntera, El-Qantarah, El Kantara), from Arabic al qantara (القنطرة), meaning "the bridge"
- Ruth Walker (22 September 2006). "A wordsmith's holiday". The Christian Science Monitor. Retrieved 11 September 2013.
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