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Cadiz or Cádiz may also refer to:
- Areas of Spain near the city
- Gulf of Cadiz, the arm of the Atlantic nearby
- Bay of Cadiz, the body of water between the city's main island and the mainland
- Bay of Cadiz (comarca), the Spanish county on the mainland beside Cadiz
- Cadiz (province), the Spanish province including Cadiz (locally //)
- Cadiz (Spanish Congress Electoral District), electoral district for the Congress of Deputies
- Cádiz (Andalusian Parliament Electoral District), electoral district for the Parliament of Andalusia
- Cadiz (wine region), the Spanish terroir around Cadiz
- Other places
- Cadiz, Negros Occidental, in the Philippines
- Cadiz, California, in the United States
- Cadiz Dry Lake nearby
- Cadiz, Illinois
- Cadiz, Indiana, in the United States
- Cadiz, Kentucky, in the United States locally //
- Cadiz, Ohio, in the United States locally //
- Cadiz CF (Cádiz Club de Fútbol), a soccer team based in Cadiz, Spain.
Facilities and sites
- Nueva Cádiz, an archaeological site in Venezuela
- Cadiz Solar Power Plant, a solar power plant in Cadiz, Negros Occidental, Philippines
- Cádiz solar power plant, a solar power plant in Spain operated by Endesa
Ships and vehicles
- Amoco Cadiz, an oil tanker that sank in 1978, causing the fifth-largest oil spill in history.
- HMS Cadiz, two ships of the British Royal Navy.
- "Cadiz" (Albéniz), a composition by Isaac Albéniz
- CADIZ, an acronym for the Canadian Air Defense Identification Zone.
- CADiZ, software tools for working with Z notation.
- Cadiz Stradivarius, an antique violin crafted by Antonio Stradivari in 1722.
- Battle of Cádiz (disambiguation), the name of several battles near Cadiz
- Cadiz, Inc., a Los Angeles-based resource-management company, with land in Cadiz Valley
- Cadiz water project, proposed project from Cadiz Inc. to drain and sell Mojave Desert water
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