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Cassandra is a prophetess in Greek mythology who was blessed with foresight but cursed never to be believed.
Cassandra may also refer to:
Arts and entertainment
- Cassandra (novel), a 1984 novel by Christa Wolf
- "Cassandra" (short story), a 1978 short story by C. J. Cherryh
- Cassandra (album), a 1997 album by Zoar
- "Cassandra" (Theatre of Tragedy song), 1998
- "Cassandra" (ABBA song), 1982
- "Cassandra" (Red Dwarf), an episode of the television series Red Dwarf
- Cassandra (film), a 1987 Australian horror film
- Cassandra: Warrior Angel, a Filipino television series
People and fictional characters
- Cassandra (given name), a given name (including a list of persons and characters with that name)
- João Paulo Cassandra (born 1961), São Toméan politician
- José Cassandra (born 1964), São Toméan politician
- Cassandra Clare, pen name of American young adult fiction writer Judith Rumelt (born 1973)
- William Connor or Cassandra (1909–1967), British journalist
- Cassandra, Georgia, an unincorporated community
- Cassandra, Pennsylvania, a borough in United States
- Cassandreia, Greece, sometimes spelled "Cassandra"
- HMS Cassandra, various Royal Navy ships
- Cassandra (metaphor), a term used in situations in which valid warnings or concerns are dismissed or disbelieved
- Apache Cassandra, a database management system developed by Facebook
- All pages with titles containing Cassandra
- All pages beginning with "Cassandra", including people with the first name Cassandra
- Cassandre (1901–1968), pseudonym of the French graphic designer Adolphe Jean Marie Mouron
- Kassandra (disambiguation)
- Cassie (disambiguation)
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