City of God
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- City of God (book) (De Civitate Dei), 5th century book by St. Augustine of Hippo
- City of God (Holland novel), a 1979 historical novel by Cecelia Holland
- City of God (Lins novel) (Cidade de Deus), a 1997 novel by Paulo Lins set in the Rio de Janeiro neighborhood Cidade de Deus (City of God, in Portuguese)
- City of God, a 2000 novel by E. L. Doctorow
- City of God (2002 film) (Cidade de Deus), a 2002 Brazilian film based on Lins' novel
- City of God – 10 Years Later, a 2012 Brazilian documentary about the 2002 film
- City of God (2011 film), an Indian film
- City of the Gods, a 1987 adventure module for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game
- Cidade de Deus, Rio de Janeiro, a neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro
- Cidade de Deus (Osasco), the Banco Bradesco headquarters in Osasco, São Paulo, Brazil
- Mystical City of God, a 17th-century book by María de Ágreda
- Rome, since the the diocese of the city is known as the Holy see and the Pope is the bishop of Rome
- Vatican City, a sovereign state and an enclave within Rome
- Theopolis or Antioch, a former city in Roman times in what is now Turkey called "the cradle of Christianity"
- New Jerusalem, a concept in the Abrahamic religions and Zionism
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