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Gothia is a name given to various places where the Goths lived during their migrations:
- Dacia, referred to as Gothia during the fourth century
- Götaland, the traditionally assumed, and possible, homeland of the Goths
- the land of the Crimean Goths, referred to as Gothia by the Byzantines and Askuzai in Semitic sources (Hebrew: Ashkenaz).
- Principality of Theodoro, deriving from the Crimean Goths
- Septimania, land in southern France once inhabited by the Visigoths
- Marca Hispanica, land in northern Spain whose inhabitants were considered Goths and not Franks in the 8th–10th centuries
- Catalonia, the name being possibly derived from "Gothic land"
Gothia may also refer to:
- Gothia Cup, the world's largest annual association football cup by number of contestants, held in Gothenburg
- Gothia Towers, a hotel in Gothenburg.
- Arn de Gothia, a fictional medieval knight created by Jan Guillou
- Gothia, a city on the Euphrates river in the Ramadi (district) of Iraq, between Hit and Ramadi
- Metropolitanate of Gothia, a diocese of the Patriarchate of Constantinople in the Middle Ages
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