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Gotthard or Saint Gotthard (Italian: San Gottardo) may refer to:
- Gotthard of Hildesheim (960–1038), a Roman Catholic saint
- Saint-Gotthard Massif, a mountain range in Switzerland
- Gotthard nappe, the geological structure underneath the Saint-Gotthard Massif
- Gotthard Pass, a mountain pass between Airolo (Ticino) and Andermatt (Uri) in Switzerland
- Tunnels underneath Gotthard Pass:
- Gotthard railway line, a trans-alpine railway line in Switzerland
- Sankt Gotthard im Mühlviertel, a village in Upper Austria
- Szentgotthárd, a town in Western Hungary
- Gotthard (band), a Swiss hard rock band
- Gottardo (train), a train crossing the Gotthard railway
- Battle of Saint Gotthard (1664), a battle in the Austro-Turkish War fought near Szentgotthárd
- Battle of Saint Gotthard (1705), a battle in Rákóczi's War for Independence fought near Szentgotthárd
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