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Francisco Goya (1746–1828) was a Spanish romantic painter and printmaker.
Goya may also refer to:
- Goya: A Life in Song, a musical by Maury Yeston
- Goya (opera), an opera by Gian Carlo Menotti
- Goya, a biography by Lion Feuchtwanger
- Goya, a biography by Robert Hughes
- Goya Awards, Spain's main national film awards
- Goya Museum, Castres, France
- Goya Foods, a food manufacturer and distributor in the U.S. and Latin America
- Goya (band), a Polish pop group
- Goya (moth), a genus of moth
- Goya (ship), a German ship during World War II
- Goya (surname)
- Goya (wrestler), ring name of Mexican professional wrestler Gloria Alvarado Nava
- SS Goya, a Norwegian ship that carried eastern European refugees to New Zealand in 1951
- Greek Orthodox Youth of America (GOYA), a Greek-American youth group
- 6592 Goya, a Main-belt asteroid
- Goya, the Okinawan and Japanese name of the bitter melon, a tropical and subtropical vine with edible fruit
- Goya, a line of guitars produced by Hagström
- Goya, a nightclub in the former Neues Schauspielhaus, Berlin, Germany
- Goya or the Hard Way to Enlightenment, a 1971 East German film
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