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Magdalena is the original version of the name Magdalene (the surname of Mary Magdalene), and is used in Czech, German, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Spanish, Croatian, Macedonian, Serbian, Bulgarian, Polish, Slovak, Georgian, Slovene among other languages.

Magdalena may also refer to:

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"Magdalena", a song by Donny Hathaway from the 1973 album "Extension of a Man"

  • "Magdalena", a song by Brandon Flowers from his 2010 album Flamingo
  • "Magdalena" a song by dEUS from their 1999 album the ideal crash
  • "Magdalena" a song by Willie Nile from his 2009 album House Of A Thousand Guitars
  • "Magdalena" a song by Danny O'Keefe from his 1973 album Breezy Stories
  • "Magdalena", a song by A Perfect Circle from their 2000 album Mer de Noms
  • "Magdalena", a song by Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention from the 1972 live album, Just Another Band from LA
  • "Magalenha", a song by Sergio Mendes on Brasileiro which won the 1993 Grammy Award for Best World Music Album
  • "Magdalena", a song by David Gray on "Sell, Sell, Sell" released April 16, 1996
  • "Asilos Magdelena", a song by The Mars Volta on "Amputechture" released September 12, 2006
  • "Magdalena", a song by Pixies on EP2, released January 2014
  • "Sweet Magdalena of My Misfortune", a song by Cracker from the 2002 album Forever
  • "Magdalena 318" a song by The Pixies from their 2014 album Indie Cindy
  • "Magdalena", a song by Gloc 9 ft. Rico Blanco from 2014 [Filipino Music]

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  • Magdalena, Buenos Aires, the district capital of Magdalena Partido in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina
  • Magdalena Partido, partido located in the north eastern part of Buenos Aires Province, Argentina











  • Magdalena was the original name of the island of Tobago, derived from the name of one of Christopher Columbus’ ships, and the name pays homage to the island’s rich history, tradition, and people.

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