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Polis, the Greek word for 'city', may refer to:
- Polis, an ancient Greek city-state
- Constantinople, known as Η Πόλις The City
- Polis, Cyprus, a town in Paphos District, Cyprus
- Polis or Stimboli, Crete, the medieval and Ottoman name of ancient Lappa or Lampa, modern Argyroupoli (Rethymno)
- Polis, Albania, a village in central Albania
- Polisen, the Swedish name of the Swedish police
- Polis, the Turkish name of the Turkish National Police
- Jared Polis, Colorado politician and entrepreneur
- POLIS (LSE Journalism Think Tank), Journalism think tank at the Media and Communications Department of the London School of Economics (2006-)
- Polis Institute – The Jerusalem Institute of Languages and Humanities
- The Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS) at the University of Cambridge.
From other roots:
- Polis (star), a traditional name for the star Mu Sagittarii
- Polis (film) a 2014 American short film
- In a variety of languages, polis means, or is a slang term for, police
- Polis (album) by the French electronic artist Uppermost
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