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Sousa or Susa occurs in various times and places, having no etymological relation. The most well-known is Susa, an important city of the ancient Middle East which is referenced in the Bible. It may also refer to:




  • Susa, Libya, a Libyan town and seaside resort in the Jabal al Akhdar District
  • Susa, the Berber spelling of Sousse, a Tunisian city in the Sousse Governorate
  • Sūsa, the Arabic spelling of Sousse, a Tunisian city in the Sousse Governorate





  • Susa, an ancient city of the Elamite, Persian and Parthian empires of Iran, located in the lower Zagros Mountains
  • Susa Point, southern Atlantic
  • March of Susa, an alternate name for the March of Turin, a march (territory) covering Susa that was subordinated into the House of Savoy

Other uses[edit]

  • Susa, the nickname for Jesusa Cruz Avilés, a fictional character who is part of the Puerto Rican comedy duo Susa y Epifanio
  • Susa group, a species group of mountain gorillas in Rwanda
  • SUSA, the Scottish University Sailing Association
  • Sousaphone, a wearable tuba associated with John Philip Sousa
  • Sousa Esporte Clube, Brazilian football (soccer) club

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