Saint-Simon (or Saint Simon) can refer to various things:
Saint-Simon is part of the name of several communities around the world.
- Saint-Simon, Bas-Saint-Laurent, Quebec, a parish municipality in the Les Basques Regional County Municipality in the Bas-Saint-Laurent region of Quebec
- Saint-Simon, Montérégie, Quebec, a municipality in southwestern Quebec on the Yamaska River in Les Maskoutains Regional County Municipality
- Saint-Simon, New Brunswick, a settlement in Gloucester County, New Brunswick
- Saint-Simon-les-Mines, Quebec, a municipality in the Municipalité régionale de comté de Beauce-Sartigan in Quebec, Canada
- Saint-Simon, Aisne, in the Aisne département
- Saint-Simon, Cantal, in the Cantal département
- Saint-Simon, Charente, in the Charente département
- Saint-Simon, Lot, in the Lot département
- Saint-Simon-de-Bordes, in the Charente-Maritime département
- Saint-Simon-de-Pellouaille, in the Charente-Maritime département
United States of America
- Saint-Simon Foundation, a defunct French think tank
- Simon the Zealot, one of the apostles of Jesus, canonized
- Simon the Athonite, or Simon the Myrrhbearer, founder of Simonopetra, the monastery of Mount Athos, canonized
- Louis de Rouvroy, duc de Saint-Simon, courtier in the court of Louis XIV and writer of memoirs thereof
- Claude Henri de Rouvroy, comte de Saint-Simon, utopian socialist and originator of Saint-Simonism
- San Simón, a Latin American folk saint
- Simon the Tanner, after whom the cave church in Egypt is named
- St. Simon, a famous racehorse
- Saint-Simonism, an early socialist philosophy
- Saint Simeon (disambiguation)
- Simon of Trent, canonized 1575 (approximate)
- The Shins' album Chutes Too Narrow, which contains the song "Saint Simon"
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