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San Marcos is the Spanish name of Saint Mark. It may also refer to:
Towns and cities
- San Marcos, Costa Rica (aka San Marcos de Tarrazú)
- San Marcos, California
- San Marcos, Texas
- San Marcos River, Texas
- Castillo de San Marcos in St. Augustine, Florida; massive Spanish fortification, the oldest extant masonry fort in today's United States
- San Marcos de Apalache Historic State Park, Florida, U.S.; site of a 17th/18th-century Spanish fort along the Gulf Coast; utilized up through the 19th-century American Civil War
- San Marcos (León), former monastery in León
- USS San Marcos (LSD-25), a warship of the United States Navy
- National University of San Marcos, Peru
- San Marcos, a fictional Central American banana republic in the 1971 motion picture Bananas, in an episode of The A-Team, and in a 2014 episode of Archer
- San Marcos de Arica, Chilean football club
- FC San Marcos, Nicaraguan football club
- San Marcos High School (Santa Barbara, California), U.S.
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