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Santa Croce is Italian for "Holy Cross" and may refer to:
- Santa Croce (Venice), one of the six sestieri (districts) of Venice, Italy.
- The Pontifical University of the Holy Cross (Italian: Pontificia Università della Santa Croce) in Rome, Italy.
- Many churches, including:
- Santa Croce, Florence
- Santa Croce della Foce, Gubbio
- Santa Croce, Lecce
- Santa Croce, Parma
- Santa Croce, Padua
- Santa Croce in Fossabanda, Pisa
- Santa Croce e San Bonaventura alla Pilotta, Rome
- Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, Rome, 325
- Santa Croce alla Lungara, Rome, 1619
- Santa Croce degli Armeni, Venice, 1688
- Santa Croce in Via Flaminia, Rome, 1914
- House of Santacroce, a noble Roman family. To this belongs among others:
- Prospero Santacroce, 16th-century cardinal
- Fabiano Santacroce (born 1986), Italian Brazilian football player
- Isabella Santacroce (born 1970), Italian novelist
- Girolamo Santacroce, a 16th-century Italian sculptor and painter
- Michele Giorgia Santacroce et de Cailleux, born 1949, author.
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