Santa Isabel

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Santa Isabel is the Spanish and Portuguese name of one of two Catholic Church saints, Isabelle of France and Elizabeth of Portugal. Various places have been named for the latter of the two. These include:

Argentina Argentina:

Brazil Brazil:

Cape Verde Cape Verde:

Colombia Colombia:

Cuba Cuba

  • Santa Isabel de las Lajas, historical and cultural name of the city of Lajas, Cuba

Equatorial Guinea Equatorial Guinea:

  • Former name of Malabo, the country's capital
  • Former name of Pico Basilé, highest mountain in Equatorial Guinea

Mexico Mexico:

Panama Panama:

Philippines Philippines

Portugal Portugal

Solomon Islands Solomon Islands:

United States United States:

Venezuela Venezuela: