Saint Lucia (disambiguation)

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Saint Lucia is an island country in the Caribbean

Saint Lucy, a Christian saint known as Santa Lucia in Italian, Sankta Lucia in Swedish and Santa Lucía in Spanish, has given her name to many places, and things that take their names from those places:

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Argentina[edit]

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Chile[edit]

Colombia[edit]

Cuba[edit]

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Guatemala[edit]

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Malta[edit]

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Panama[edit]

Perú[edit]

  • Santa Lucía, Ferreñafe Ferreñafe Province, The city of Ferreñafe, capital of the province of the same name. Located in the Lambayeque Region, it was founded as the City of Santa Lucía de Ferreñafe on December 13, 1550 by Spanish Captain Alonso De Osorio in honor of the saint.

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