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Savoy is a historical region in western Europe.
Savoy or The Savoy may also refer to:
- County of Savoy, a Middle Ages county near where modern Switzerland, Italy and France meet.
- Duchy of Savoy, a duchy in the Italian peninsula during the Middle Ages
- House of Savoy, dynasty of nobles who traditionally had their domain there
- Savoy, a zone of Sliema, Malta
- Savoy Estate, Gauteng, a suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa
- Liberty of the Savoy, United Kingdom
- Savoy, Illinois, U.S.
- Savoy, Massachusetts, U.S.
- Savoy, Texas, U.S.
- Savoy, Wisconsin, U.S., a ghost town
- Kettering Savoy, Kettering, UK
- Safari Cinema or the Savoy in Croydon, UK, demolished 2005
- Savoy Ballroom (Chicago), in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
- Savoy Ballroom, in Harlem, Manhattan, New York City, U.S.
- Savoy Chapel, London, UK
- Savoy Cinema, Dublin, Ireland
- Savoy Hotel (Moscow), Russia
- Savoy Hotel (Mussoorie), built in 1902 on a hill station in Uttarakhand, India
- Savoy Hotel, London, UK
- Savoy Palace, London, UK
- Savoy Pier, London, UK
- Savoy Theatre, Monmouth, UK
- Savoy Theatre, London, UK
- The Savoy Theatre/Cinema, now The Deco, Northampton, UK
- The Savoy (Indianapolis, Indiana), a National Register of Historic Places listing in Center Township, Marion County, Indiana, U.S.
- Savoy (band), a Norwegian-American rock trio
- Savoy opera, a style of comic opera
- Savoy Records, an American jazz record label
- Savoy Family Band, a Louisiana Cajun band
- Hotel Savoy (novel), a novel by Joseph Roth
- The Savoy (periodical), an 1896 London literary magazine
- Savoy cabbage, a type of cabbage which has curly leaves
- Savoy Operation, 1975 PLO terrorist attack at the Savoy Hotel, Tel-Aviv, Israel
- Savoy Pictures, an independent motion picture company in operation from 1992 to 1997
- Plymouth Savoy, an American automobile
- 6th Mechanized Infantry Regiment “Saboya” or Regiment of Savoy Nº 6, a mechanized infantry unit in the Spanish Army
- Savoy crackers, made by Arnott's Biscuits Holdings, sold in South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania, Australia
People with the surname
- Andy Savoy (born 1963), Canadian politician and engineer
- Ann Savoy (born 1952), Louisiana singer-songwriter, musician, record producer, actress
- Gene Savoy (1927–2007), American author and explorer
- Joel Savoy, Louisiana musician
- Marc Savoy (born 1940), Cajun accordionist and accordion maker
- Teresa Ann Savoy (born 1955), British-born actress
- Wilson Savoy (born 1982), Cajun accordionist and pianist
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