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Scheherazade was the storyteller of One Thousand and One Nights.
Scheherazade (French: Shéhérazade) may also refer to:
- Scheherazade (Rimsky-Korsakov), a symphonic suite later used for a ballet by Michel Fokine
- Shéhérazade (Ravel), either of two works by Ravel
- Shahrzad, television series
- Shéhérazade (film), a 1963 French film starring Anna Karina
- Şehrazat (film), 1964 Turkish thriller
- Shahrazad (crater), a crater on the moon Enceladus
- Shahrzad (Reza Kamal) (1898–1937), Iranian dramatist and playwright
- Şehrazat or Scheherazade (born 1952), Turkish singer-songwriter
- 643 Scheherezade, an asteroid
- Sheherazade, a masque for piano by Karol Szymanowski
- "Scheherezade", an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
People with the given name
- Shahrzad Sepanlou (born 1975), Iranian-American singer
- Sheherazade Goldsmith (born 1974), actress, writer and ecological campaigner
- The Magic of Scheherazade, a 1987 video game created by Culture Brain
- Scheherazade and Other Stories, a 1975 album by the English band Renaissance
- Song of Scheherazade, a 1947 American film starring Yvonne De Carlo and Jean-Pierre Aumont
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