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Tramontana, Tramuntana, or Tramontane may refer to:
- Tramontane, a northern wind (Tramuntana in Catalan and Tramontana in Italian)
- "Tramontane", an instrumental by the rock group Foreigner, from their album "Double Vision". Served as the "B" side to their hit single, "Hot Blooded"
- The Pole star, a visible star
- Tramontane, a science fiction novel by Emil Petaja
- a short story by Gabriel García Márquez, in Strange Pilgrims
- Tramontana (sports car), a Spanish sports car firm
- Serra de Tramuntana, a small mountain chain in Majorca
- 35725 Tramuntana, the name of an asteroid
- Sebi Tramontana (born 1960), jazz trombonist most often associated with avant-garde jazz and free improvisation music
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