Saint Vincent


Saint Vincent

Saint Vincent may refer to:

Places

*São Vicente, a municipalty in Madeira
*Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
*Saint Vincent (island), the main island of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
*Saint-Vincent-de-Paul, Quebec, a borough in Laval, Quebec, Canada
*São Vicente, Cape Verde (see also other Portuguese occurrences of São Vicente)
*St. Vincent Island, Florida
*Saint-Vincent, Italy, a municipality of the Aosta Valley, in Italy
*Cabo de São Vicente, the southwesternmost point of Europe and location of the Battle of Cape St. Vincent (1780)

People

*Saint Vincent de Paul
*Saint Vincent Ferrer
*Saint Vincent of Lérins
*Saint Vincent Madelgarus
*Saint Vincent of Saragossa
*Saint Vincent Pallotti
*Saints Vincent, Orontius, and Victor
*Saints Vincent Liem the Nguyen, Vincent Duong, Vincent Tuong, and Vincent Yen Do of the Vietnamese Martyrs
* Grégoire de Saint-Vincent, a 17th-century mathematician.
*John Jervis, 1st Earl of St Vincent
*St. Vincent, the stage name for Annie Clark, an American multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter

Things

*HMS St Vincent (1815)
*HMS St. Vincent (1908)
*St. Vincent class battleship
*Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania
*St Vincent College in Gosport, England
*St. Vincent-Ein Kerem in Jerusalem
*St. Vincent Health, an Indiana-based health care provider
*St Vincent's Quarter, an area of Sheffield City Centre, England
*Saint Vincent's Catholic Medical Center in New York City
*St. Vincent's Hospital (disambiguation)
*The Boys of St. Vincent, a 1993 docudrama film

France

Saint-Vincent is the name or part of the name of several communes in France:
* Saint-Vincent, Haute-Garonne, in the Haute-Garonne "département"
* Saint-Vincent, Haute-Loire, in the Haute-Loire "département"
* Saint-Vincent, Puy-de-Dôme, in the Puy-de-Dôme "département"
* Saint-Vincent, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques "département"
* Saint-Vincent, Tarn-et-Garonne, in the Tarn-et-Garonne "département"

* Saint-Vincent-Bragny, in the Saône-et-Loire "département"
* Saint-Vincent-Cramesnil, in the Seine-Maritime "département"
* Saint-Vincent-de-Barbeyrargues, in the Hérault "département"
* Saint-Vincent-de-Barrès, in the Ardèche "département"
* Saint-Vincent-de-Boisset, in the Loire "département"
* Saint-Vincent-de-Connezac, in the Dordogne "département"
* Saint-Vincent-de-Cosse, in the Dordogne "département"
* Saint-Vincent-de-Durfort, in the Ardèche "département"
* Saint-Vincent-de-Lamontjoie, in the Lot-et-Garonne "département"
* Saint-Vincent-de-Mercuze, in the Isère "département"
* Saint-Vincent-de-Paul, Gironde, in the Gironde "département"
* Saint-Vincent-de-Paul, Landes, in the Landes "département"
* Saint-Vincent-de-Pertignas, in the Gironde "département"
* Saint-Vincent-de-Reins, in the Rhône "département"
* Saint-Vincent-de-Salers, in the Cantal "département"
* Saint-Vincent-des-Bois, in the Eure "département"
* Saint-Vincent-des-Landes, in the Loire-Atlantique "département"
* Saint-Vincent-des-Prés, Saône-et-Loire, in the Saône-et-Loire "département"
* Saint-Vincent-des-Prés, Sarthe, in the Sarthe "département"
* Saint-Vincent-de-Tyrosse, in the Landes "département"
* Saint-Vincent-d'Olargues, in the Hérault "département"
* Saint-Vincent-du-Boulay, in the Eure "département"
* Saint-Vincent-du-Lorouër, in the Sarthe "département"
* Saint-Vincent-du-Pendit, in the Lot "département"
* Saint-Vincent-en-Bresse, in the Saône-et-Loire "département"
* Saint-Vincent-Jalmoutiers, in the Dordogne "département"
* Saint-Vincent-la-Châtre, in the Deux-Sèvres "département"
* Saint-Vincent-la-Commanderie, in the Drôme "département"
* Saint-Vincent-le-Paluel, in the Dordogne "département"
* Saint-Vincent-les-Forts, in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence "département"
* Saint-Vincent-Lespinasse, in the Tarn-et-Garonne "département"
* Saint-Vincent-Rive-d'Olt, in the Lot "département"
* Saint-Vincent-Sterlanges, in the Vendée "département"
* Saint-Vincent-sur-Graon, in the Vendée "département"
* Saint-Vincent-sur-Jabron, in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence "département"
* Saint-Vincent-sur-Jard, in the Vendée "département"
* Saint-Vincent-sur-l'Isle, in the Dordogne "département"
* Saint-Vincent-sur-Oust, in the Morbihan "département"

* Jonquières-Saint-Vincent, in the Gard "département"


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