Toledo


Toledo

Toledo, most notably, refers to the following two cities:

*Toledo, Spain, a city and municipality located in central Spain
*Toledo, Ohio, a city in the U.S. state of Ohio named after the Spanish city

Places

;Belize:
*Toledo District
*Toledo Settlement;Brazil:
*Pedro de Toledo, São Paulo
*Toledo, Paraná;Colombia:
*Toledo, Norte de Santander;Philippines:
*Toledo City, Cebu;Spain:
*Toledo, Spain (city)
**Kingdom of Toledo
**Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Toledo
*Toledo (province)
**Toledo (Spanish Congress Electoral District);United States:
*Toledo, Illinois
*Toledo, Iowa
*Toledo, Ohio
*Toledo, Oregon
*Toledo, Washington

People

*Francisco de Toledo, Count of Oropesa (1515–1584), 16th-century Spanish viceroy of Peru
*Francisco Hernández de Toledo (1514-1587), naturalist and court elephant physician to the King of Spain
*Alejandro Toledo (b. 1946), Peruvian president
*Francisco Toledo (b. 1940), contemporary Mexican artist
*Juan Pedro Toledo (b. 1978), Mexican sprint athlete
*Mario Monteforte Toledo (1911–2003), Guatemalan man of letters
*Robson Toledo Machado (b. 1981), Brazilian football (soccer) player

Other

*Mettler Toledo, a manufacturer of scales and instruments
*Toledo, a version of the AMD Athlon 64 X2 CPU
*SEAT Toledo, a compact automobile
*Triumph Toledo, a (defunct) compact automobile
*USS "Toledo" (SSN-769), a U.S. Navy submarine
*USS "Toledo" (CA-133), a U.S. Navy heavy cruiser
*Toledo (K.U. Leuven), a project at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
*"Toledo", a song by Elvis Costello and Burt Bacharach for the 1998 "Painted From Memory" album.
*University of Toledo in Toledo, Ohio.
* The family name Toledano indicates that the bearer's ancestors have likely lived in the Spanish city of this name, though it might be centuries ago.


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