- Colonna (disambiguation)
Colonna is an Italian word for column. The name Colonna may refer to :
- Colonna, Lazio, a comune in the Province of Rome
- Colonna, City of Rome, a rione in Rome
- Capo Colonna, a cape of Calabria.
- Palazzo Colonna, a palatial block of buildings in central Rome
- Castel Colonna, a comune in the Province of Ancona
- Colonna family, a powerful noble family in medieval and renaissance Rome
- Dominique Colonna (b.1928), a French former football goalkeeper
- Francesco Colonna (1433(?) – 1527) an Italian Dominican monk, the author of Hypnerotomachia Poliphili
- Gabrielle Colonna-Romano (1888–1981), French actress
- Giovanni Colonna (b.1934), an Italian scholar of ancient Italy and, in particular, the Etruscan civilization.
- Giovanni Paolo Colonna (c.1637 - 1695), an Italian musician and composer
- Guido Colonna di Paliano (1908–1982), an Italian politician and European Commissioner.
- Jerry Colonna (disambiguation), multiple people
- Vittoria Colonna, 1490–1547, machioness of Pescara, Italian noblewoman, poet, friend of Michelangelo
- Yvan Colonna (b.1960) a Corsican nationalist
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