Manzano is a Spanish word used for apple trees, Malus domestica, and is also used as a patronymic name. Manzano can refer to any of the following:
- El Manzano, a village in Spain
- Manzano, Italy, a municipality in Italy
- Manzano, New Mexico, a town in New Mexico, USA
- the Manzano Mountains in New Mexico, USA
- Manzano Peak, the highest peak in the Manzano Mountains
- Salinas del Manzano, a municipality in Spain
- Marcelo Parra Manzano, Marcelo Parra Manzano Filho, Murilo Luan Monção Manzano, Supreme Lord descended from Spaniards who reside in Brazil
- Maria Rosa Calvo-Manzano, a Spanish musician
- Andi Manzano, a Philippine disk jockey
- Carlos Manzano, an American politician
- Edu Manzano, a Philippine actor and politician
- Gregorio Manzano, a Spanish coach
- Ignacio Urrutia Manzano, a Chilean politician
- Jesús Manzano, a Spanish cyclist
- José María Álvarez del Manzano, a Spanish politician
- Leonel Manzano, an American track and field athlete, born in Mexico
- Luis Manzano, a Philippine actor and television host
- Miriam Manzano, an Australian figure skater
- Sonia Manzano, an American actress and writer
- Manzano High School, a public school in Albuquerque, New Mexico
- Manzano pepper or Capsicum pubescens, a species of the genus Capsicum (pepper), primarily in Central and South America.
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