Servia or Servian may refer to :
* Historical English (via Greek language) term used in relation with Serbia, Serbs or the Serbian language
* Servia, Greece
* Servia, Indiana, United States
* Servia, Washington, in Adams County, Washington, United States
* Servia, West Virginia in Braxton County, West Virginia, United States
* Servian, Hérault, a commune of the Hérault département in France
* SS "Servia", a 19th century British ship of the Cunard Line
* Servian Wall, a wall built through southern Rome when Rome was still a city state
* Oriol Servià, an IndyCar driver

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