Saint Giles (disambiguation)

Saint Giles, St Gilles, St. Giles, or St. Giles' may refer to:

People

* Saint Giles, a 7th-8th century Christian hermit saint
* Saint Giles (Italy) (Sant'Egidio) an Italian hermit of the 10th century
* Blessed Giles (d. ca. 1203), a Cistercian abbot of Castaneda in the Diocese of Astorga, Spain
* Blessed Aegidius of Assisi, also known as 'Blessed Giles

Locations

In the United Kingdom

* St Giles Church, Durham, England
* St Giles' Circus, London, England
* St Giles-without-Cripplegate, London, England
* St Giles in the Fields, London, England
* St Giles', Oxford, England, a street named after a church and the location of a St Giles' Fair
* St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh, Scotland
* Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire, England
* St Giles, Church Road, Rowley Regis, West Midlands
* St Giles' Church, Wrexham, the steeple of which is one of the Seven Wonders of Wales
* St Giles, Godshill, Hampshire
* St Giles Church, Durham in Gilesgate
* St Giles Church, Grimsby
* St Giles' Church, Normanton, Derbyshire
* St. Giles' Church in Elgin, Moray
* St. Giles' Church, Tattenhoe, Milton Keynes, England
* Houghton Saint Giles in Norfolk
* St Giles Church, Willenhall, Walsall, West Midlands
* St Giles Estate, Lincoln

Elsewhere

* Saint Gilles, a municipality of Brussels, Belgium
* Saint Giles Island, Trinidad and Tabago
* Sant'Egidio (church) in Trastevere, Rome, after which the Community of Sant'Egidio is named
* San Gil Church (built 14th-16th centuries), Burgos, Spain
* St Aegidius Church in Bardejov, Slovakia (built 13th-15th centuries)

ee also

* Saint-Gilles, for a list of locations in France


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