Garibaldi (disambiguation)

Garibaldi may refer to:

People

* Giuseppe Garibaldi, Italian revolutionary
* Anita Garibaldi, Giuseppe Garibaldi's wife
* Giuseppe Garibaldi Jr., Giuseppe Garibaldi's son who fought in the Mexican Revolution of 1910
* Giuseppe Garibaldi II, Italian soldier and Giuseppe Garibaldi's grandson
* David Garibaldi, musician

Fictional characters

* Michael Garibaldi, fictional character in the television series "Babylon 5"
* Galleria Garibaldi, fictional character

Places

* Garibaldi, Oregon
* Garibaldi, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
* Mount Garibaldi, British Columbia, Canada
** Garibaldi Névé, British Columbia, Canada
** Garibaldi Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada
** Garibaldi Ranges, British Columbia, Canada
** Garibaldi, British Columbia
* Porto Garibaldi, Italy
* Garibaldi Secondary School, Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada

Others

*"Garibaldi" (film) a 1961 film by Roberto Rossellini
* "Giuseppe Garibaldi", an Italian aircraft carrier
* Italian cruiser Giuseppe Garibaldi (1936), an Italian Light Cruiser of the Second World War, retained by Italian Navy and reconstructed as guided missile cruiser.
* The garibaldi, a fish
* A Garibaldi biscuit
* Garibaldi Volcanic Belt
* Garibaldi Lake Volcanic Field
* Garibaldi, a style of beard (wide, full beard with rounded bottom and integrated moustache)
* Garibaldi, a pop music group
* Garybaldi, an Italian progressive rock band

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