Bonaventure, or the Latin original form Bonaventura, may refer to:
*the Italian saint,
Bonaventure, Saint Bonaventura, John of Fidanza
*the American college,
St. Bonaventure University, located in Olean, New York.
Bonaventure Hotel, the largest hotel in Los Angeles, California.
Bonaventure Cemeteryin Savannah, Georgia.
Bonaventura Baron, Irish Franciscan theologian, philosopher and writer of Latin prose and verse
Bonaventura Cavalieri, Italian mathematician
Bonaventura Hussey, Irish Franciscan author
Segna di Bonaventura, Italian painter
Bonaventure Kalou, Ivorian footballer
**"Bonaventura" was also the pseudonym of
Ernst August Friedrich Klingemann(1777 - 1831), a German writer and theatre director.
*several places in Quebec:
Bonaventure Regional County Municipality, Quebec
**the city of
**the former federal electoral district of Bonaventure, now part of
**the provincial electoral district of Bonaventure
Place Bonaventurein Montreal which gave its name to the Bonaventure metro station
** The Bonaventure Expressway / Autoroute Bonaventure
**the Canadian aircraft carrier, HMCS "Bonaventure"
**nine warships of the
Royal Navyhave been named HMS "Bonaventure", including a light cruiser of the "Dido"-class, and a galleonthat fought against the Spanish Armada
Bonaventura (VTA)light-rail station in San Jose
*In New York:
St. Bonaventure, New York
St. Bonaventure University
Saint Bonaventure's Collegein Newfoundland
**German exonym for the town of
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