Falabella (disambiguation)

Falabella (disambiguation)

Falabella is a Latin American retail store.

Falabella may also refer to:

*Falabella (horse), the smallest horse breed in the world
*Débora Falabella, a Brazilian actress
*Miguel Falabella, a Brazilian actor

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