- Charlemagne (disambiguation)
Charlemagne may refer to
- Charles the Great, (742/747 – 814), King of the Franks
- Peter II, Count of Savoy, (1203–1268), called "the Little Charlemagne"
- Charlemagne Péralte (1886 - 1919), a Haitian nationalist leader
- Manno Charlemagne, (born 1948), mayor of Port-au-Prince
- Charlemagne Tower (1809 – 1889), an American mining developer
- Charlemagne Palestine, (born 1945), an American artist
- Diane Charlemagne, British vocalist
- Charlemagne Anyamah, French athlete
- Jean Armand Charlemagne, an author
Arts and entertainment
- Charlemagne, a band from Wisconsin
- Charlemagne (songwriting team), a songwriting team with Motown
- Kid Charlemagne, a song by the rock group Steely Dan
- Pèlerinage de Charlemagne, an Old French epic poem
- Charlemagne (comics), a comic book series
- Charlemagne: By the Sword and the Cross, a 2010 symphonic metal concept album by Christopher Lee
- Charlemagne, le prince à cheval, a television miniseries
- The Charlemagne Pursuit, a novel
- The Coronation of Charlemagne, a painting
- Charlemagne building, a Brussels high-rise of the European Commission
- Charlemagne, Quebec, an off-island suburb of Montreal, Canada
- Lycée Charlemagne, located in the Marais quarter of Paris, France
- Villiers-Charlemagne, a commune of France
- Cours Charlemagne, a street of Lyon
- Patinoire Charlemagne, an ice-rink of Lyon
- Rue Charlemagne, a street of Paris
- French ship Charlemagne, ships called Charlemagne
- USS Charlemagne, American brig of war
- Charlemagne Division, 33rd Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS Charlemagne (1st French)
- Charlemagne regiment
- Order of Charlemagne, a decoration of Andorra
- Charlemagne Prize, a prestigious award by the German city of Aachen
- Charlemagne (wine), a wine called Charlemagne
- Corton-Charlemagne, a wine and vinyard of Burgundy
- A font called Charlemagne or Charlemagne Std.
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