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All Saints' Day is a Christian holiday.
All Saints, All Saints Day or Feast of All Saints may also refer to:
Art and entertainment
- All Saints (group), an English-Canadian girl group
- All Saints (All Saints album)
- All Saints (David Bowie album)
- "All Saints" (David Bowie song)
- All Saints Records, a British record label
- "All St. Day", a song by ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead from The Secret of Elena's Tomb
- All Saints (TV series), an Australian hospital drama
- The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day, a 2009 film
- The Feast of All Saints (novel), a 1979 novel by Anne Rice
- All Saints, Devon, a civil parish in Devon, England
- All Saints, Wolverhampton, an inner city area of Wolverhampton, West Midlands, England
- Allhallows, Kent, a village in Kent, England, named after its church
- All Saints DLR station, a railway station in East London, England
- All Saints, Antigua and Barbuda, a town on the island of Antigua
- All Saints Estate Winery, a winery in Victoria, Australia.
- Aureus University School of Medicine, formerly All Saints University of Medicine, Oranjestad
- All Saints Anglican School in Gold Coast, Queensland
- All Saints Catholic Secondary School, Whitby, Ontario
- All Saints Catholic High School (Ontario), Ottawa, Ontario
- All Saints Catholic Elementary School, Markham, Ontario
- All Saints University School of Medicine, Roseau, Dominica
- United Kingdom
- All Saints Catholic School, Dagenham, England
- All Saints Catholic School, West Wickham, England
- All Saints Church of England School, Wyke Regis, Dorset, England
- All Saints Roman Catholic School, York, England
- United States
- All Saints GAC, a Gaelic Athletic Association football club
- AllSaints, a British high street retailer
- All Hallows (disambiguation)
- All Saints Church (disambiguation)
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