Réveillon (disambiguation)


Réveillon (disambiguation)

Réveillon may refer to:

* Réveillon, a long dinner, and possibly party, held on the evenings preceding Christmas Day and New Year's Day, in France and some other French-speaking countries

Réveillon is the name of two communes in France:
* Réveillon, Marne, in the Marne "département"
* Réveillon, Orne, in the Orne "département"

Réveillon is the name of two rivers in France:
* Réveillon (Yerres), tributary of the Yerres River, crossing the Seine-et-Marne and the Val-de-Marne departments
* Réveillon (Epte), tributary of the Epte, crossing the Oise and the Eure departments

Réveillon is a surname:
* Jean-Baptiste Réveillon
** Reveillon riot

Réveillon is also:
* "Le Réveillon", a play by Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halévy which became the basis for "Die Fledermaus"


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