- Dulcinea (disambiguation)
Dulcinea is a character in Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes.
Dulcinea may also refer to:
- Dulcinea (album), an album by Toad the Wet Sprocket
- Dulcinea (film), a 1963 film starring Millie Perkins and Cameron Mitchell
- Gaston Baty and starring Ana Mariscal
- Operation Dulcinea, the 1961 Santa Maria hijacking of a Portuguese luxury liner
- Dulcinea the Dragon, a character in the Sonic the Hedgehog series
- "Dulcinea", a song by the post-metal band Isis from the album In the Absence of Truth
- 571 Dulcinea, an asteroid
- Dulcinea Solar Plant, a power plant in Cuenca, Spain
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