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Columbia is a poetic name for America (in the sense of "European colonies in the New World"), and the feminine personification of the United States of America.

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Associated with the Columbia River





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  • Avondale Mallmarker, formerly Columbia Mall, in Decatur, demolished in 2007


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  • Columbia Pike , State Route 244 in Fairfax and Arlington Counties, just outside Washington, D.C.


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Ships

  • Columbia
  • Columbia , in the service of the Hudson's Bay Company on the Columbia River and Pacific Northwest coast
  • , any of several ships of the US Navy
    • , a group of two protected cruisers used by the United States Navy, 1890-91
    • , a Confederate (and later U.S. Navy) ironclad ram during the Civil War
  • , any of several commissioned vessels of the Canadian Navy
  • Columbia , any of several America's Cup race winners/contenders
  • Lightship Columbia, the first lightship on the Pacific coast of the United States, docked in Astoria, Oregon
  • , a large passenger and automobile ferry in the Alaska Marine Highway System fleet
  • , a historic excursion steamer docked in Ecorse, Michigan, United States


Spacecraft

  • Columbia, the Command/Service Module for the Apollo 11 mission
  • Space Shuttle Columbia, which disintegrated during re-entry in 2003
  • Columbia, a battlestar (fictional spaceship) from both versions of the Battlestar Galactica TV series
  • Columbia , any of three fictional starships in the Star Trek syndication


Other

  • Columbia JL, a large amphibian aircraft built only as three prototypes
  • Columbia, the airplane piloted by Clarence Duncan Chamberlin as the second person to fly solo across the Atlantic
  • Columbia, another name for the 2-4-2 classification of steam locomotives, named for an early locomotive of this type called Columbia


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