Look up Waterloo or waterloo in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Waterloo may refer to: Battle of Waterloo, a battle fought in 1815 near Waterloo, Belgium, in which Napoleon I met his final defeat, Anyone's final defeat can be idiomatically called their "Waterloo", Contents 1 Places 1.1 Australia, 1.2 Belgium, 1.3 Canada, 1.4 Hong Kong, 1.5 New Zealand, 1.6 Sierra Leone, 1.7 United Kingdom, 1.8 United States, 1.9 Antarctic, , 2 Music, 3 Films, 4 Other uses, 5 See also, Places: With the exception of Waterloo, Belgium, all are named in honor of the battle. Australia: Waterloo, New South Wales, Waterloo, South Australia, Waterloo, Victoria, Waterloo, Western Australia, Belgium: Waterloo, Belgium, location of the battle, Canada: Waterloo, Nova Scotia, Waterloo, Ontario, a city Waterloo (electoral district), Regional Municipality of Waterloo in Ontario, University of Waterloo, , Waterloo, Quebec, Hong Kong: Waterloo Road, Kowloon, Waterloo Station or Yau Ma Tei (MTR), a station on the Hong Kong metro system, New Zealand: Waterloo, New Zealand Waterloo Interchange (Hutt Central) Railway Station, , Sierra Leone: Waterloo, Sierra Leone, United Kingdom: Waterloo, London, an area of the London Borough of Lambeth London Waterloo station, mainline station, Waterloo tube station, London Underground station, Waterloo Memorial, another name for Wellington's Column, , Waterloo, Caerphilly, Waterloo, Dorset, Waterloo, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, Waterloo, North Lanarkshire, a suburb of Wishaw, Waterloo, Perth and Kinross, Waterloo, Merseyside Waterloo (UK Parliament constituency), , Waterloo Monument, a 150 foot memorial to the battle in the Scottish Borders, United States: Waterloo, Alabama, Waterloo, California, Waterloo, Illinois Waterloo Historic District (Waterloo, Illinois), a district listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Illinois, , Waterloo, Indiana, in DeKalb County, Waterloo (Amtrak station), a train station in Waterloo, Indiana, Waterloo, Fayette County, Indiana, Waterloo, Johnson County, Indiana, Waterloo, Iowa, Waterloo, Louisiana, Waterloo (Princess Anne, Maryland), a 1750 historic home in Princess Anne, Somerset County, Maryland, Waterloo State Recreation Area, a state park in Michigan, Waterloo, Missouri, Waterloo, Nebraska, Waterloo, New Hampshire, Waterloo Historic District (Warner, New Hampshire), Waterloo Village, New Jersey, Waterloo (Andover, New Jersey), listed on the NRHP in New Jersey, Waterloo, Luna County, New Mexico Ghost Town, Waterloo (town), New York Waterloo (village), New York, , Waterloo (Albertson, North Carolina), listed on the NRHP in North Carolina, Waterloo, Ohio, Waterloo, Oregon, Waterloo, South Carolina, Waterloo, Texas (former name for Austin, Texas), Waterloo, Clarke County, Virginia, Waterloo, Fauquier County, Virginia, Waterloo, New Kent County, Virginia, Waterloo, Grant County, Wisconsin, a town, Waterloo, Jefferson County, Wisconsin, a town Waterloo, Wisconsin, a city within the town of Waterloo in Jefferson County, Waterloo Downtown Historic District, listed on the NRHP in Wisconsin, , Antarctic: King George Island (Antarctica) or Waterloo, an island in the South Shetland Islands, Music: Waterloo (album), a 1974 album by ABBA, "Waterloo" (ABBA song), "Waterloo" (Iced Earth song), "Waterloo" (Stonewall Jackson song), Waterloo Music Company, a Canadian music publishing and musical instrument retailing firm, Waterloo Records, an independent music store in Austin, Texas, Films: Waterloo (1929 film), a 1929 German film directed by Karl Grune, Waterloo (1970 film), a 1970 film on the battle starring Christopher Plummer and Rod Steiger, Other uses: Waterloo (video game), a 1989 strategic computer game by PSS, Waterloo (cheese), a British cheese, Waterloo Gasoline Engine Company, Waterloo Hydrogeologic, a groundwater software, training and consulting company, HMS Waterloo, the name of two ships of the Royal Navy, and one planned one, Waterloo (game), a 1962 Avalon Hill board wargame of the battle, Waterloo R.F.C., a rugby union club based in Blundellsands, Merseyside, England

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