Marengo may refer to:

  • The Battle of Marengo, in 1800 in northern Italy
  • French ship Marengo
  • Chicken Marengo, a food dish
  • Marengo (genus), a genus of jumping spiders
  • Marengo (horse), Napoleon's horse
  • Marengo (racehorse), in the 1847 Grand National Steeplechase
  • Rocío Marengo, an Argentinian model, actress, and dancer, who has appeared on a number of reality shows in South America
  • Fiat Marengo, a mid-sized car-based van from Italian manufacturer Fiat
  • Marengo (vermouth), a brand of vermouth produced in Ukraine at Koblevo winery

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Marengo, Alabama - Geography
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Carl Lundgren - Early Years
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Luigi Marengo
... Luigi Marengo (born February 3, 1928 in Gallarate, Province of Varese died January 5, 2010) was a 20th century Italian painter ... Marengo's paintings have been displayed throughout Italy and around the world, including at the Grand Palais Museum in Paris, France and The Contemporary ... In his early years, Marengo was most inspired by the natural landscapes found in and around Northern Italy ...