Maria Anna may refer to:
- Maria Anna of Spain (1606-1646), aka Maria Anna of Austria, daughter of Philip III of Spain and wife of Ferdinand III, Holy Roman Emperor
- Maria Anna of Neuburg (1667-1740), Queen consort of Spain
- Maria Anna of Savoy (1803-1884), daughter of Victor Emmanuel I of Sardinia and wife of Emperor Ferdinand I of Austria
- Maria Anna of Portugal (1843-1884)
- Maria Anna Sophia of Saxony (1728-1797)
- Maria Anna of Bavaria (1805-1877), Queen consort of Saxony
- Maria Anna Mozart, sister of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
- Maria Anna Thekla Mozart, cousin of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
- Maria Anna de Raschenau, eighteenth-century Viennese composer and nun
- Maria Anna von Genzinger (1750-1793), Viennese amateur musician and friend of Joseph Haydn
- Maria Anna Adamberger (1752-1804), Viennese actress
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