Colonia (plural coloniae) was originally a Roman Empire outpost established in conquered territory to secure it. Eventually, however, the term came to denote the highest status of Roman city.

Colonia may also refer to:

  • Colonia (Palestine), an Arab village destroyed by Haganah forces in April 1948
  • Colonia del Sacramento, the oldest city in Uruguay and a UNESCO World Heritage site
  • Colonia Department, a departamento in south-western Uruguay, where Colonia del Sacramento is the capital
  • Colonia, Yap, a city in Micronesia
  • Colonia, New Jersey
  • Colonia, Oxnard, California
  • Cologne, originally Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensis, Germany's fourth-largest city
  • Colonia, a village in Tritenii de Jos Commune, Cluj County, Romania
  • Colonia (music group), a Croatian dance music group
  • Colonia (Autopsia album), a 2002 compilation album by Autopsia
  • Colonia (A Camp album), the second album by A Camp
  • Colonia (country subdivision)
    • Colonia (Mexico), a neighborhood of large urban areas in Mexico
    • Colonia (United States), a low-income community along the U.S./Mexican border
  • Colonia (ship), a cable vessel that worked on the All Red Line
  • Colonia colonus, bird species whose scientific name is Long-tailed Tyrant

Other articles related to "colonia":

Colonia, Oxnard, California - Gang Injunction
... clothing, and that it was being used as a tool for the slow gentrification of La Colonia (this includes speculation that the gang injunction was instituted simply to allow for the economic viability of the ...
Canal 3 Colonia
... Canal 3 Colonia is an Uruguayan television station that broadcasts from Colonia del Sacramento for that city and part of Buenos Aires on channel 3 ...