A dragon is a snake-like legendary creature that appears in the folklore of many cultures around the world.
Dragon may also refer to:
- Dragon, Utah, United States, a ghost town in the US state of Utah.
- Dragon Cone, a volcano in the Canadian province of British Columbia.
- Dragon Hill, Uffington, a mountain in England, United Kingdom
- "The Dragon", a section of U.S. 129 between Deals Gap, North Carolina, and Punkin Center, Tennessee, in the United States
- The Dragon, a grouping of galaxies in the field of Abell 370
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