Pannonia may refer to:
- the Pannonian Basin, a geomorphological feature and historical region in East-Central Europe.
Historical territories in the Pannonian Basin:
- Pannonia, a historical Roman province
- Diocese of Pannonia, Roman diocese
- Pannonia, Byzantine Empire, Byzantine province
- Duchy of Pannonia, a Slavic principality vassal to the Franks that existed in the 8th and 9th century
- the territory of the medieval kingdom of Hungary was contemporarily still known as Pannonia, the king of Hungary being called rex Pannoniae (or Pannonicorum) in medieval Latin.
- 1444 Pannonia, an asteroid
- Pannonian (stage), the Paratethys domain (Central Europe, west Asia) in the stratigraphy
- Pannonia, a part of the surface of the asteroid 21 Lutetia
- Pannonie, an old Cistercian farm near Rocamadour in France, and a castle built in the 15th and 18th century
- PannóniaFilm, the largest animation studio in Hungary
- Pannónia, a brand of motorcycles manufactured in Hungary
- Pannonia Federal Credit Union, a non-profit financial institution chartered in 1938 in the greater Philadelphia area
- Upper Pannonia, Roman province (name later also used for Frankish territory and Austria)
- Lower Pannonia, Roman province (name later also used for Frankish territory)
- Pannonia Prima, Roman province
- Pannonia Valeria, Roman province
- Pannonia Savia, Roman province
- Pannonia Secunda, Roman province
- Pannonian Sea, an ancient sea in Central Europe
- Panonija, a village in Serbia
- Pannonians, an ancient people
- Pannonia Allstars Ska Orchestra, a Hungarian ska band
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