White elephant (disambiguation)
A white elephant is a supposedly valuable possession whose cost exceeds its usefulness.
White elephant may also refer to:
Arts and entertainmentEdit
- Biały Słoń, an abandoned campus of the former Polish Astronomical and Meteorological Observatory of Warsaw University, named White Elephant
- White Elephant Saloon, a saloon in the historical Old West San Antonio Sporting District, Texas, US
- White Elephant, a saloon in the historical Old West Hell's Half Acre, Fort Worth, Texas
- White Elephant Butte, a mountain in the US
- White elephant (animal), a rare kind of albino elephant (not a distinct species)
- Mercedes-Benz SSK, a 1931 racing car nicknamed "White Elephant"
- White elephant sale, a collection of used items being sold by a non-professional group of individuals second hand
- White elephant gift exchange, a holiday party game
- King of the White Elephant, 1941 Thai historical drama film
- Hills Like White Elephants, short story by Ernest Hemingway
- Order of the White Elephant, Thai honour
- White Elephant Orchestra, jazz-rock big band based in New York City
- White Elephant Sessions, album by Jars of Clay
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