Arianna may refer to: People: Arianna Bergamaschi, singer, stage actress and television presenter, Arianna Afsar, a pageant titleholder from San Diego, California, a semi-finalist on American Idol 8 and placed in the Top 10 at the Miss America 2011 pageant, Arianna Follis, an Italian cross country skier, Arianna Fontana, an Italian short track speed skater, Arianna Huffington, a co-founder of Huffington Post, Arianna Savall, Swiss-born Spanish classical singer, harpist, and composer, Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace, a swimmer from the Bahamas, Arianna Zukerman, American lyric soprano, Fictional characters: Arianna Hernandez, a character in the Days of our Lives television series, Arianna Horton, a character named after Arianna Hernandez on Days of our Lives, Opera: L'Arianna, an opera by Claudio Monteverdi called Arianna in English, Arianna (Marcello), an opera by the Venetian nobleman composer Benedetto Marcello, Arianna in Creta, an opera seria by George Frederic Handel, Arianna (Goehr), an opera by the British composer Alexander Goehr, Other: ARIANNA Experiment, a proposed neutrino detector at the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica, M/Y Arianna, 50m luxury motor yacht build by Delta Marine in 2012

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