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Burgundy is a region in France. The name was from various states that were sometime outside the current borders.
- Kingdom of Burgundy (intermittently 411–1378) a name given to various states located in or near Savoy in modern south-east France
- Kingdom of the Burgundians (411–534), an early medieval state founded by the Burgundians
- Lower Burgundy (879–933), also called the Kingdom of Provence, a kingdom formed from the breakup of the Carolingian Empire,
- Upper Burgundy (888–933), a kingdom formed of the breakup from the Carolingian Empire, corresponding largely to western Switzerland
- Kingdom of Arles (933–1378), a medieval state of the Holy Roman Empire, formed from Upper and Lower Burgundy, also called the Second Kingdom of Burgundy
- County of Burgundy (982–1678), a medieval county of the Holy Roman Empire to the east of the Duchy of Burgundy
- Duchy of Burgundy (1032–1477), a medieval appanage of the French crown between Savoy and the North Sea
- Burgundian Netherlands (1384–1482), the parts of the Duchy of Burgundy that correspond Low Countries
- Franche-Comté (1600s-2016), a former French province and région
- Bourgogne-Franche-Comté (2016-present): Current French region formed by the union of Burgundy and the Franche-Comté
- SS State of Burgundy (never realized), also called the Order-State of Burgundy, a proposed state in Western Europe intended to be formed following a German victory in the Second World War
- Burgundy wine
- Burgundy (color)
- Burgundy Records, a record label
- Burgundy (stock market), an alternative stock exchange
- Ron Burgundy, a fictional newscaster in the film Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy
- "Burgundy", a 1999 song by Coal Chamber from their album Chamber Music
- "Burgundy", a 2019 song by Chris Brown from his album Indigo
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