Touro may refer to:


Isaac Touro (1738–1783), a Jewish leader in colonial America.
Judah Touro (1775–1854), a Jewish leader in colonial America and son of Isaac Touro.


Touro Synagogue, the oldest Synagogue in the United States, located in Newport, Rhode Island.
Touro Synagogue (New Orleans), a synagogue in New Orleans
Touro College, an Orthodox Jewish college in New York City.

Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, a law school in Central Islip, New York.
Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, a medical school in Harlem, New York
Touro University College of Medicine, a medical school in Hackensack, New Jersey (scheduled to open Fall 2009)
Touro University, a division of Touro College

Touro University California, a medical, pharmacy and physician assistant’s school in Vallejo, California.
Touro University Nevada, a medical, pharmacy and nursing school in Henderson, Nevada.
Touro University Rome, a Business and Management school in Zagarolo, Italy.

Touro Infirmary, a hospital in New Orleans, Louisiana


Touro, A Coruña, a municipality in Galicia, Spain
Touro, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States, a neighborhood
Touro, Póvoa de Varzim, Portugal, a square and a monument


Touro (HGST), family of HGST cloud storage backup products.

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