Loon steht für:

Loon ist der Familienname folgender Personen:

  • Dieter Schulze van Loon, Präsident der Gesellschaft Public Relations Agenturen
  • Gert van Loon (* um 1465; † 1521 oder später), deutscher Maler
  • Gottfried von Loon (*um 1320–1342), Ritter
  • Hendrik Willem van Loon (1882–1944), niederländisch-amerikanischer Autor, Historiker, Journalist und Zeichner

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