Boren , is a lake in Östergötland, east of Motala, 73 m above sea level. It covers an area of 28 km² and is at most 14 meters deep. It forms a part of the Göta Canal and has given its name to Borensberg.
Category:Lakes of Östergötland County
Boren is a surname of German origin. Notable people with the surname include:
- Allen Boren (born 1934), American college football coach
- Carson Boren (1824–1912), one of the founders of Seattle, Washington; first sheriff of King County, Washington
- Dan Boren (born 1973), American politician from Oklahoma; U.S. representative since 2005
- David L. Boren (born 1941), American politician from Oklahoma; U.S. senator 1979–94
- Henry C. Boren (1921–2013), American historian and author
- James Boren (1925–2010), American humorist and writer
- Justin Boren (born 1988), American football offensive guard
- Lyle Boren (1909–1992), American politician from Oklahoma; U.S. representative 1937–47
- Mike Boren (contemporary), American college football player at the University of Michigan
- Murray Boren (born 1950), composer of opera, symphonic, chamber, and vocal works
- Wen Boren (ca. 1502–75), Chinese landscape painter
- Zach Boren, American football player
Bořeň (539 m) (also known as Biliner-stein, Borschen), is a phonolite hill two kilometres south of Bílina in northwest Bohemia, Czech Republic. When seen from the northwest side, the hill has the shape of a lying lion. It is a structure similar to the Devils Tower in Wyoming, and is the largest phonolite structure of its kind in Europe. Bořen dominates both the town Bílina and the Czech Central Mountains, with its distinctive silhouette visible from a number of remote locations.
There are also mineral water springs which are the source of Bílinská Kyselka water.