Bella Vista (Italian or Spanish meaning "beautiful sight") is the name of several places in the world:
- Bella Vista, New South Wales
- Bella Vista (Cumberland) neighbourhood of Cumberland, Ottawa, Ontario
- Bella Vista, Hyderabad
- Bella Vista, Chiapas
- Bella Vista, Amambay, frontier town on Paraguayan-Brazilian border
- Bella Vista, Itapúa
- Bella Vista, Western Cape
- Bella Vista, Arkansas
- Bella Vista, California, in Shasta County
- Bella Vista, Pennsylvania, in Lycoming County
- Bella Vista, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a neighborhood
- Bella Vista High School in Fair Oaks, California
- Bella Vista, Montevideo, one of the "barrios" of Montevideo
- Bella Vista, Maldonado, a village in Maldonado Department
- Bella Vista, Paysandú, a village in Paysandú Department
Bella Vista can also mean:
- Club Atlético Bella Vista, a Uruguayan football (soccer) club
Other articles related to "bella vista":
... Bella Vista is a town and one of the 119 Municipalities of Chiapas, in southern Mexico. ...
... Viana began his career with Uruguayan side Bella Vista ... After one year in Brazil Viana returned to his first club Bella Vista ... The following season he returned to Bella Vista and was one of Uruguays top defenders ...
... Rambla Baltasar Brum (Capurro Bella Vista) starts from the new Port of Capurro, just across the Park of Capurro, running parallel to National Route 1 ... Rambla Edison (Bella Vista) runs along the thermoelectric power plant of UTE in a southward direction ...
... (1970) Rukojmí v Bella Vista (The Bella Vista Hostage)- episode about sabotage against Czech shipment for Chile ... Message from an Unknown Land) - continue of The Bella Vista Hostage (1972) Mimikry (Mimicry) - episode about plane hijack, with allusion to the music band Plastic ...
... Bella Vista Department is a department of Corrientes Province in Argentina ... about 35,350 inhabitants in an area of 1,695 km², and its capital city is Bella Vista, which is located around 891 km from Capital Federal ...
Famous quotes containing the words vista and/or bella:
“Softly, in the dusk, a woman is singing to me;
Taking me back down the vista of years, till I see
A child sitting under the piano, in the boom of the tingling strings
And pressing the small, poised feet of a mother who smiles as she
—D.H. (David Herbert)
“Se bella piu satore, je notre so catore,
Je notre qui cavore, je la qu, la qui, la quai!
Le spinash or le busho, cigaretto toto bello,
Ce rakish spagoletto, si la tu, la tu, la tua!
Senora pelefima, voulez-vous le taximeter,
La zionta sur le tita, tu le tu le tu le wa!”
—Charlie Chaplin (18891977)