Gazeta may refer to:

in Albania language newspapers,

in Polish language newspapers,

  •, a Polish language daily newspaper, published in Toronto
  • Gazeta Olsztyńska, a Polish language newspaper, published 1886-1939 in Prussia
  • Gazeta Polska, a Polish weekly
  • Gazeta Polska (1929–1939), a newspaper of interwar Poland, published from 1929 to 1939 in Warsaw
  • Gazeta Warszawska, the first newspaper published regularly in Warsaw
  • Gazeta Wyborcza, a Polish newspaper

in Russian language newspapers,

  •, a Russian newspaper
  • Literaturnaya Gazeta, a weekly cultural and political newspaper published in Russia
  • Nezavisimaya Gazeta, a Russian language daily newspaper
  • Novaya Gazeta, a Russian newspaper
  • Roman-Gazeta, a literary monthly in the Soviet Union
  • Rossiyskaya Gazeta, a Russian government daily newspaper

in other newspapers,

  • Gazeta (newspaper), a Serbian newspaper
  • Gazeta de Caracas, the first newspaper printed in Venezuela
  • Gazeta de Transilvania, the first Romanian-language newspaper to be published in Transylvania
  • Gazeta Express, a Kosovo newspaper published in Pristina
  • Gazeta Sot, a daily newspaper published in Albania
  • Gazeta Sporturilor, a daily newspaper in Romania

in other uses,

  • Ionian gazeta, a currency formerly used in the Ionian Islands
  • Rede Gazeta, (also known as TV Gazeta), a Brazilian television network

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