Rosas may refer to:

  • Rosas, (Catalan: Roses), a town in Catalonia, Spain
  • Rosas (surname), a Spanish surname
  • Juan Manuel de Rosas, a nineteenth century Argentine governor
  • Cesar Rosas, a Mexican musician
  • Fernando Rosas, a Portuguese academic and politician
  • Juventino Rosas, a Mexican musician, violinist, and band leader
  • Rosas (dance ensemble), dance ensemble built around Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker

Read more about Rosas:  Rozas

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Anita Mason - The Yellow Cathedral
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Mario Rosas - Football Career
... Another product of FC Barcelona's prolific youth system, La Masia, Rosas quickly excelled at its B squad, making his first team debut on 15 May 1998 in a 1–4 home loss for the already crowned champions against ... Released by Barça in 2000 Rosas joined another team in the top level, Deportivo Alavés, but failed to appear regularly, being also loaned to second division's ... Rosas then joined another club in division two, CD Castellón, in 2005–06 ...
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Argentine Civil War - Overview - Rosas and The Unitarians
... An understanding was entered into by Buenos Aires Governor Juan Manuel de Rosas and other Federalist leaders out of need and a shared enmity toward the still vigorous ... The Buenos Aires leader deposed by Rosas in 1829, General Juan Lavalle, also led a series of rebellions with different alliances against Rosas and the Federal Pact until Lavalle's defeat and ... In addition, Rosas was granted the sum of public power ...
José Rosas Moreno
... José Rosas Moreno (August 14, 1838–July 13, 1883) was a Mexican writer of fables of the 19th century, son of Don Ignacio Rosas and Doña Claya Moreno ...