Santa Rosa

Santa Rosa is the Spanish and Portuguese name for Saint Rose. It may also refer to:

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Other articles related to "santa rosa, rosa, santa":

Santa Rosa Jáuregui
... Santa Rosa Jáuregui is a village in the Mexican state of Querétaro, seat of the homonymous borough of the municipality of Santiago de Querétaro ... If Santa Rosa were a municipality, it would be ranked 4th in the state in terms of population (after Querétaro, San Juan del Río, and Corregidora) and 14th in terms of area ...
San Francisco And North Pacific Railroad
... Service was extended north to Santa Rosa in 1870, and Cloverdale in 1872 ... The Santa Rosa, Sebastopol and Green Valley Railroad was formed in 1889 to build a SF NP branch from Santa Rosa to Sebastopol ...
Sonic.net - History
... connectivity and Internet access to staff and students at the campus of Santa Rosa Junior College ... and Scott Doty, both of which had worked on the network at Santa Rosa Junior College ... In 1995, Sonic.net moved into its downtown Santa Rosa location ...
Santa Rosa, Bolivia - Photo Gallery
... of the Andes in Bolivia The access road to Santa Rosa The local Roman Catholic church ... Due for replacement) The Plaza, Santa Rosa None of the streets are paved in the village centre There is no mechanical transport inSanta Rosa Donkeys deliver goods to the single shop in Santa ...
Santa Rosa-Swift Creek Culture
... The Santa Rosa-Swift Creek culture was characterized by the appearance of elaborate ceremonial complexes, increasing social and political complexity, mound burial, permanent settlements, population growth, and ... "Santa Rosa" is associated with the archeological site Santa Rosa Island, Santa Rosa County, Florida ... Woodland Deptford culture evolved in place to become the Santa Rosa-Swift Creek culture ...

Famous quotes containing the words rosa and/or santa:

    If Rosa Parks had taken a poll before she sat down in that bus in Montgomery, she’d still be standing.
    Mary Frances Berry (b. 1938)

    On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe.
    Johnny Mercer (1909–1976)