Vista Hermosa

Vista Hermosa means "beautiful view" in Spanish and may refer to:

  • Vista Hermosa, Meta, a town and municipality in Colombia.
  • C.D. Vista Hermosa, a football (soccer) club.
  • Vista Hermosa, Michoacán, (aka Vista Hermosa de Negrete), a town and municipality in Mexico.

Other articles related to "vista hermosa":

José Manuel González Hernández - Club Career
... After 9 years he moved on to Vista Hermosa and in 2008 he joined FAS, only to return to Vista Hermosa after one season ... In December 2010 he extended his contract with Vista Hermosa after being linked to UES and was voted best goalkeeper of the league, together with Juan José Gómez, in May 2011 ...
List Of Foreign Primera División De Fútbol Profesional Players - North & Central America, Caribbean - CONCACAF - Honduras
... Vista Hermosa Mauricio Rodolfo Castaneda - Once Municipal Ramon Alberto Castillo - Atlético Marte Luciano Valerio Harry = C.D ... Vista Hermosa Henry Josué Martínez - Nejapa F.C ... Vista Hermosa Néstor Steve Reyes - Juventud Independiente Hugo Sarmiento - C.D ...
Top Goalscorers In Primera División De Fútbol Profesional - List of Goalscorers
... Vista Hermosa 14 Apertura 2006 Néstor Ayala C.D ... Vista Hermosa 2009 ... Apertura Williams Reyes Nicolás Muñoz C.D ... Vista Hermosa 2010 ... Clausura José Oliveira de Souza Alianza F.C ...
Vista Hermosa, Meta
... Vista Hermosa is a town and municipality in the Meta Department, Colombia ... Puerto Rico Restrepo San Carlos Guaroa San Juan de Arama San Juanito San Martín Villavicencio Vista Hermosa Coordinates 3°7′26″N 73°45′5″W / 3.12389°N 73.75139°W / 3.12389 -73.75139 ...
C.D. Vista Hermosa
... Club Deportivo Vista Hermosa, commonly known as Vista Hermosa, is a professional Salvadoran football club based in San Francisco Gotera, Morazán, El Salvador ...

Famous quotes containing the word vista:

    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
    sings.
    —D.H. (David Herbert)