Botella may refer to:

  • Ana Botella (born 1954), Spanish politician
  • Félix Mantilla Botella (born 1974), Spanish tennis player
  • Juan Botella (born 1941), Mexican diver
  • Salvador Botella (1929-2006), Spanish road bicycle racer
  • botella, a measure of wine (issued to Spanish soldiers in the 17h Century)
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Volta A La Comunitat Valenciana - Winners
... ESP) 1949 ESP ! Filba, JoaquimJoaquim Filba (ESP) 1950- 1953 ~ !No race 1954 ESP ! Botella, SalvadorSalvador Botella (ESP) 1955 ESP ! Masip ...
Félix Mantilla Botella
... Félix Mantilla Botella (Catalan Fèlix Mantilla Botella September 23, 1974) is a former Spanish professional tennis player, born in Barcelona ...
Communist Party Of The Valencian Country
... the United Left of the Valencian Country (EUPV) in 1998, being replaced by Alfred Botella as the general coordinator of the PCPV ... Botella was re-elected at the 8th (in 2000) and 9th (2002) Congresses ... At 2005, during a conflict inside the IU, Botella resigned and the leadership of the PCPV convoked an extraordinary 10th Congress, which elected a new ...
Ana Botella - Family Life
... Ana Botella and José María Aznar married in 1977, and have three children José María Aznar Botella, Ana Aznar Botella, and Alonso Aznar Botella ... Ana Botella has four grandchildren, Alejandro (born 4 June 2004 in Madrid), Rodrigo (born 13 December 2005 in Madrid), Pelayo (born 20 January 2008 in Madrid) and Alonso (born ...
José María Aznar - Personal Life
... In 1977 he married Ana Botella, by whom he had three children José María Aznar Botella, Ana Aznar Botella, born on 26 September 1981, and Alonso ...