Santa Maria

Santa María (with diacritic over the "i") or Santa Maria may refer to:

  • The name of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Roman Catholic) or Mary (mother of Jesus), in various languages such as Italian, Portuguese or Spanish

In nautical transport:

  • Santa María (ship), ship used by Christopher Columbus in his 1492 voyage across the Atlantic Ocean
  • Spanish frigate Santa Maria (F81)

In aircraft:

  • Aermacchi AL-60, known as AL.60B Santa Maria, an Italian utility aircraft

In music and entertainment:

  • Santa María (TV channel), an Argentine Catholic TV channel
  • Santa Maria (operetta), an 1896 musical by Oscar Hammerstein I
  • "Santa Maria" (song), 1995 song by Dutch singer Tatjana, also Samantha Fox
  • "Santa Maria", 1980 song by Oliver Onions (also Roland Kaiser), see Guido & Maurizio De Angelis
  • "Santa Maria", 2001 song by Gotan Project
  • "Santa Maria", 1976 song by Canadian rock band Trooper (band)

In companies:

  • Santa Maria, a major nordic producer of condiments.

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Famous quotes containing the words santa and/or maria:

    I stopped believing in Santa Claus when I was six. Mother took me to see him in a department store and he asked for my autograph.
    Shirley Temple Black (b. 1928)

    It were a blessed sight to see
    That child become a willow tree,
    His brother trees among.
    He’d be four times as tall as me,
    And live three times as long.
    —Catherine Maria Fanshawe (1765–1834)