Tapia

Stellar classification

M

Coordinates

  • X 47
  • Y 36
  • Z -105
→ Sol: 121

Object type

  • Variable Star of Mira Cet type
simbad:NAME TAPIA 629 IRS 5

Wiki

Tapia may refer to:

  • Tapia de Casariego, town in Asturias, Spain
  • Villanueva de Tapia, town and municipality in Málaga, Spain
  • Tapia, part of Lugoj in Timiş, Romania
  • Tapia, city in Tucumán, Argentina
  • Tabby concrete
  • Tapia (tree), a plant species endemic to Madagascar (Uapaca bojeri)

Tapia is the name of the following people:

  • Abel Tapia (born 1949), American politician
  • Alejandro Tapia y Rivera (1826–1882), Puerto Rican writer
  • Anthony Tapia (born 1987), Colombian footballer
  • Antonio Tapia (born 1949), Spanish footballer and football coach
  • Augusto Tapia (1893–1966), Argentine geologist and paleontologist
  • Bill Tapia (1908–2011), American musician
  • Carlos Tapia (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Gene Tapia (1925–2005), American race car driver
  • Gloria Tapia (born 1972), Swedish actress
  • Héctor Tapia (born 1977), Chilean-Italian footballer
  • Humberto Tapia (1986–2011), Mexican boxer
  • Johnny Tapia (1967–2012), American boxer
  • José Tapia (born 1905), Cuban football coach
  • José Félix Tapia (1910–1969), Spanish writer
  • Keith Tapia (born 1990), Puerto Rican boxer
  • Luis Tapia (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Manny Tapia (born 1981), American mixed martial arts fighter
  • Margarita Tapia (born 1976), Mexican runner
  • Miguel Tapia (born 1964), Chilean musician
  • Nabila Tapia (born 1992), Dominican beauty pageant titleholder
  • Nelson Tapia (born 1966), Chilean footballer
  • Pedro Tapia (1582–1657), Spanish Archbishop
  • Raimel Tapia (born 1994), Dominican baseball player
  • Ramón Tapia (1932–1984), Chilean boxer
  • Renato Tapia (born 1995), Peruvian footballer
  • Ricardo Samuel Tapia (born 1981), Mexican cyclist
  • Richard A. Tapia (born 1939), American mathematician
  • Yoel Tapia (born 1984), Dominican athlete
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