Barta

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Barta may refer to:

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  • Barta is a Hungarian, Slovak and Czech (Bárta) surname derived from a diminutive form of the personal name Bartolomaeus (Hungarian Bertalan; Czech Bartolomej, from Latin Bartolomaeus).
  • Adam Barta (born 1979), American actor
  • Aleš Bárta (born 1960), Czech organist
  • Alexander Barta (born 1983), German professional ice hockey centre
  • Alexandr Bárta (1894–1945), Slovak fencer
  • Bernart de la Barta (fl. 1229), troubadour from La Barthe
  • Bjorn Barta (born 1980), German professional ice hockey player
  • Franz Barta (born 1902), Austrian boxer
  • Gary Barta (born 1963), athletic director at the University of Iowa
  • Hilary Barta (born 1957), American comic book writer and artist
  • Imrich Barta (1925–1999), Slovak painter and architect
  • István Barta (1895–1948), Hungarian water polo player
  • Jan Bárta (born 1984), professional Czech road cyclist
  • Jiří Barta (born 1948), Czech stop-motion animation director
  • Jiří Bárta (1935–2012), Czech pianist and composer
  • Krisztina Barta (born 1991), Hungarian ice dancer
  • Libor Barta (born 1967), Czech professional ice hockey player
  • Lubor Bárta (1928–1972), Czech composer
  • Michal Bárta (born 1989), Czech football player
  • Michal Barta (ice hockey) (born 1987), Czech professional ice hockey player
  • Nóra Barta (born 1984), Hungarian diver
  • Steve Barta (born 1953), Brazilian jazz and post-bop pianist
  • Tred Barta (born 1952), American hunter, fisherman, and outdoorsman
  • Vít Bárta (born 1973), former Czech Minister of Transport
  • Zdeněk Bárta (1891–1987), Bohemian fencer
  • Pen name of David Korner (1914–1976), Romanian and French communist militant, trade unionist, and journalist

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