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- Primavera, Chile
- La Primavera, Vichada, a municipality in Colombia
- La Primavera District, Bolognesi, Peru
- "La primavera" (concerto), the first concerto of Vivaldi's The Four Seasons
- "La Primavera", the first movement of Ottorino Resphighi's Trittico Botticelliano, one of his orchestral works
- "La Primavera", a song by Manu Chao's on the album Próxima Estación: Esperanza
- "La Primavera", a song by Sash! (feat. Patrizia Salvadore) on the album Life Goes On
- "Primavera", a song by Ludovico Einaudi on the album Divenire
- "Primavera", a song by Santana of the album Supernatural
- "Primavera", a Portuguese fado song, made famous by Amália Rodrigues
- Primavera Sound Festival, an annual music festival in Barcelona, Spain
- Prima Vera (band), a Norwegian comedy group
- Esporte Clube Primavera, a Brazilian football club, in Indaiatuba, São Paulo state
- Primavera Esporte Clube, a Brazilian football club, in Primavera do Leste, Mato Grosso state
- Campionato Primavera, Trofeo Giacinto Facchetti, an Italian under-20 football (soccer) competition
- Coppa Italia Primavera, an Italian football competition played for by youth teams from Campionato Primavera
- Milan - San Remo, an annual classic cycling race nicknamed "La Primavera"
- Giovan Leonardo Primavera (c. 1540-1585), composer and poet
- Dianne Primavera (born 1950), American legislator
- Elise Primavera (born 1955), American author and illustrator
- Primavera (painting) by Botticelli (c. 1482)
- Primavera Gallery, an art gallery and shop in Cambridge, England
- Pasta primavera, a pasta and vegetable dish
- Primavera (software), a project management software package
- Primavera Online High School
- Primavera Productions, a theater production company
- Primavera Systems, an US-based vendor of project portfolio management software
- "Primavera" is a colloquial name for the Roseodendron donnell-smithii tree and its wood.
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