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Carta is Latin and Italian for "paper" and is Spanish and Portuguese "Letter". In English it takes the form "card" or "chart". Most of its uses pertain to its meaning as "paper", "chart", or "map", for example in Magna Carta.
- Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny (CARTA), University of California, San Diego
- Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority
- Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority
- Carta (publisher), an Israeli publishing and mapping company
- Carta, a post-rock band from San Francisco, California
- Carta d'Armenia, a 500-year-old paper incense produced in Florence
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