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Rotunda or The Rotunda may refer to:
- Rotunda (architecture), any building with a circular ground plan, often covered by a dome
- Rotunda (geometry), a family of dihedral-symmetric polyhedra with alternating pentagons and triangles around an axis
- Rotunda (script), a specific medieval blackletter script
- A term used by some Spanish-speaking or Spanish-influenced countries such as The Philippines for roundabouts
- The Ducal Rotunda of the Virgin Mary and St Catherine in Znojmo, Czech Republic
- Arch and Tomb of Galerius, Rotunda of St. George, built as the "Tomb of Galerius" in Thessaloniki in 306 AD
- Rotunda Hospital, built as the "New Lying-In Hospital" in 1757 in Dublin, Ireland
- Rotunda, Edineț, a commune in Edineţ District, Moldova
- Rotunda, Olt, a commune in Olt County, Romania
- Rotunda, a village in Corbeni Commune, Argeş County, Romania
- Rotunda, a village in Buza Commune, Cluj County, Romania
- Rotunda, a village in Doljești Commune, Neamţ County, Romania
- Rotunda, a village administered by Liteni town, Suceava County, Romania
- The Blackfriars Rotunda, a building in Southwark, London near the south end of Blackfriars Bridge in London, that existed in various forms from 1787 to 1958
- The Rotunda (Woolwich), a John Nash building in Woolwich, London, UK, affiliated to Firepower, the Royal Artillery museum
- The Rotunda at Ranelagh Gardens, London, a now demolished but once fashionable social meeting place and function room
- Rotunda (Birmingham), opened as "The Rotunda" in 1965
- Rotunda Museum, museum of geology in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England
- Glasgow Rotunda, at the entrance to a tunnel under the River Clyde, Scotland
- Ford Rotunda in Dearborn, Michigan, was the fifth most popular tourist destination in the US in the mid-twentieth century.
- The Rotunda (University of Virginia)
- The Rotunda (Hermann, Missouri), listed on the NRHP in Missouri
- The D'Alemberte Rotunda Florida State University, a structural and architectural pedagogue that is part of FSU's College of Law and center of its Village Green
- United States Capitol rotunda, in Washington, D.C.
- The Rotunda (Baltimore), a mall located near Johns Hopkins University
- Rotunda radicals, a diverse group of London radical reformers who gathered around the Blackfriars Rotunda after 1830
- An Italian family name carried by many people including:
- Kyndra Rotunda (née Miller, born 1973), American legal academic and former wife of:
- Ronald Rotunda (born 1945), American legal academic
- An American family of professional wrestlers:
- Fat Albert Rotunda, 1970 album by Herbie Hancock
- "Rotunda", song on the 1977 album Inner Voices, by McCoy Tyner
- "Rotunda", 2011 single by Markus Schulz
- "Rotunda", 1970 song by Tom Rush on the album Wrong End of the Rainbow.
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