Der Begriff Viertel bedeutet wörtlich der vierte Teil und hat folgende Bedeutungen:

Viertel ist der Familienname folgender Personen:

  • Martin Viertel (1925–2005), deutscher Schriftsteller
  • Peter Viertel (1920–2007), deutsch-amerikanischer Schriftsteller
  • Berthold Viertel (1885–1953), österreichischer Schriftsteller, Dramaturg, Essayist, Regisseur und Übersetzer, Vater von Peter Viertel.
  • Salka Viertel (1889–1978), österreichisch-US-amerikanische Schauspielerin und Autorin

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