Navarrese people

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  1. Najwa Nimri

    Najwa Nimri


    Najwa Nimri Urrutikoetxea (born 14 February 1972) is a Spanish actress and singer of Jordanian descent.

  2. Rafael Moneo

    Rafael Moneo


    José Rafael Moneo Vallés (born 9 May 1937) is a Spanish architect. He won the Pritzker Prize for architecture in 1996 and the RIBA Royal Gold Medal in 2003.

  3. César Azpilicueta

    César Azpilicueta


    César Azpilicueta Tanco (born 28 August 1989) is a Spanish professional footballer who plays as a full back for Premier League club Chelsea and the Spain national team.

  4. Ascensión Nicol Goñi

    Ascensión Nicol Goñi


    The Blessed María Ascensión Nicol y Goñi, O.P., (14 March 1868 – 24 February 1940) was a Spanish Roman Catholic Religious Sister of the Third Order of St. Dominic. She co-founded and was the first Prioress General of the Congregation of Dominican Missionary Sisters of the Rosary, which she helped to found in Peru.

  5. Julián Gayarre

    Julián Gayarre


    Sebastián Julián Gayarre Garjón (9 January 1844 in Roncal, Navarre – 2 January 1890 in Madrid), better known as Julián Gayarre, was a Spanish opera singer who created the role of Marcello in Donizetti's Il Duca d'Alba and Enzo in Ponchielli's La Gioconda.

  6. José Mari Bakero

    José Mari Bakero


    José María Bakero Escudero (born 11 February 1963) is a Spanish retired footballer and a current manager. Having played mainly for Real Sociedad and Barcelona, he began his career as a forward (not being a prolific goalscorer) but was converted into an attacking midfielder, who possessed passing and netting ability (with both his right foot and his head, the second despite his short stature) and great leadership skills.

  7. Santiago Ramón y Cajal

    Santiago Ramón y Cajal


    Santiago Ramón y Cajal (1 May 1852 – 18 October 1934) was a Spanish pathologist, histologist, neuroscientist, and Nobel laureate. His original pioneering investigations of the microscopic structure of the brain have led his being designated by many, as the father of modern neuroscience. His medical artistry was legendary, and hundreds of his drawings illustrating the delicate arborizations of brain cells are still in use for educational and training purposes.

  8. Nacho Monreal

    Nacho Monreal


    Ignacio "Nacho" Monreal Eraso (born 26 February 1986) is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for English club Arsenal as a left back.

  9. Montxo Armendáriz

    Montxo Armendáriz


    Montxo Armendariz (born as Juan Ramón Armendariz Barrios; January 27, 1949 in Olleta, Navarra, Spain), is an awarded Spanish film director and screenwriter.

  10. Andrea Barnó

    Andrea Barnó


    Andrea Barnó (born 4 January 1980 in Estella-Lizarra) is a Spanish handball player, playing on the Spanish women's national team and Itxako Reyno de Navarra.

  11. Alberto Urroz

    Alberto Urroz


    Alberto Urroz (born in Pamplona, 1970) is a Spanish classical pianist. He studied piano with Joaquín Soriano at the Madrid Royal Conservatory. Later, he moved to Israel to study with Pnina Salzman at the Tel Aviv University, and subsequently,on a Navarre state scholarship, with Oxana Yablonskaya in New York City. He performs as a soloist throughout Europe, Asia and the USA in such venues as Carnegie Hall in New York, Sejong Center in Seoul and the Festival Internacional de Santander and Peralada in Spain. Since 2004, he is artistic director and cofounder of the Mendigorría International Music Festival in Spain.

  12. Marcelino de Oraá Lecumberri

    Marcelino de Oraá Lecumberri


    Marcelino de Oraá Lecumberri (1788 – 1851) was a Basque Spanish military man and administrator. Born in Beriáin in Navarre, he distinguished himself as a cadet during the War of Spanish Independence. He was married to Josefa de Erice, later Condesa de Chiva y Vizcondesa de Oráa.

  13. Manuel Aznar Zubigaray

    Manuel Aznar Zubigaray


    Manuel Aznar Zubigaray (Etxalar, Navarre, 1893 – Madrid, 1975) was a diplomatic under the Franco regime and one of the most important journalists of the Spanish 20th century.

  14. Lucio Urtubia

    Lucio Urtubia


    Lucio Urtubia Jiménez (born 1931 in Cascante, Navarre) is a Spanish anarchist famous for his practice of expropriative anarchism. At times compared to Robin Hood, Urtubia carried out bank robberies and forgeries throughout the 1960s and 1970s. In the words of Albert Boadella, "Lucio is a Quijote that did not fight against wind mills, but against a true giant".

  15. Juan Andrés de Ustariz

    Juan Andrés de Ustariz


    Juan Andrés de Ustariz de Vertizberea (March 31, 1656, Narbarte, Navarre - May 19, 1718) was a Royal Governor of Chile during the early 18th century.

  16. Blas de Laserna

    Blas de Laserna


    Blas de Laserna Nieva (Corella, Navarra, 1751 - Madrid, 1816) was a Spanish composer.

  17. Onneca Fortúnez

    Onneca Fortúnez


    Onneca Fortúnez or Iñiga Fortúnez (c. 848 – after 890) was a Basque princess from the Kingdom of Pamplona, later known as the Kingdom of Navarre. She was the daughter of Fortún Garcés of Pamplona and his wife Oria. At the time of Onneca's birth, which occurred between 848 and 850, the Iberian Peninsula was largely under the domination of the Muslim Umayyad dynasty. Only the northern kingdoms of Asturias and Pamplona remained under Christian rule, perpetuating the Hispano-Roman Visigothic traditions. Onneca was a member of the Íñiguez dynasty, named after her great-grandfather Íñigo Arista, who founded the Kingdom of Pamplona.

  18. Florencio García Goyena

    Florencio García Goyena


    Florencio García Goyena (1783, Tafalla, Navarre – 1855) was a Spanish jurist.

  19. Rodrigo Jiménez de Rada

    Rodrigo Jiménez de Rada


    Rodrigo Jiménez (or Ximénez) de Rada (Puente la Reina, Navarre, Spain, c. 1170 - on the Rhone, near Lyons, France, 10 June 1247) was a Navarrese-born Castilian Roman Catholic bishop and historian.

  20. Mateo Garralda

    Mateo Garralda


    Mateo Jesús Garralda Larumbe (born December 1, 1969 in Burlada) is a former Spanish handballer and the current head coach of Știința Municipal Dedeman Bacău in the Romanian Liga Naţională.

  21. Julio Ruiz de Alda Miqueleiz

    Julio Ruiz de Alda Miqueleiz


    Julio Ruiz de Alda Miqueleiz (born in Estella, Navarre, October 7, 1897 - Madrid, August 23, 1936) was a Spanish aviator and politician. He joined the Army at the age of 15 and developed an interest in planes. He was the co-pilot (with Ramón Franco) of the Plus Ultra as it completed a transatlantic flight in 1926. The Plus Ultra departed from Palos de la Frontera, in Huelva, Spain on January 22 and arrived in Buenos Aires, Argentina on January 26. It stopped over at Gran Canaria, Cape Verde, Pernambuco, Rio de Janeiro and Montevideo. The 10,270 km journey was completed in 59 hours and 39 minutes. In 1931 along with José Antonio Primo de Rivera (Marquess of his birthplace) he was a founding member of the Falange movement. He was shot without a trial by anarchist militia in the Carcel Moderno de Madrid prison on August 22 1936.

  22. Teresa Gil De Vidaure

    Teresa Gil De Vidaure


    Teresa Gil de Vidaure (died on 15 July 1285) was the common law wife of King James I of Aragon, but never a queen. Claiming that she was a leper, James left her in order to pursue an incestuous relationship with Berenguela Alfonso. Vidaure died in seclusion in a monastery she had founded.

  23. María Bayo

    María Bayo


    María Josefina Bayo Jiménez (Fitero, 28 May 1961) is a Spanish soprano. Bayo studied at the Conservatorio Navarro de Música Pablo Sarasate in Pamplona and the Hochschule für Musik in Detmold.

  24. Iñaki Ochoa de Olza

    Iñaki Ochoa de Olza


    Iñaki Ochoa de Olza (May 29, 1967 Pamplona, Navarre – May 23, 2008 Annapurna, Nepal) was a Navarrese mountaineer, alpinist and climber. Ochoa de Olza took part in more than thirty separate climbing expeditions in the Himalayas over the course of his career, and he was involved in more than 200 expeditions as a guide. His records included climbing 12 of the world's 14 tallest mountains (repeating one of them, Cho Oyu) without the aid of oxygen or oxygen tanks. Ochoa went on record as saying that he did not believe in using oxygen to climb mountains, claiming "if you use oxygen, you are not an alpinist, you are more of an astronaut or a scuba diver."

  25. Enrique Sola

    Enrique Sola


    Enrique "Kike" Sola Clemente (born 25 February 1986) is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Athletic Bilbao as a striker.

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