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.
Blessed Juan de Palafox y Mendoza (June 26, 1600 – October 1, 1659) was a Spanish archbishop in the Roman Catholic Church. He also held political office in the New World. From June 10, 1642 to November 23, 1642 he was viceroy of New Spain.
Florencio García Goyena (1783, Tafalla, Navarre – 1855) was a Spanish jurist.
Iñaki Ochoa de Olza (May 29, 1967 Pamplona, Basque Country – May 23, 2008 Annapurna, Nepal) was a Basque 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."
Alfonso Beorlegui Canet (26 January 1888, Estella-Lizarra – 29 September 1936) was a Lieutenant Colonel of Infantry in the Spanish Army. In the Spanish Civil War, he led the Nationalist campaign to capture Guipúzcoa in August and September 1936.
Miguel José de Azanza, Duke of Santa Fe (Spanish: Miguel José de Azanza, duque de Santa Fe) (1746, Aoiz, Navarre – June 20, 1826, Bordeaux, France) was a Spanish politician and diplomat, and viceroy of New Spain from May 31, 1798 to April 30, 1800.
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