ⓘ Baztan, Navarre

Baztan, Navarre

ⓘ Baztan, Navarre

Baztan is a municipality from the Chartered Community of Navarre, northern Spain. It is located 58 km from Pamplona, the capital of Navarre. It is the largest municipality in Navarre, with around 376.8 km 2 and just over 8.000 inhabitants.

  • The inhabitants from the region of the river Bidasoa and Baztan to the north of Navarre continued the custom for centuries until it almost died out
  • The Baztan is a river that flows westwards towards Artesiaga and from Oronoz - Mugairi, not far from the Señorio de Bertiz Nature Park, it is known as the
  • they settled in the village of Maya Amaiur in euskera in the Baztan Valley Navarre The Escors family was closely related to other French families
  • originated in different spots of Baztan Baigorri, and Leitza northern Navarre expanding later to the south of Navarre Pamplona, Estella - Lizarra, Tudela
  • Navarre Baztan and Navarre s way out to the ocean, Hondarribia Fuenterrabia between 1521 and 1524, but without permanent success. Navarre remained
  • The Battle of the Baztan Valley was fought between 23 July and 1 August 1794 during the French Revolutionary War, between a French force from the Army
  • born 1 February 1969 is a Spanish writer of noir novels, author of the Baztan Trilogy, and winner of the 2016 Premio Planeta de Novela literary prize
  • This is a list of the municipalities in the province and autonomous community of Navarre Spain. Geography of Spain List of cities in Spain
  • mainly marketed in the autumn months. Chanchigorri cakes appear in the Baztan Trilogy by writer Dolores Redondo. Iribarren, Jose Maria Ollaquindia, Ricardo
  • His father was Ignacio Irigoyen Echenique, born in Azpilkueta in Baztan Navarre on 11 March 1728. His father had held various civic offices in Buenos

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