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Viana, Spain

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Viana, Spain

Viana is a town and José Antonio Lacayo de Briones y Palacios, born there in 1679, was Governor of Costa Rica (1713 to 1717) and Nicaragua (1740 to 1745) during Spanish colonial times. Francisco Gonzalez de Ibarra, a missionary active in Southern California between 1820 and 1840, was a native of Viana, born there in 1782.

  • Viana.- Medieval History of Navarre
  • Ciudad de Viana (City of Viana) translated to english
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