Zumarraga or Zumárraga may refer to:
Zumarraga, officially the Municipality of Zumarraga, is a 5th class island municipality in the province of Samar, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 16,295 people.
Don Juan de Zumárraga y Arrazola was a Spanish Basque Franciscan prelate and first bishop of Mexico. He wrote Doctrina breve, the first book published in the Western hemisphere, printed in Mexico City in 1539.
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Governors of the state of Campeche, Mexico, since statehood:
Nuño Beltrán de Guzmán was a Spanish conquistador and colonial administrator in New Spain. He was the governor of the province of Pánuco from 1525 to 1533 and of Nueva Galicia from 1529 to 1534, President of the first Royal Audiencia of Mexico from 1528 to 1530. He founded several cities in Northwestern Mexico, including Guadalajara.
Daram, officially the Municipality of Daram, is a 3rd class municipality in the province of Samar, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 42,879 people.
Aitor González Jiménez is a former Spanish professional road bicycle racer. He turned professional in 1998 with Avianca-Telecom; his last team was Euskaltel-Euskadi. He won the 2002 Vuelta a España with Kelme after attacking his teammate leading the race. He won the 2005 Tour de Suisse. He also won three stages of the 2002 Vuelta a España, two of the 2002 Giro d'Italia, one of the 2003 Giro d'Italia and one of the 2004 Tour de France. He retired in 2006 after being implicated in the Operacion Puerto doping affair.
Aztec is a 1980 historical fiction novel by Gary Jennings. It is the first of two novels Jennings wrote in the Aztec series. The remaining three novels were written by other authors after Jennings died in 1999.
Joaquín García Icazbalceta was a Mexican philologist and historian. He edited writings by Mexican writers who preceded him, wrote a biography of Juan de Zumárraga, and translated William H. Prescott's Conquest of Mexico. His works on Colonial Mexico continue to be cited today.
Sebastián Ramírez de Fuenleal was bishop of Santo Domingo and president of the Audiencia of Santo Domingo 1528 to 1531. He was also president of the second Audiencia of New Spain. Later he was a member of the Council of the Indies.
Blanca Rosalía Zumárraga Contreras competed in the national pageant Nuestra Belleza México, representing Puebla, the state in which she was raised. She received the title of Miss Mexico World and represented her country in the 2002 Miss World pageant, held on December 7, 2002.
Zumarraga is a municipality in Gipuzkoa province of the Basque Country autonomous community of Spain.
Antonio José González Zumárraga was an Ecuadorian Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church.
The Legislative Districts of Samar, namely the first and second districts, are the representations of the Province of Samar in the Philippine House of Representatives. The former province of Samar was divided into three legislative districts from 1907 until 1965.
Andrés de Olmos, Franciscan priest and extraordinary grammarian and ethno-historian of Mexico's Indians, was born in Oña, Burgos, Spain, and died in Tampico in New Spain. He is best known for his grammar, the first in the New World, of the Classical Nahuatl language.
Pello Ruiz Cabestany is a Spanish former professional road racing cyclist.
The Museo de la Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público is an art museum located in the historic center of Mexico City. It is housed in what was the Palacio del Arzobispado, built in 1530 under Friar Juan de Zumárraga on the base of the destroyed pyramid dedicated to the Aztec god Tezcatlipoca. It remained the archbishphoric until 1867 when the Finance Ministry Accountancy Department was established there. The modern museum houses an exhibit dedicated to this god as well as a large art collection.
The 9th Nuestra Belleza México pageant, was held at the World Trade Center of Boca del Río, Veracruz, Mexico on September 6, 2002. Thirty-three contestants of the Mexican Republic competed for the national title, which was won by Marisol González from Coahuila, who later competed in Miss Universe 2003 in Panamá. González was crowned by outgoing Nuestra Belleza México titleholder Ericka Cruz and Christiane Martel Miss Universe 1953. She is the first and only Coahuilense to win this title.
Mexicana Universal Puebla is a pageant in Puebla, Mexico, that selects that state's representative for the national Mexicana Universal pageant.
Saint Juan Diego Cuauhtlatoatzin, also known as Juan Diego (1474–1548), a native of Mexico, is the first Roman Catholic indigenous saint from the Americas. He is said to have been granted an apparition of the Virgin Mary on four separate occasions in December 1531 at the hill of Tepeyac, then outside but now well within metropolitan Mexico City.
The 2011 Tour of the Basque Country, was the 51st running of the Tour of the Basque Country cycling stage race. It started on 4 April in Zumarraga and ended on 9 April in Zalla and consisted of six stages, including a race-concluding individual time trial. It was the eighth race of the 2011 UCI World Tour season.
The 2015 Tour of the Basque Country was the 55th edition of the Tour of the Basque Country stage race. It took place from 6 to 11 April and was the ninth race of the 2015 UCI World Tour. The race was won by Joaquim Rodríguez.