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June 27

Saints Days: Zoilo and Ladislao. Nuestra Señora del Perpetuo Socorro.

1209 - The Treaty of Valladolid among kings Alfonso IX of Leon and Alfonso VIII of Castile with that terminating the existing disputes between the two kingdoms is signed.
1410 - The nazaritas troops set fire to the towers of Christian combat that maintained the siege of Antequera.
1499 - Americo Vespucci on Spanish financed trip, sights coast south of Cape Cassipore

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1506 - The treaty of villafáfila is signed in the town of Villafáfila where Ferdinand and Philip the Fair, the inability of Juana la Loca to reign because of his mental derangement recognized.
1542 - Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo claimed the Spanish sovereignty of California.
1706 - The Spanish parliament is moved from Madrid to Burgos during the Spanish war of Succession
1957 - Seat put the Seat 600 on sale
1992 - Atletico Madrid Club won the King's Cup football 1991-92 to Madrid at the Bernabeu. Atletico 2 Real Madrid 0.
1995 - Businessman Publico Cordon is kidnapped by GRAPO terrorists in Zaragoza
2002 - The Congress of Deputies approves the Law Society Services Information and Electronic Commerce.
2009 - The Tower of Hercules in northern Spain - only preserved Roman lighthouse still in use is inscribed as a World Heritage Site
2016 - PP 137 seats (+14), PSOE 85 seats (-5), Unidos Podemos 71 seats (+2), Ciudadanos 32 seats (-8) and others 28 seats unchanged. Overall majority is 176 seats.
Spain wants Rajoy to govern’. The PP gained 14 seats and 4% against the punishment suffered by the other three parties which will block the investiture. Podemos – IU failed with their ‘surpassing’, despite Sánchez has delivered another worst result in history for the PSOE by losing five seats. Support for Ciudadanos, fell by eight seats and leaves Rajoy seven short of an overall majority.

Births
1628 - José de Carabantes, priest (d. 1694).
1742 - José de Iturrigaray, Soldier, viceroy of New Spain between 1803 and 1808 (d. 1815).
1854 - Antonio Fabrés, painter (d. 1936).
1870 - Jaime de Borbón y Borbón-Parma, pretenter for the throne of Spain (d. 1931).
1879 - Fernando Guerrero Strachan, architect (d. 1930).
1894 - Antonio Brosa, violinist (d. 1979).
1919 - Manuel Ballester Boix, chemist (d. 2005).
1924 - Rodrigo Fernández-Carvajal, professor and jurist (d. 1997).
1927 - Cecilio Valverde Mazuelas, lawyer and politican (d. 2001).
1929 - Modesto Llamas Gil, artist.
1932 - José Félix Pons, journalist(d. 2013).
1937 - Jesús Hermida, journalist and TV presenter.
1949 - Rafael Chirbes, writer.
1950 - Eulogio Díaz del Corral, writer and artist.
1950 - Julio Fraile Merino, biologist.
1954 - Juan Burgos Ladrón de Guevara, judge.
1958 - Guillermo Fernández Vara, politican.
1959 - Francisco Bonet Serrano, footballer.
1965 - Óscar Vega, boxer
1965 - Juanjo Artero, actor.
1966 - Gabriel Abrines, basketball player.
1968 - Miqui Puig, pop musician (Los Sencillos).
1969 - Santi Amodeo, film producer.
1969 - Javier Coronas, comic.
1969 - Chiqui Fernández, actress.
1971 - Marcelino García Alonso, cyclist.
1972 - Luis M. Fernández Pimentel, journalist.
1973 - Gonzalo López-Gallego, film maker.
1973 - Cristina Mazas, politician.
1975 - Asier Etxeandía, Basque actor and singer.
1975 - Esteban Suárez, footballer.
1977 - Manuel Feijóo, actor and screenwriter.
1977 - Raúl González, footballer. (Real Madrid) born in Madrid
1978 - Iñaki Bea Jauregi, Basque footballer.
1981 - Rubén Castro, footballer.
1982 - Marcos del Ojo, guitarrist, from the group Los Delinqüentes.
1984 - Tamara, singer.


Deaths
1194 - Sancho VI the wise, Navarran King (b. 1132).
1458 - Alfonso V of Aragon (b. 1396).
1540 - Antonio de Montesinos, Dominican friar missionary and (b 1475).
1746 - Andrés Luis López-Pacheco y Osorio, aristócrat (b. 1710).
1874 - Manuel Gutiérrez de la Concha, soldier and politican (b. 1808).
1917 - Blai Maria Colomer, composer (b. 1840).
1919 - Francisco Javier Ugarte Pagés, politican (b. 1852).
1922 - Magdalena Santiago Fuentes, teacher and writer (b. 1873).
1949 - Alejandro Lerroux, politician (b. 1864).
1952 - José Miguel de la Quadra-Salcedo, architect (b. 1891).
1959 - Elías de Borbón-Parma, Duke of Palma (b. 1880).
1999 - Pedro Ocón de Oro, creator of TV programme past times (b. 1932).
2001 - La Bella Dorita, singer and cabaret dancer (b. 1901).
2009 - Victoriano Crémer, poet and novelist (b. 1906).
2009 - Pilar Salarrullana, politican and writer (b. 1937)