Soprano. He devoted his entire life to lyrical theatre and was one of the bitterest interpreters of film, opera and opera in the 20th century. He studied music in Donostia. He participated in a variety of Basque Abesbatza Orfeon, Ereseinka and la Salle Pleyel. It premiered at the Barcelona theatre. She was considered the queen of Spanish lyrical theatre. He married the baritone Plácido Domingo Ferrer and lived in Mexico.
JOSÉ FRANCISCO DE ITURZAETA EIZAGUIRRE - (1788-1853)
Calligrapher. He was known for his art and highly valued in the state office. "El arte de escribir la letra bastarda española", "Arte compendiado para niños", "Colección de muestras", and "Gran colección general de todos los caracteres europeos". His work had received Doña Cristina, his government, and the public’s best commemorations.
JOAQUÍN MARÍA DE BARROETA Y HURTADO DE MENDOZA Y ALDAMAR - (1788-1866)
Politic. At 16, he fought against french army who wanted to take Spain. In the Carlist War he took Queen Christina 's side. He participated in the essay Espoz y Mina and Monte de Oca. In 1815 he defended the Basque forts as mayor of Getaria and as Senator of the Kingdom in 1844. He obtained the Grand Cross of the Catholic Elisabet and the nominations of gentil of Camara.
MANUEL DE AGOTE Y BONECHEA - (1775-1803)
Navigator. Manuel de Agote, a member of the Royal Philippine Company, has left an important testimony of his commercial travels across the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific oceans between 1779 and 1798. He was appointed mayor of Getaria in 1799.
ANTONIO DE URQUIOLA - (Siglo XVI )
Ship engineer. Although no concrete date is known, he was born in Getaria in the mid-sixteenth century. He was director of the Santiago shipyard at Pasai Lezo and in Urola’s shipyard. From his hand came the ship San Juan Bautista and the ship of Admiral Aranburu. He was general of the Kantauri squadron and died in 1600 – 1601.