ⓘ Barceló


ⓘ Barcelo

Barcelo is a Catalan surname, which originally appeared in Montpellier, today Languedoc-Roussillon then established in other Crown of Aragon areas like the Balearic Islands or Catalonia, and finally extended to the rest of Spain and its old territories beyond Europe in America and Asia. Variants exist in other languages, e.g. Barcelo and Barsalou in French.

  • of a Capitol building in Puerto Rico. Barcelo was born in the City of Fajardo, Puerto Rico to Jaime Jose Barcelo Miralles son of Antonio and Catalina
  • Commissioner of Puerto Rico from 1993 to 2001. Romero Barcelo is the grandson of Antonio R. Barcelo a former Union Party leader and advocate of Puerto
  • Spain in 1821, Barcelo her parents, a brother, and two sisters moved to the remote northern territory of New Mexico. On June 23, 1823 Barcelo married Manuel
  • Miquel Barcelo Artigues born 1957 is a Catalan painter. Barcelo was born at Felanitx, Mallorca. After having studied at the Arts and Crafts School of
  • Barcelo is the name and brand of a variety of rums from the Dominican Republic produced by Ron Barcelo S.R.L. Barcelo has its plant and distillery in
  • Maria Antonia Josefina Barcelo Bird was born in Fajardo, Puerto Rico, the daughter of lawyer and politician Antonio Rafael Barcelo and Maria Georgina Josefina
  • Facundo Barcelo Viera born 31 March 1993 known as Facundo Barcelo is a Uruguayan footballer who plays as a forward for Liga PRO Ecuador club Emelec
  • Antonio Rafael Barcelo Antonio Barcelo y Pont de la Terra 1 January 1717, in Palma, Majorca 30 January 1797, in idem in Catalan Antoni Barcelo i Pont de
  • Lorenzo Barcelo born August 10, 1977 is a Dominican professional baseball pitcher who is a free agent. He played for the Chicago White Sox from 2000 2002
  • and Corrections in 1969. After this Barcelo went to the University of Iowa as for graduate school in 1970. Barcelo earned her Master of Arts in Recreational