Don Álvaro

Don Álvaro is a municipality located in the province of Badajoz, Extremadura, Spain. According to the 2005 census (INE), the municipality has a population of 633 inhabitants.

Don Álvaro (Tarfe) is the name of the principal characters in another version of the second book of Don Quixote published by Alonso Fernández de Avellaneda in Tarragona in 1614.

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La Forza Del Destino - Synopsis - Act 3
... Meanwhile Don Alvaro has joined the Spanish army under the name of Don Federico Herreros (La vita è inferno.. ... One night he saves the life of Don Carlo who is serving in the same army under the name of Don Felix Bornos ... In one of these engagements Don Alvaro is, as he supposes, mortally wounded, and entrusts to Don Carlo’s care a valise containing a bundle of letters which he is to destroy as soon as Don Alvaro ...
House Of Trastamara - 1418–69: Conflict Within The House of Trastámara - John II and Don Álvaro
... was able to escape because of the help of his friend, and eventual royal favorite, Álvaro de Luna, who was known as Don Alvaro ... Now John II’s constable, Don Alvaro agreed to a basically victorious truce, as the Aragonese branch of Trastamaras was removed from Castile ... engagement, and he eventually ceded all power to Don Alvaro, who created an oligarchy of nobles ...