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Haro (character)

is the mechanical mascot of the Gundam science fiction anime franchise, and is the only character that appears in more than one timeline. Haro has since become a mascot for the Sunrise studio as a whole, often appearing in their recent idents.

Haro

Haro may refer to:

Places:

  • Los Haro, a town in Jerez, Zacatecas, Mexico
  • Haro, La Rioja, a town in Spain
  • Haro River, a river in Pakistan
  • Haró, the Hungarian name for Hărău Commune, Hunedoara County, Romania
  • Haro Strait, between British Columbia, Canada and Washington, United States
  • Haro Woods, an urban forest in the Municipality of Saanich, British Columbia

People:

  • Haro (surname)
  • House of Haro, Spanish nobility

Other uses:

  • Haro Bikes, a cycle manufacturer
  • Haro (character), a fictional robot in the Gundam metaseries
  • Help a Reporter Out (HARO), a social media enterprise that connects media and reporters with experts

Haro (surname)

Haro is the family name of:

  • House of Haro, a family of Spanish nobility
    • Alonso Núñez de Haro y Peralta (1729-1800), Archbishop of Mexico and Viceroy of New Spain
    • Diego López de Haro (disambiguation)
    • Fernando Díaz de Haro (Lord of Orduña and Balmaseda) (14th century)
    • Fernando Ramírez de Haro, 16th Count of Bornos (born 1949)
    • Fernando Ramírez de Haro, 10th Marquis of Villanueva del Duero (born 1976)
    • Francisco de Haro (1792–1849), first alcalde (mayor) of Yerba Buena (later named San Francisco, California)
    • Gaspar Méndez de Haro, 7th Marquis of Carpio (1629-1687), Spanish political figure and art collector
    • Gonzalo López de Haro (before 1788–1823), Spanish explorer
    • Ignacio Ramírez de Haro, 15th Count of Bornos (1918-2010)
    • Juan de Castilla y Haro (died 1326)
    • Juan Damián López de Haro (1581-1648), Bishop of Puerto Rico
    • Juan de Dios de Silva y Mendoza y Haro, 10th Duke of the Infantado (1672-1737)
    • Juan Domingo de Zuñiga y Fonseca (1640-1716), Spanish military and political figure
    • Lope Díaz de Haro (disambiguation)
    • Luis Méndez de Haro (1598-1661), Spanish politician and general
    • María Díaz de Haro (disambiguation)
    • Mécia Lopes de Haro (c. 1217-1270), Queen consort of Portugal
    • Teresa Díaz de Haro, daughter of Diego López II de Haro, lady of Biscay
    • Teresa Díaz II de Haro (born before 1254)
    • Urraca López de Haro (c. 1160-c. 1230), Queen consort of León
  • Antonio Haro (1910–2002), Mexican fencer
  • Bob Haro (born 1958), former freestyle BMX rider, artist and business executive, founder of Haro Bikes
  • Christopher de Haro, Lisbon-based merchant of Flemish origin who financially backed Magellan's 1519 circumnavigation of the world
  • David García Haro (born 1980), Spanish footballer
  • Eduardo Haro Tecglen (1924–2005), Spanish journalist, writer and theatre critic
  • Guillermo Haro (1913–1988), Mexican astronomer
  • Klaus Härö (born 1971), Finland-Swedish film director
  • Lauri Härö (1899–1980), Finnish sprinter
  • Manuel Gaspar Haro (born 1981), Spanish footballer
  • Mariano Haro (born 1940), Spanish former long-distance runner
  • Melissa Haro (born 1987), American model
  • Miguel Nazar Haro (c. 1924-2012), head of Mexico's Dirección Federal de Seguridad (Federal Security Directorate) from 1978 to 1982