Montejurra in Spanish and Jurramendi in Basque are the names of a mountain in Navarre region (Spain). Each year, it hosts a Carlist celebration in remembrance of the 1873 Battle of Montejurra during the Third Carlist War. In 2004, approximately 1,000 persons turned out.
View of Montejurra from the Monastery of Irache
|Elevation||1,042 m (3,419 ft)|
|Parent range||Basque Mountains|
Between 1960 and 1971 the Carlists were publishing a monthly magazine named Montejurra.
On 9 May 1976 during the Spanish Transition, far right-wing gunmen supported by the Spanish secret services, killed two people at the Carlist Party celebration at a time when it was drifting toward left-leaning positions. This became known as the Montejurra Incidents.