Battle of Luchana

Battle of Luchana

Infobox Military Conflict
conflict=Battle of Luchana

partof=First Carlist War
date=December 23-24, 1836
place=Bilbao and vicinities
result=Liberal victory
combatant1=Carlists "supporting"
Infante Carlos of Spain
combatant2=Liberals ("Isabelinos" or "Cristinos") "supporting"
Isabella II of Spain and her regent mother Maria Christina
commander2= Baldomero Espartero
casualties2= |
The Battle of Luchana ("Lutxana" in Basque) occurred at Bilbao and its vicinities during the night of December 23, 1836 and went on until December 24, 1836. The Carlists were besieging Bilbao and controlled the water and land routes towards the city. The battle of Luchana took place in the district belonging to the parish of Deusto and the municipality of Desierto-Erandio, on the banks of the Asúa River, which empties into the Nervión at the spot known as Luchana. The Carlists were defeated and the siege of Bilbao was lifted.

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