Antonio "Kitín" Muñoz Valcárcel


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Antonio "Kitín" Muñoz Valcárcel 1845

  • Born: 19 Nov 1958, Sidi Ifni, Tiznit, Morocco 1845
  • Marriage: Kalina Princess of Bulgaria on 26 Oct 2002 1845

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Antonio "Kitín" Muñoz Valcárcel or Kitín Muñoz (born November 19, 1958 in Sidi Ifni, Morocco) is a Spanish navigator, scientist and sociological explorer. He is a champion of the causes of aboriginal people the world over, and uses his expeditions on primitive boats to spread his message of peace, multiculturalism and respect for indigenous cultures. As an ecologist and humanitarian, Kitín Muñoz seeks international attention to the threats that face indigenous people and their way of life.

Inspired by Thor Heyerdahl Muñoz made three failed attempts to cross the Pacific Ocean to prove that ancient seafarers could have crossed that ocean before the European expeditions of the 15th Century.

Kitín Muñoz is also a former member of an elite unit of the Spanish Army, a UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador, and an honorary consul of Morocco. One source suggests he was once Culture Minister in Spain.

Kitín Muñoz is also notable for his October 26, 2002 marriage to Princess Kalina of Bulgaria, daughter of Simeon II of Bulgaria. The Royal wedding was the subject of a television documentary. The wedding ceremony was Roman Catholic but followed by an Eastern Orthodox blessing. 1845


Antonio married Kalina Princess of Bulgaria, daughter of Simeon II and Dona Margarita Gomez-Acebo y Cejuela, on 26 Oct 2002.1845 (Kalina Princess of Bulgaria was born on 19 Jan 1972 in Madrid, Madrid, Spain 1845.)

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