The ancient and noble Spanish surname Londono is of local origin, being one of those surnames derived from the place of origin of the original bearer of the surname. In this case, the surname Londono is derived from the place-name Londoño. Thus, the surname Londono was simply applied as an easy means of identifying one who hailed from the place of the same name.
Early Origins of the Londono family
The surname Londono was first found in Londoño, a town in the northern province of Vizcaya.
Early History of the Londono family
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Julio Londoño (1901-1980), Colombian historian, President of the Academy of History in 1967
Beatriz Londoño Soto M.D. (b. 1959), Colombian physician and administrative politician, 2nd Minister of Health and Social Protection of Colombia (2011-2012), Ambassador of Colombia to Switzerland (2013-)
Germán Londoño, Colombian artist from Medellín
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Ricardo Londoño -Bridge (1949-2009), Colombian racing driver who was murdered on Saturday July 18, 2009
Fernando Londoño Hoyos (b. 1944), Colombian politician, lawyer, and economist, 1st Minister of the Interior and Justice of Colombia (2002-2004), 8th Minister of the Interior of Colombia in 2002
Fernando Londoño y Londoño (1910-1994), Colombian lawyer and diplomat, Colombia Ambassador to Brazil (1969-1970), Colombian Minister of Government (1961-1962), 30th Governor of Caldas in 1953, Mayor of Manizales (1950-1952)
Néstor Osorio Londoño, Colombian politician, the 27th Permanent Representative of Colombia to the United Nations