Antonio López de Ayala Velasco y Cardeñas, Count of Fuensalida

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Antonio López de Ayala Velasco y Cardeñas (? – 1709) was a Spanish noble and politician.

He was Count of Fuensalida and Colmenar, and Grande of Spain. He was successively viceroy of Navarra, governor of Galicia, Viceroy of Sardinia and Governor of the Duchy of Milan.

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Government offices
Preceded by
Alexander Farnese, Prince of Parma
Viceroy of Navarre
1676–1681
Succeeded by
Íñigo de Velandia Arce y Arellano
Preceded by
Diego Ventura, Archbishop of Cagliari
Viceroy of Sardinia
1682–1686
Succeeded by
José Delitala y Castelví
Preceded by
Juan Henríquez de Cabrera, Count of Melgar
Governor
of the Duchy of Milan

1686–1691
Succeeded by
Diego Dávila Mesía y Guzmán, 3rd Marquis of Leganés