- a city in N Spain.
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The chiefs, Zurbano and Muro, were captured near Logrono, and were both shot.The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III.
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On hearing of his safe arrival the emperor, writing from Logrono, hastened to send him a warm welcome.The First Governess of the Netherlands, Margaret of Austria
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The army crossed the deep and rapid Ebro by the bridge at Logrono, and encamped near the little town of Navarette.Life of Edward the Black Prince
- a walled city in N Spain, on the Ebro River: trading centre of an agricultural region noted for its wine. Pop: 139 615 (2003 est)
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