[suh-goh-vee-uh; Spanish se-gaw-vyah]
- An·drés [ahn-dres] /ɑnˈdrɛs/, 1893–87, Spanish guitarist.
- a city in central Spain: well-preserved Roman aqueduct.
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Segovia is best known for its trilogy of monuments: the Aqueduct, the Cathedral, and the Fortress.
As is typical in Segovia, this palace dates back to the 16th century and guests are treated to a winning blend of old and new.
We were attending the corpse in that litter to the city of Segovia.Wit and Wisdom of Don Quixote
Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
We visited Cuenca, Segovia, and many an out-of-the-way spot.Tracks of a Rolling Stone
Henry J. Coke
To drive into a town such as Segovia is a grand test for the nerves.Cathedral Cities of Spain
William Wiehe Collins
At about this time one of the synagogues in Segovia was transformed into a church.
Pacheco, marquis of Villana, and the Marranos of Segovia, 283.
- a town in central Spain: site of a Roman aqueduct, still in use, and the fortified palace of the kings of Castile (the Alcázar). Pop: 55 640 (2003 est)
- Andrés (anˈdres), Marquis of Salobreña. 1893–1987, Spanish classical guitarist
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