[ee-broh; Spanish e-vraw]
- a river flowing SE from N Spain to the Mediterranean. About 470 miles (755 km) long.
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Examples from the Web for ebro
In the morning they continued on their way to find the river Ebro.The Story of Don Quixote
Arvid Paulson, Clayton Edwards, and Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
Sometimes also called Navarette; it lies beyond the Ebro, near Logroo.A History of England
Their city is Varia,1236 situated near to the passage of the Ebro.
It is on the Ebro, and has a population of some eighty thousand people.
At half-past eight they were at Tudela, the head of navigation on the Ebro.
- the second largest river in Spain, rising in the Cantabrian Mountains and flowing southeast to the Mediterranean. Length: 910 km (565 miles)
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