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El Ferrol

[ el fer-rawl ]
/ ɛl fɛrˈrɔl /
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noun

a seaport in northwestern Spain: naval arsenal and dockyard.

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Also called Fer·rol [fer-rawl] /fɛrˈrɔl/ .

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El Ferrol
/ (Spanish ɛl fɛˈrrɔl) /

noun

a port in NW Spain, on the Atlantic: fortified naval base, with a deep natural harbour. Pop: 78 764 (2003 est)Former name: El Ferrol del Caudillo (dɛl kauˈðiʎo)
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