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/ lɔˈgrɔ nyɔ /
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a city in N Spain.
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How to use Logroño in a sentence
The chiefs, Zurbano and Muro, were captured near Logrono, and were both shot.The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III.|E. Farr and E. H. Nolan
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|Louise Creighton
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|Eleanor E. Tremayne
British Dictionary definitions for Logroño
/ (Spanish loˈɣroɲo) /
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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