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Tarragona

[ tahr-uh-goh-nuh, tar-uh-; Spanish tah-rah-gaw-nai ]

noun

  1. a city in Catalonia, NE Spain, on the Mediterranean Sea.


Tarragona

/ tarraˈɣona /

noun

  1. a port in NE Spain, on the Mediterranean: one of the richest seaports of the Roman Empire; destroyed by the Moors (714). Pop: 121 076 (2003 est) Latin nameTarracotəˈrɑːkəʊ


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A taphonomist at the Catalan Institute of Human Paleoecology and Social Evolution in Tarragona, Spain, Blasco is an expert in Neandertal diet.

Juana comprehended this reproach, and by her advice Diard sent back to Tarragona all the pictures he had brought from there.

Destroyed at an earlier period by the Saracens, Tarragona was rebuilt in the twelfth century.

I did not discover any other old church in Tarragona, yet I should suppose there must be some in so large a city.

Tarragona is the see of an archbishop, who claims to be equal, if not superior, to the Archbishop of Toledo.

Within a few days Tarragona, Gerona and Matar followed the example, the garrisons participating in the movement.

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