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 (ē′brō, ĕ′vrō)
A river rising in the Cantabrian Mountains of northern Spain and flowing about 925 km (575 mi) to the Mediterranean Sea southwest of Barcelona.


(ˈiːbrəʊ; Spanish ˈeβro)
(Placename) the second largest river in Spain, rising in the Cantabrian Mountains and flowing southeast to the Mediterranean. Length: 910 km (565 miles)


(ˈi broʊ, ˈeɪ broʊ)

a river flowing SE from N Spain to the Mediterranean. ab. 470 mi. (755 km) long.
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Noun1.Ebro - a river in northeastern SpainEbro - a river in northeastern Spain; flows into the Mediterranean
Espana, Kingdom of Spain, Spain - a parliamentary monarchy in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula; a former colonial power
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A room with a view Surrounded by ancient city walls, La Suda Castle towers above the old quarter and provides a panoramic viewpoint over the town, nearby mountains and Ebro valley.
Site index curves for natural Aleppo pine forests in the Central Ebro Valley (Spain)
Seeking a favorable site to continue their investigation of the relationship of nucleated settlements to their landscape in Spain during the crucial transition period of the first millennium BC, a team of archaeologists found La Rioja in the upper reaches of the Ebro Valley, straddling the interface between the Celtiberian heartland of central Iberia and the Atlantic zone of the Bay of Biscay.
The absence of significant lateral hillslope landsliding in the Ebro valley during its geological evolution precludes any rapid river downcutting period as such in the present day Himalayan rivers (Burbank et al.
Between them, the Ebro Valley crosses the region from Northwest to Southeast.