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Tarragona (Spanish) [tarraˈγona]
(Placename) a port in NE Spain, on the Mediterranean: one of the richest seaports of the Roman Empire; destroyed by the Moors (714). Pop.: 112 795 (1998 est.) Latin name Tarraco [təˈrɑːkəʊ]
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It was known during the Roman times as Tarraco, and here important monuments nestle alongside beautiful beaches.
Roman Hispania, as it was then known, was divided into three provinces: Tarraconensis in the east, with its capital of Tarraco (Tarragona), Baetica in the south headed by Corduba (Cordoba), and Lusitania in the areas of Extremadura and Portugal, with its capital of Augusta Emerita (Augustus' Veteran Colony), now known as Merida.
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