Carcassonne

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Car·cas·sonne

 (kär′kə-sôn′, -sōn′, -kä-)
A city of southern France southeast of Toulouse. Its medieval stronghold is a major tourist attraction.
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Carcassonne

(French karkasɔn)
n
(Placename) a city in SW France: extensive remains of medieval fortifications. Pop: 48 212 (2006)
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Car•cas•sonne

(kar kaˈsɔn)

n.
a city in S France: medieval fortifications. 44,623.
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