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 (păm-plō′nə, päm-plō′nä)
A city of northern Spain east-southeast of Bilbao. An ancient Basque city, it was captured by the Visigoths, Franks, and Moors and became the capital of the kingdom of Navarre (824-1512). The city is known for its annual running of the bulls during the feast of San Fermin.
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(pæmˈpləʊnə; Spanish pamˈplona)
(Placename) a city in N Spain in the foothills of the Pyrenees: capital of the kingdom of Navarre from the 11th century until 1841. Pop: 190 937 (2003 est). Former name: Pampeluna
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(pæmˈploʊ nə, pɑm-)

also Pampeluna

a city in N Spain. 183,703.
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Baldwin to Pamplona, Spain, as he took part in the famous Running of the Bulls last month in July.
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MC RE: The bull festival in Pamplona, Spain, where is the enjoyment of watching people running in the street to avoid being gored by stampeding bulls, following them and, after the day is run, the bulls are killed in the ring?
Famed Spanish bull run festival ends with 8 people gored this year !-- -- ( - July 15, 2019 - 8:16am PAMPLONA, Spain Thousands of revellers raised candles and red scarves in the air and swayed back and forth as they sang a mournful song to mark the end on Sunday of Spain's most famous bull running festival in Pamplona which saw eight daredevils gored this year.
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<B Revellers run with fighting bulls at Plaza Consistorial during the third day of the San Fermin Running of the Bulls festival in Pamplona, Spain, yesterday
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