Tarragona

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Tar·ra·go·na

 (tăr′ə-gō′nə, tä′rä-gō′nä)
A city of northeast Spain on the Mediterranean Sea west-southwest of Barcelona. Formerly a provincial capital of Roman Spain, it remains an important cultural center.
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Tarragona

(Spanish tarraˈɣona)
n
(Placename) 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 name: Tarraco
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