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Ebro (ˈiːbrəʊ Pronunciation for Ebro ; Spanish ˈeβro) 



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

Example Sentences Including 'Ebro'

As they retreated back across the Ebro , the Republicans left behind them many dead and much precious material.
Preston, Paul Franco
From there, they can cross the Rio Ebro to Bodegas Julian Chivite, one of Navarre's most prominent wineries.
Globe and Mail (2003)
Here, the Ebro supplies water for a power station, and creates a lake 60km long.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
Top billing for value went to Spain and Bodegas Borsao from Borja in the Ebro valley.
Belfast Telegraph (2003)


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