Tarragona

Tarragona, a Spanish seaport, capital of a province (349) of its own name, situated at the entrance of the Francoli into the Mediterranean, 60 m. W. of Barcelona; contains many interesting remains of the Roman occupation, including an aqueduct, still used, and the Tower of the Scipios; possesses also a 12th-century Gothic cathedral; has a large shipping and transport trade, and manufactures silk, jute, lace, &c.

Population (circa 1900) given as 27,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Tarquinius * Tarrytown
Tarascon
Tarbes
Tare and Tret
Tarentum
Targums
Tarifa
Tarnopol
Tarnov
Tarpeian Rock
Tarquinius
Tarragona
Tarrytown
Tarshish
Tarsus
Tartars
Tartarus
Tartessus
Tartini, Giuseppe
Tartuffe
Tashkand
Tasman Sea

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