Definition of Camargue in English:

Camargue

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Pronunciation: /kəˈmɑːɡ
 
, kamaʀɡ/
(the Camargue)
A region of the Rhône delta in SE France, characterized by numerous shallow salt lagoons. The region is known for its white horses and as a nature reserve.

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