Definition of Segovia in English:

Segovia

Line breaks: Sego|via
Pronunciation: /sɪˈgəʊvɪə
 
, seˈɣoβja/
A city in north central Spain, north-east of Madrid; population 56,858 (2008). Taken by the Moors in the 8th century, it was reclaimed by the king of Castile, Alfonso VI (d.1109), in 1079.

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