Definition of Strasbourg in English:

Strasbourg

Line breaks: Stras|bourg
Pronunciation: /ˈstrazbəːg
 
, stʀasbuʀ/
A city in NE France, the capital of Alsace, close to the border with Germany; population 276,867 (2006). Annexed by Germany in 1870, it was returned to France after the First World War. It is the headquarters of the Council of Europe and of the European Parliament.

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