Definition of Taranto in English:

Taranto

Line breaks: Tar|anto
Pronunciation: /təˈrantəʊ
 
, taˈranto/
A seaport and naval base in Apulia, SE Italy; population 194,021 (2008). Founded by the Greeks in the 8th century bc, it came under Roman rule in 272 bc.

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