Definition of Avignon in English:

Avignon

Syllabification: A·vi·gnon
Pronunciation: /ˌävēnˈyôN
 
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  • A city on the Rhône River in southeastern France; population 94,787 (2006). From 1309 until 1377, it was the residence of the popes during their exile from Rome, and it was papal property until the French Revolution.

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