Definition of Fontainebleau in English:

Fontainebleau

Syllabification: Fon·taine·bleau
Pronunciation: /ˌfôNtenˈblō, ˈfäntinˌblō
 
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A town in north central France, southeast of Paris, where King Louis XIV revoked the Edict of Nantes and Napoleon I signed his first abdication; population 16,302 (2007).

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