Definition of Narbonne in English:

Narbonne

Line breaks: Nar|bonne
Pronunciation: /nɑːˈbɒn
 
, naʀbɔn/
A city in southern France, in Languedoc-Roussillon, just inland from the Mediterranean; population 51,996 (2006). Founded by the Romans, it was capital of the province of Gallic Narbonensis. It was a prosperous port until its harbour silted up in the 14th century.

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