Navarre - translation to french
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Navarre - translation to french

CHARTERED COMMUNITY OF SPAIN
Navarra (province); Navarra; Comunidad Foral de Navarra; Nafarroa; Navarra Autonomous Community; Navarra Autonomous Community, Spain; Navarrese; Nafarroako Foru Erkidegoa; Foral Community of Navarre; Nafarroako; Navarre (province); Upper Navarre; Navarran; Navarra Province; Province of Navarra; Province of Navarre; Nafarroako Foru Komunitatea; Nafarroa (province); Province of Nafarroa; Navarra (Autonomous Community); Navarre Province; Chartered Community of Navarre; Navarran people; Navarrese people; History of Navarre; ES-NC
  • Arturo Campión (1854 – 1937), a major Basque Navarrese activist, and MP in Madrid during the Gamazada
  • Baztan valley
  • Rome]]'s stylistic influence
  • [[Bardenas Reales]]
  • Carlists in retreat to the Irache monastery during the [[Third Carlist War]]
  • the Kingdom of Pamplona]] through the years 1029 y 1035.
  • Façade of the Parliament of Navarre in Pamplona
  • Percentage of people that speak Basque well (2001).
  • Distribution by municipality of the Basque-speaking zone, mixed-speaking zone and the non-Basque speaking zone through the modification of 2017.
  • Navarra products treemap, 2020
  • Map of Navarre
  • [[Navarra Suma]] (20)}}
  • Civil Guard]] in this territory.
  • [[Irati Forest]]

Navarre         
Navarre, a historical region and former kingdom (southwest Europe), in the Pyrenees of northern Spain, and southwest France
Pampelune         
Pampeluna, Pamplona, a city of northern Spain east-southeast of Bilbao, became the capital of the kingdom of Navarre (824-1512)

Definition

Navarrese
·adj Of or pertaining to Navarre.
II. Navarrese ·noun ·sg & ·pl A native or inhabitant of Navarre; the people of Navarre.

Wikipedia

Navarre

Navarre (English: ; Spanish: Navarra [naˈβara]; Basque: Nafarroa [nafaro.a]), officially the Chartered Community of Navarre (Spanish: Comunidad Foral de Navarra [komuniˈðað foˈɾal de naˈβara]; Basque: Nafarroako Foru Komunitatea [nafaro.ako foɾu komunitate.a]), is a landlocked foral autonomous community and province in northern Spain, bordering the Basque Autonomous Community, La Rioja, and Aragon in Spain and Nouvelle-Aquitaine in France. The capital city is Pamplona (Basque: Iruña). The present-day province makes up the majority of the territory of the medieval Kingdom of Navarre, a long-standing Pyrenean kingdom that occupied lands on both sides of the western Pyrenees, with its northernmost part, Lower Navarre, located in the southwest corner of France.

Navarre is in the transition zone between Green Spain and semi-arid interior areas, and thus its landscapes vary widely across the region. Being in a transition zone also produces a highly variable climate, with summers that are a mix of cooler spells and heat waves, and winters that are mild for the latitude. Navarre is one of the historic Basque districts: its Basque features are conspicuous in the north, but virtually absent on the southern fringes. The best-known event in Navarre is the annual festival of San Fermín held in Pamplona in July.

Pronunciation examples for Navarre
1. As a matter of fact, Joe Navarro wrote the book,
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2. And I think Dave Navarro was eating a cookie.
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3. But Lourdes Garcia-Navarro in the middle of Libya.
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4. Navarro, who is from Nicaragua, is a good example.
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5. Peter Mel from Mavericks on a beauty. This is Chilean, Ramon Navarro.
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Examples of use of Navarre
1. Trois bastions de droite (Canaries, Navarre et Baléares) pourraient passer ŕ gauche.
2. La démarche n‘est pas passée inaperçue: «L‘auditoire Marguerite de Navarre était plein.
3. On est en pleine sierra de Aralar, ŕ l‘extręme ouest de la Navarre.
4. Et jusqu‘ŕ des cheminées en pierre ou en marbre, évadées des maisons de maître de France et de Navarre.
5. André Navarre Jeudi 31 juillet 2008 Au bout de la route, c‘est le «Lac Léman». C‘est ce qu‘indique le panneau de signalisation.