Aranjuez

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Aranjuez

(äränghwāth`), town (1990 pop. 38,239), Madrid prov., central Spain, on the Tagus River. As a market for the irrigated horticulture nearby, it is known for its asparagus and strawberries. It was once a royal summer residence with elaborate gardens. The palace burned several times in the 17th cent. but was rebuilt (1727) by Philip V. Now within commuting range of Madrid, the city manufactures chemicals, metal products, and textiles.
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Una de las primeras obras impresas sobre el particular es el Manifiesto imparcial y exacto de lo mas importante ocurrido en Aranjuez, Madrid y Bayona (18).
Todo lo que era Espana y su imperio quedo arrollado por un remolino de guerra y revolucion como resultado de lo ocurrido de marzo a mayo de 1808 en Aranjuez, Madrid y Bayona.
He then lists the exact itinerary (to give one example here, Johann Friedrich Kessler writes an account of his trip from Barcelona through Cartagena, Mahon, Cadiz, Laguna, Cordoba, Aranjuez, Madrid, El Escorial, Pamplona, and San Felipe in 1778) before issuing judgments on the book's literary value, rarity, possible value in the rare book market, and locations.
They have been conducting intensive training under Joaquin Tinao at his yard in Aranjuez, Madrid, as well as earlier this year in Bahrain.
Resulta que el mas sanguinario de los terroristas de la ETA, Jose Ignacio de Juana Chaos, condenado a 3 mil 129 anos por el asesinato --con premeditacion, alevosia y ventaja-- de veinticinco personas, salio de la prision de Aranjuez, Madrid, el 2 de agosto pasado tras cumplir solo 21 anos entre rejas; y eso que le fueron agregados otros tres anos por amenazas terroristas.
The team's victories came after a month of intensive training with trainer Joaquin Tinao at his yard in Aranjuez, Madrid, as well as in Bahrain.
escribe Juan Antonio Alvarez de Quindos en su Descripcion historica del Real Bosque y Casa de Aranjuez, Madrid, 1804, p.