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Tarrasa,

city, Spain: see TerrassaTerrassa
or Tarrasa
, town (1990 pop. 161,682), Barcelona prov., NE Spain, in Catalonia. It is an industrial town, long famous for its woolen textiles. The town dates back to Roman days. It has a textile school and a textile museum.
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Tarrasa

 

a city in Spain, in Barcelona Province, Catalonia. Population, 138,700 (1970). Tarrasa, the sister city of Barcelona, produces woolen and cotton textiles and paper products. It also has an electronics industry.

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Tarrasa

a city in NE Spain: textile centre. Pop.: 184 829 (2003 est.)
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