Definition of Pamplona in English:

Pamplona

proper noun

  • A city in northern Spain, capital of the former kingdom and modern region of Navarre; population 197,275 (2008). It is noted for the fiesta of San Fermin, held there in July, which is celebrated with the running of bulls through the streets of the city.

Pronunciation:

Pamplona

/pamˈpləʊnə/