Graus is a village in the Spanish province of Huesca, It is noted for its impressive Basilica de Santa Maria de la Pena and for a nearby Buddhist monastery. It is one of the areas of Aragon where the Aragonese language is still spoken.

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Photo: Bocachete, Public domain.


42.1899° or 42° 11' 23.8" north
0.339° or 0° 20' 20.3" east
535 metres (1755 feet)
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node 364855658
Geo­Names ID
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Also Known As

  • Albanian: Graus
  • Arabic: Graus
  • Aragonese: Graus
  • Asturian: Graus
  • Basque: Graus
  • Catalan: Graus
  • Cebuano: Graus (kapital sa munisipyo)
  • Cebuano: Graus
  • Chechen: Граус
  • Chinese: Graus
  • Chinese: 格劳斯
  • Chinese: 格勞斯
  • Dimli (individual language): Graus
  • Dutch: Graus
  • French: Graus
  • Galician: Graus
  • German: Graus
  • Greek: Γκράους
  • Hakka Chinese: Graus
  • Hausa: Graus
  • Hebrew: גראוס
  • Hungarian: Graus
  • Italian: Graus
  • Japanese: グラウス
  • Lithuanian: Grausas
  • Malay: Graus
  • Min Nan Chinese: Graus
  • Occitan (post 1500): Graus
  • Polish: Graus
  • Portuguese: Graus
  • Russian: Граус
  • Serbo-Croatian: Graus
  • Spanish: Graus
  • Swedish: Graus
  • Tatar: Граус
  • Ukrainian: Граус
  • Uzbek: Graus
  • Venetian: Graus
  • Waray (Philippines): Graus
  • Yue Chinese: 格勞斯

Other Places Named Graus

  • Locality, Graus, Aragon
  • Hamlet, Lleida, Catalonia

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