Pamplona

Pamplona is a city in Navarra, . It is most famous world-wide for its San Fermín festival, held each year from July 6-14. San Fermín festival includes the legendary "Running of the Bulls", which features the daily bullrun or "Encierro" in Spanish.
Photo: Theklan, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Notable Places in the Area

Museum
The Museum of Navarra is the art , and is located on Calle Cuesta Santo Domingo in Pamplona, in the province of Spain. Photo: Stegop, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Castle
The or The New Castle is an old military renaissance fort, constructed between the 16th and 17th centuries in the city of Pamplona, the capital of the Community. Photo: Wikimedia, Public domain.

Castle
Photo: Jialxv, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Theatre
Photo: Stegop, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

is a region in Northern Spain. is one of the historic Basque districts, with its Basque features conspicuous in the north, while virtually absent on the southern fringes. Photo: Artsuaga, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Town
is a municipality in province, Spain on the outskirts of the city of Pamplona. Photo: Zarateman, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Town
Ansoain is a town and municipality located in the province and autonomous community of Navarra, northern . Photo: Miguillen, CC BY 3.0.

Pamplona

Latitude
42.8185° or 42° 49' 6.4" north
Longitude
-1.6443° or 1° 38' 39.3" west
Open Location Code
8CJWR994+97
Population
196,000
IATA airport code
PNA
United Nations Location Code
ES PNA
Elevation
460 metres (1509 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 28849760
Geo­Names ID
3114472
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Also Known As

  • Arabic: Pamplona
  • Arabic: بنبلونة
  • Aragonese: Pamplona
  • Armenian: Պամպլոնա
  • Asturian: Pamplona
  • Aymara: Pamplona
  • Basque: Iruinea
  • Basque: Iruña
  • Basque: Iruñea
  • Basque: Pamplona
  • Belarusian: Памплона
  • Belarusian: Памплёна
  • Bengali: পামপ্লোনা
  • Bosnian: Pamplona
  • Breton: Iruñea
  • Bulgarian: Памплона
  • Catalan: Pamplona
  • Cebuano: Pamplona (kapital sa rehiyon)
  • Cebuano: Pamplona
  • Chinese: Pamplona
  • Chinese: 旁普隆納
  • Chinese: 潘普洛納
  • Chinese: 潘普洛纳
  • Croatian: Pamplona
  • Czech: Pamplona
  • Danish: Pamplona
  • Dutch: Pamplona
  • Egyptian Arabic: بامبلونا
  • Egyptian Arabic: بنبلونه
  • English: Iruña
  • English: Iruñea
  • English: Pampeluna
  • English: Pampelune
  • Esperanto: Pamplono
  • Estonian: Pamplona
  • Extremaduran: Pamplona
  • Finnish: Pamplona
  • French: Iruña
  • French: Iruñea
  • French: Pampelune
  • French: Pamplona
  • Galician: Iruña
  • Galician: Pamplona
  • Georgian: პამპლონა
  • German: Iruña
  • German: Iruñea
  • German: Pamplona
  • Greek: Παμπλόνα
  • Gujarati: પામ્પલોના
  • Hebrew: פמפלונה
  • Hindi: पैम्प्लोना
  • Hungarian: Pamplona
  • Icelandic: Pamplona
  • Ido: Pamplona
  • Indonesian: Pamplona
  • Interlingue: Pamplona
  • Irish: Iruña
  • Irish: Iruñea
  • Irish: Pamplona
  • Italian: Pamplona
  • Japanese: パンプローナ
  • Javanese: Pamplona
  • Kannada: ಪಾಂಪ್ಲೋನ
  • Korean: 팜플로나
  • Korean: 팜플로냐
  • Ladino: Pamplona
  • Latin: Pompaelo
  • Latin: Pompeiopolis
  • Latin: Pompelo
  • Latvian: Pamplona
  • Limburgan: Pamplona
  • Lithuanian: Pamplona
  • Luxembourgish: Pamplona
  • Macedo-Romanian: Pamplona
  • Macedonian: Ируња
  • Macedonian: Памплона
  • Malagasy: Pamplona
  • Malay: Pamplona
  • Marathi: पाम्पलोना
  • Min Nan Chinese: Pamplona
  • Norwegian: Pamplona
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Pamplona
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Pamplona
  • Occitan (post 1500): Pampalona
  • Ossetian: Памплонæ
  • Persian: پامپلونا
  • Polish: Pampeluna
  • Portuguese: Pamplona
  • Quechua: Pamplona
  • Romanian: Pamplona
  • Russian: Памплона
  • Sanskrit: पाम्प्लोना
  • Sardinian: Pamplona
  • Scots: Pamplona
  • Scottish Gaelic: Iruña
  • Serbian: Памплона
  • Serbo-Croatian: Pamplona
  • Silesian: Pamplona
  • Sinhala: පැම්ප්ලෝනා
  • Slovak: Pamplona
  • Slovenian: Pamplona
  • South Azerbaijani: پامپلونا
  • Spanish: Iruña
  • Spanish: Pamplona
  • Spanish: Pompaelo
  • Spanish: Pompeiópolis
  • Swedish: Pamplona
  • Tagalog: Lungsod ng Iruñea
  • Tagalog: Pamplona
  • Tamil: இருனியா
  • Tatar: Памплона
  • Telugu: పంప్లోన
  • Tetum: Pamplona
  • Thai: ปัมโปลนา
  • Turkish: Pamplona / Iruña
  • Turkish: Pamplona
  • Ukrainian: Памплона
  • Urdu: پامپلونا
  • Venetian: Pamplona
  • Vietnamese: Pamplona
  • Volapük: Pamplona
  • Waray (Philippines): Pamplona
  • Welsh: Iruñea
  • Welsh: Pamplona
  • Western Panjabi: پامپلونا
  • Wu Chinese: 潘普洛纳 (西班牙)
  • Yue Chinese: 旁普隆納
  • Pamplona/Iruña

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