Definition of Atalayas
1. atalaya [n] - See also: atalaya
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Atalayas
Literary usage of Atalayas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Handbook for Travellers in Spain by Richard Ford (1855)
"Hannibal built so many of these atalayas on the coast from Cadiz to Saguntum that ... by water in picturesque Místicos; those road is guarded by atalayas, ..."
2. The Face of the Earth: (Das Antlitz Der Erde) by Eduard Suess (1906)
"... which are most remote from the Alps. On the other hand there appears on the coast, in the little mountain range of atalayas de Alcala, near Castellon, ..."
3. The Tourist in Spain: Andalusia by Thomas Roscoe (1836)
"Of old, it was his business to keep up a din during the whole night, to see that the atalayas on the sea-shore were all lighted up, to throw light upon any ..."
4. Venezuela-British Guiana Boundary Arbitration: The Counter-case of the by Venezuela (1898)
"From its mouth up to the first settlements of the Kingdom of Santa Fe, in Macuco, near the plains of the Colony of Santiago de las atalayas, is rather ..."
5. British Guiana Boundary: Arbitration with the United States of Venezuela by Great Britain (1898)
"The Meta from its mouth up to the first settlements of the Kingdom of Santa Fe in Macuco, near the plains of the Government of Santiago de las atalayas, ..."