Prevedi Toledo na: nemački
Španski grad u Novoj Kastilji.
Ženski ručni rad na platnu, svili i dr., kod koga se izvlače žice i prave šupljike sa raznim šarama (naziv po španskom gradu Toledo).
/ təliːdoʊ /
Množina reči Toledo je Toledos.
1. A city in central Spain on the Tagus river; famous for steel and swords since the first century.
2. An industrial city in northwestern Ohio on Lake Erie.
3. City in Iowa (USA); zip code 52342.
4. City in Oregon (USA); zip code 97391.
5. City in Washington (USA); zip code 98591.
6. Village in Illinois (USA); zip code 62468.
(US) Port on Lake Erie, Ohio, US, at the mouth of the Maumee River; Industries include food processing and the manufacture of vehicles, electrical goods, and glass. A French fort was built 1700, but permanent settlement did not begin until after the War of 1812.
The University of Toledo is here.(Spain) City on the river Tagus, Castilla–La Mancha, central Spain; It was the capital of the Visigoth kingdom 534–711 (see Goth), then became a Moorish city, and was the Castilian capital 1085–1560.
In the 12th century, Toledo had a flourishing steel industry and a school of translators, run by Archbishop Raymond (1125–1151), writing Latin versions of Arabic philosophical works. The painter El Greco worked here from about 1575 (his house and garden are preserved), and the local landscape is the setting of Cervantes’ novel Don Quixote.