Dos Hermanas

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From Spanish, meaning "two sisters". The name dates from its founding in 1248 by Ferdinand III of Castile and honours the sisters of Gonzalo Nazareno, one of the king's principal military commanders.

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Dos Hermanas

  1. A city in Spain, in the autonomous community of Andalusia about fifteen kilometres south of Seville.

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Proper noun[edit]

Dos Hermanas ?

  1. Dos Hermanas (city)

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