1. Capital of the medieval kingdom of Castile. Place where many Castilian kings were crowned. 
  2. Famous for its cathedral and for being situated on the centuries-old pilgrim route to Santiago of Compostela. 
  3. In modern times, it is the capital of the province of Burgos in the autonomous community of Castile and León, northern Spain.
  4. Enrique, Count of Trastámara, was crowned king in Burgos, despite his half-brother, Pedro of Castile, being still alive. [Pedro, ch. 36: 65-72]

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