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    Hi all,

    A question that so far, despite a fair bit of research, we have been unable to find a definitive answer…

    A Naya can be found as part of many properties in Spain, we believe this to be an ‘enclosed outside terrace’.

    After speaking to a fair few Spanish people, none of them know the word Naya, nor can tell us it’s origin.

    We have managed to find a Japanese translationof the word, but that’s the closest we have.

    So with reference to Spanish property…Where did the word Naya come from?

    many thanks

    Matt 🙂

    NB. we have no net access @ the office at the mo, so please either post here or direct any email to contact(at)


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