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shrine

noun /ʃrain/
a holy or sacred place
santuario
Many people visited the shrine where the saint lay buried.
a usually highly-decorated case for holding holy objects.
relicario
Translations of “shrine”
in Korean 사당, 성지…
in Arabic مَقام, ضَريح…
in French lieu saint, châsse…
in Italian santuario, reliquiario…
in Chinese (Traditional) 聖地, 神龕, 聖壇…
in Russian храм, святыня…
in Turkish tapınak, türbe, kutsal yer…
in Polish sanktuarium…
in Portuguese santuário…
in German das Heiligengrab, der Reliquienschrein…
in Catalan santuari…
in Japanese 聖堂, 祭壇, 神社…
in Chinese (Simplified) 圣地, 神龛, 圣坛…
(Definition of shrine from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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