Category:Cloisters

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Brezhoneg: Kloastr
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Català: Claustre
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Čeština: Křížová chodba
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Deutsch: Kreuzgang
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English: Cloister
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Español: Claustro
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Esperanto: Klostro
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Français : Cloître
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Galego: Claustro
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Italiano: Chiostro
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עברית: קלויסטר
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Lëtzebuergesch: Kräizgank
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Nederlands: Kloostergang
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日本語: 回廊
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Norsk bokmål: Korsgang
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Polski: Krużganek
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Português: Claustro
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Svenska: Korsgång
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ไทย: ระเบียงคด
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中文: 回廊
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claustro (es); kerengő (hu); Klaustro (eu); Клуатр (ru); Kreuzgang (de); Clabhstra (ga); 回廊 (zh); Kleastergong (fy); Claustru (ro); 回廊 (ja); Korsgång (sv); קלויסטר (he); Claustrum (la); Klostro (io); 회랑 (ko); klostro (eo); křížová chodba (cs); chiostro (it); cloître (fr); Ristikäik (et); Claustro (gl); korsgang (da); Claustro (an); Кружганак (be-tarask); Clastras (oc); claustro (pt); Klaustar (sh); วิหารคด (th); claustre (ca); Клаустер (sr); Križni hodnik (sl); Ambit (sk); Kräizgank (lb); Krużganek (pl); klausura (id); Klausura (sw); korsgang (nb); kloostergang (nl); Клуатр (uk); Клуатр (bg); Klaustar (hr); Dengta arkada (lt); cloister (en); Клуатр (be); kloastr (br); конак (mk) estructura arquitectónica (es); Bauteil von Klöstern, Umgang zu den Konventsgebäuden (de); galerie couverte et fermée en quadrilatère au cœur d'édifices religieux (fr); open space surrounded by covered walks or open galleries (en); krytá chodba, která obepíná čtvercový vnitřní dvůr (cs); манастирски ходник (mk); åben og overdækket gang (da) клостер (mk); cloitre (fr); kruisgang, pandgang, claustrum, ambulatorium (nl)
cloister 
open space surrounded by covered walks or open galleries
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English: A cloister is a covered walk, open gallery running along the walls of buildings and forming an enclosed space, commonly in the form of a green square (called cloister garden) with surrounding colonnades, that forms the central part of a monastery. However, it is not a monastery or abbey but only a possible part thereof. Hence, the German and Swedish term Kloster, the Dutch klooster or Polish klasztor translate to monastery but not to cloister.

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