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English: Cloister
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Esperanto: Klostro
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Italiano: Chiostro
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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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cloister 
open space surrounded by covered walks or open galleries
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English: A cloister is an enclosed space, commonly in the form of a green square (called cloister garden) with surrounding arcades, that forms the central part of a monastery. It is, however, 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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