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An elaborately carved ceremonial gateway in Buddhist and Hindu architecture. (associated with Buddhism and Hinduism)
Supporting frames (often elaborate) for church windows with ornamental forms. May be fashioned from stone or wood; stylistically associated with Gothic architecture. (associated with Christian faiths)
The space of a cruciform church that extends out from the nave at right angles. (associated with Christian faiths)
An aisle on the east, west or both sides of a transept. (associated with Christian faiths)
The chapel on the eastern section of a transept, usually set in a transept aisle, but occasionally projecting from it in an apsidal arrangement. (associated with Christian faiths)
An arcaded passage above the nave arcade and below the clerestory. (associated with Christian faiths)
A small slender tower that projects vertically from a wall, usually at the angle of a building. (associated with multiple faiths)
Space enclosed by a gable or semicircular arch over a doorway. (associated with multiple faiths)
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