caravansary


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  • noun

Synonyms for caravansary

an inn in some eastern countries with a large courtyard that provides accommodation for caravans

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Also Mir Panj Caravansary, School, and Gozar No Cistern are valuable in this regard.
Homs Textiles Association was established in 1970 at al-Qasiria region and it is like a khan / caravansary / that includes many shops selling textiles, Arab abaya, towels and other commodities and customers used to gather near these shops to buy whatever they want.
John's Church in Maadi is transforming into a caravansary for Egyptian and foreign artists, staging an exhibition that I feel is going to be extraordinary.
Exploring the streets of Granada with Manuel Fernandez Rodriguez, an official Granada tour guide with a passion for Lorca, you smell, hear, taste, and feel sensations embodied in his poems: the taste of local olives at a tapas bar on a winding street near the cathedral; a glass of homemade pale cortado sherry poured from the tap of a wine barrel in an ancient bar; the sound of footsteps down the alleys along an ancient Arab caravansary.
All persons traveling on government business must spend the night at this caravansary, located one day's journey west of Istanbul, whether they are just leaving or approaching the capital.
In some cases, even no equivalent in other language can be found for a special term that names a component in a caravansary of a special region.
In 1982 Mexico's Fondo de Cultura Economica brought out a book of poems entitled Caravansary in its Tierra Firme collection.
In a Seljuk caravansary (an inn built to accommodate caravans) outside Konya, I observed them in a two-hour ritual.
87) The site most likely functioned as a way station, a caravansary, where travelers came, rested, ate, and made votive offerings before continuing on.