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buildingn gebouw
structuren structuur
aquariumn aquarium
airportc luchthaven, c vlieghaven
  • check in counter
  • c incheckbalie
  • departure lounge
  • lounge
  • passport control
  • c paspoortcontrole
  • gate control
  • c gatecontrole
  • ticket control
  • c ticketcontrole
    art galleryn schilderijenmuseum, c galerie
    bankc bank
    barc kroeg
    bridgec brug
    bungalowc bungalow
    butcherc slager
    castlec kasteel
  • dungeon
  • c kerker
  • gate
  • c poort
  • moat
  • c gracht
  • rampart
  • c bolwerk
  • tower
  • c toren
    cathedralc kathedraal
    churchc kerk
    cinemac bioscoop
  • screen
  • n doek
    collegen college
  • lecture theatre
  • c collegezaal
    council housec gemeentewoning
    department storen warenhuis
    embassyc ambassade, n gezantschap
    factoryc factorij
    farmc boerderij
  • barn
  • c schuur
  • farm house
  • c boerenhoeve
  • farm yard
  • n boerenerf
    fire stationc brandweerkazerne
    flatc flat, n appartement
    floristc bloemist
    garage (private)c garage
    garage (repairs)c garage
    grocerc kruidenier
    guest housen pension
    harbourc haven
    hospitaln ziekenhuis, n hospitaal
  • operating theatre
  • c operatiekamer, c operatiezaal
  • ward
  • c afdeling
    hoteln hotel
    housen huis
    iglooc iglo, c sneeuwhut
    libraryc bibliotheek
    light housec vuurtoren
    manor housen herenhuis
    marketc markt
    mausoleumn mausoleum
    mosquec moskee
    museumn museum
  • science museum
  • n wetenschapsmuseum
    observatoryn observatorium
    officec kantoor
    palacen paleis
  • presidential palace
  • n presidentpaleis
    police stationn politiebureau
    portc haven
  • passport control
  • c paspoortcontrole
    post officen postkantoor
    pubc kroeg
    registry officen bureau van de burgerlijke stand
    restaurantn restaurant
    schoolc school
  • elementary school
  • c basisschool
  • secondary school
  • c middlebare school
  • high school
  • c middelbare school
  • class room
  • n klasslocaal
    shopc winkel
    shrinec schrijn
    skyscraperc wolkenkrabber
    stadiumn stadion
    studio (film)c filmstudio
    studio (artist)n atelier
    supermarketc supermarkt
    templec tempel
    tentc tent
    theatren theater
    tourist officec toeristisch kantoor
    town halln stadhuis
    universityc universiteit
  • lecture theatre
  • c collegezaal
    windmillc windmolen
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