Translation of palace in Spanish:

palace

palacio, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpalɪs//ˈpæləs/

noun

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    palacio masculine
    the Palace la Casa Real
    • Members of the royal family have been known to enjoy the park when they are in residence at the palace.
    • Most sculpture is carved in white marble and often is displayed in palaces and public buildings.
    • However they sussed out better cuisine and enjoyed their tours of the famous Hermitage and royal palaces.
    • His wildlife paintings are breathtakingly beautiful, gracing royal palaces, castles and country houses.
    • The Ministry of Works had also become involved with the case as the building affected views from the royal parks and palaces.
    • Jobs are no longer guaranteed, even for the educated middle classes, and there is poverty right next to the opulent palaces of the rulers.
    • Surrounding the sacred precinct were the palaces of the rulers.
    • Rather than reside in one of the royal palaces, the ex-Queen opted for tranquil existence in Maadi, a suburban enclave of Cairo.
    • Officials charged with running the various royal palaces and residences have nothing to match this.
    • He was unlikely to be anywhere near his official palaces, which have been hit repeatedly in almost three weeks of air strikes.
    • There weren't buildings or palaces or castles, there weren't temples or churches.
    • Until 1500, when Henry VII moved into the Royal palaces, Richmond didn't even exist.
    • This area was the main Presidential site and is home to many impressive palaces, meeting halls and hotels.
    • Most of the surviving structures are palaces or public buildings.
    • Royal palaces and castles are like all homes - they need looking after.
    • They are big by our standards today, but in Medieval England they were bigger than all buildings including royal palaces.
    • It includes military barracks, an avenue of sphinxes and royal palaces.
    • All materials for the Royal palaces were shipped into Dundee and overland by horses.
    • London is well known for its palaces and other historical buildings that allow visiting and tours.
    • The monarchy expresses itself physically through the palaces and other residences of the royal family.