In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The ticket hall, stairways and platform roof are not covered by blue walls, and are therefore still as grimy, untreated and rundown as they've been for decades.
- As he gently stepped up each step of the stairway he never took his eyes from the floor up ahead from where the voice came.
- Stone steps, stairways, benches and gate posts can all add a feeling of permanence to a garden.
- I walked across the ground floor to the stairway which lead to the basement canteen.
- The Castle is adorned with red marble stairways, gothic facades, bastions and epic statutes overlooking the Danube.
- It was much like any of the stairways that were found in buildings, pale blue stucco walls, and concrete steps with a black railing so nobody would fall.
- Intricate carvings lined the walls and two stairways - one up and one down - led off of the main floor.
- I walked the empty causeway and climbed up the still intact stairways to be surrounded by silence and my own thoughts.
- Straight ahead lay a central hail running the length of the building and ending in a blank wall flanked by steep stairways that led to the second floor.
- From the main hall, a stairway with return and wooden balustrade leads to the first floor.
- In no time, the door was opened to reveal a stone stairway that led into the ruins once again.
- The stone stairways and halls of this wonderfully atmospheric venue will be aglow with candlelight.
- Although imposing, with giant stairways and halls, accommodating staff create a welcoming atmosphere.
- A pull-down stair leads to the rooftop deck, and stairways to the basement lie beneath their own floor panels.
- A wooden stairway led up from the kitchen, each step piled with old paperbacks.
- So instead of running close to the building core, two of the stairways serving those floors were built closer to the perimeter.
- He walked up the stairs and to the main hallway, from which stairways led up to different floors.
- The ground floor can be accessed via a stairway from the inner hallway, but also has side access.
- He noticed a hallway that ended with a stairway leading up on to the second floor.
- I dressed by the light of the lantern then picked my way downstairs through the empty stairways and corridors of Mar Saba, towards the deep swell and eddy of monastic chant.
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