Escorial

Es·co'ri·al noun [ Spanish ] See Escurial .
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Escorial

• (n.) See Escurial.
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Escorial

Escorial (eskôr'ēul, Span. āskōrēäl') or Escurial (eskyoor'ēul) , monastery and palace, in New Castile, central Spain, near Madrid. One of the finest edifices in Europe, it was built (1563–84) as the monastery of San Lorenzo del Escorial by ...
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