religious communities (built complexes)

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Scope note
Facilities for groups of people living together or near each other, and subscribing to the tenets of a particular religion, including those who have taken vows and belong to the structure of a particular order, as well as more loosely organized groups of people. For the religious officials or functionaries of a religion, use "clergy." For the formal, organized groups themselves, use "religious orders."
religious communities
Accepted term: 08-Jul-2024