quadricentenary

quad·ri·cen·ten·a·ry

 (kwŏd′rĭ-sĕn-tĕn′ə-rē, -sĕn′tə-nĕr′ē)
n. pl. quad·ri·cen·ten·a·ries
A 400th anniversary or celebration.
adj.
Of or relating to a span of 400 years or to a 400th anniversary.

[From alteration of Latin quadringentī, quadrigentī, four hundred (on the model of such words as tercentenary); see kwetwer- in Indo-European roots.]
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Here, Ramon shows clippings and photos of the 10-meter tall Quattromondial Monument that stand now on the ground of University of Santo Tomas, done by him to commemorate the school's quadricentenary celebration.
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