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Noun1.side chapel - a small chapel off the side aisle of a churchside chapel - a small chapel off the side aisle of a church
chapel - a place of worship that has its own altar
church building, church - a place for public (especially Christian) worship; "the church was empty"
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The work will stop water dripping through the barrel roofs, brickwork and windows around the side chapels, restore structural concrete and plasterwork.
The relations between the college and the chapel are well examined by Peter Murray Jones, the college's librarian, whose library was once housed in the northern side chapels.
Priests were no longer to be trained far away from the community, nor were the many side chapels any longer required.
The interior of the church has a single wide nave, with three interconnected side chapels.
The exhibit is staged on the side chapels of the church to inspire visitors to pray and meditate upon the virtues depicted by the holy images.
There is the square of the cloister, and the shape of the priory church and its side chapels.
It was a landscape of wrought iron and smooth white stone, populated by immobile saints and pocketed with side chapels.
On the back side chapels, we can still venerate the relics of the Holy Innocents, skulls of thousands of young male children executed by Herod to avoid the loss of his throne and thus history documents the first Christian martyrs.
The scope of work included the main sanctuary, 20 side chapels, the entry and alcoves within these spaces.
Notable features inside include 18 side chapels and some exquisite wood carving in the choir stalls.
Misericorde Chapel: Built after 1740 and designed by the famous architect Bernardo Vittone, the chapel has an elliptical nave with semi circular side chapels.
This is vast and houses royal tombs, crypts and side chapels with stunning rare medieval wall paintings.