centuries-old

centuries-old

adj
hundreds of years old
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centuries-old

[ˈsentjʊrɪzˌəʊld] ADJsecular
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centuries-old

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Summary: New Delhi [India], Aug 22 (ANI): Voicing her concerns over the arrest of people protesting against the demolition of centuries-old Sant Ravidas temple, Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Thursday accused the BJP government of suppressing the voice of Dalits.
Talking to media men, Zakir Mohammad Zahmi said that this was centuries-old culture and tradition of Chitral which was being faded as young generation appeared to be least interested to preserve it.
The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCAA) on Thursday said it will not allow the delisting of the country's centuries-old churches from the World Heritage Sites.
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The tourists also visited different tourism sites in Vigan City and its nearby towns to include the prestigious and well-preserved centuries-old Spanish houses, the historic Bantay Bell Tower, the centuries - old pottery making industry, different museums and centuries- old churches that manifest the rich cultures and heritage of the Ilocanos.
Unified Cross Memorial symbolizing centuries-old friendship of the Armenian and Russian peoples.
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