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  • Info An auditorium is a room built to enable an audience to hear and watch performances at venues such as theatres. more...
  • The auditorium itself remained, but well over half of the complex is new.
  • The new campus has and includes facilities such as an auditorium and research space.
  • A seven-story high clock tower stands to the left of the auditorium.
  • The school has a health care center for students as well as two well-appointed auditoriums on campus.
  • The lower level of the church has an auditorium with a stage.
  • A large auditorium-style community center was built next door.
  • A major feature of the park is its open-air auditorium, primarily used for musical performances.
  • A new structure was built with five rooms and a large auditorium.
  • The result was a world class opera house with its auditorium built in the classical style.
  • A vast play ground with an open air auditorium served several cultural events happened through many years in this village.
  • Back in those days there wasn't many auditoriums that would hold that many people.
  • It has four main auditoria, seven conference rooms and many smaller rooms.
  • Many different activities take place in a large hall, that serves as a multi-purpose auditorium.
  • He planned and built many schools, sports auditoriums and other buildings.
  • It is believed to be the largest theater-style auditorium ever built.
  • They would go around and do shows at malls and other high school auditoriums.
  • The former city prison provides a new home to primarily law students, with several study rooms and two auditoriums.
  • In addition, another smaller auditorium is used for performing arts events.
  • The school auditorium was home to both the theater and a basketball court.
  • The high school auditorium serves for community events as well.
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Meaning of auditorium

  • noun The area of a theater or concert hall where the audience sits