Definition of Escorial in English:

Escorial

Syllabification: Es·co·ri·al
Pronunciation: /eˈskôrēəl, ˌeskôrˈyäl
 
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A monastery and palace in central Spain, near Madrid, built in the late 16th century by Philip II.

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