A small building for Christian worship, typically one attached to an institution or private house
A town in north central North Carolina, home to the University of North Carolina as well as many research facilities; population 52,542 (est. 2008)
A chapel in a church or cathedral dedicated to the Virgin Mary
A subsidiary chapel opening off the side aisle in a large church
A chapel enclosing a holy well.
A chapel in a royal palace
A chapel attached to the Rolls House on Chancery Lane, in which some of the records of the Court of Chancery were formerly stored.
A chapel in the Vatican, built in the late 15th century by Pope Sixtus IV, containing a painted ceiling and fresco of the Last Judgment by Michelangelo and also frescoes by Botticelli
A chapel constituting one of a number of stations at which pilgrims worship.
A chapel situated for the convenience of parishioners living a long distance from the parish church
An undertaker’s mortuary, where bodies are kept before a funeral
The shop steward of a printers' trade union
A vestibule for a college chapel, lying beyond the west end of the nave
The body of clergy, singers, and musicians employed by the English monarch for religious services, now based at St James’s Palace, London
An establishment where the dead are prepared for burial or cremation