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A temple is a building used for religious practices or occasionally similarly organized activities.
In the Abrahamic religions, The Temple usually refers to the Temple in Jerusalem, the destroyed holy site of Biblical Israel.
Temple may also refer to:
Science, technology, and medicine
- Temple (anatomy), a part of the head
- Side-pieces on a set of glasses
- Temple, a variety of tangor, a cross between an orange and a tangerine
- Temple (weaving), a part of a weaving machine for spreading the cloth
- Temple (name), includes a list of people with the name
Cities and towns
- Temple, Georgia
- Temple, Indiana
- Temple, Maine
- Temple, Michigan
- Temple, New Hampshire
- Temple, North Dakota
- Temple, Oklahoma
- Temple, Pennsylvania
- Temple, Texas
- Temple City, California
- Temple (Paris), an ancient fortress in Paris, now demolished
- Temple (Paris Métro), a station of the Paris métro
United States Buildings on the National Register of Historic Places:
- Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, Texas, nicknamed "The Temple"
- Temple Records (disambiguation), several record labels
- Temple (Christian rock band)
- "Temple" (Kings of Leon song)
- "The Temple", a song from the 1971 rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice
- Temple, a soloist project of guitarist Walter Giardino
- Temples (band), an English psychedelic rock band from Kettering
- Temple (novel), a 1999 novel by Matthew Reilly
- The Temple (novel), by Stephen Spender, written in 1928 and published in 1988
- "The Temple" (Lovecraft short story), by H.P. Lovecraft (1920)
- "The Temple" (Oates short story), by Joyce Carol Oates (1996)
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