Pater Noster (disambiguation)
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Pater Noster or "Our Father" is probably the best-known prayer in Christianity.
Pater Noster or Paternoster may also refer to:
- Paternoster, a passenger elevator which consists of a chain of open compartments that move slowly in a loop up and down inside a building
- Paternoster, Western Cape, South Africa
- Pierres de Lecq, uninhabitable rocks in the Bailiwick of Jersey
- Paternoster (rosary), an early form of rosary
- Paternoster (surname), a surname
- Paternoster lake, one of a series of glacial lakes connected by a single stream or a braided stream system
- Pater Noster Lighthouse, Swedish lighthouse located in Skagerrak
- Church of the Pater Noster, church on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem
- Paternoster Press, a British Christian publishing house
- Paternoster Row, once the centre of the London publishing trade, destroyed during the Blitz. Replaced by Paternoster Square.
- The Paternoster gang, a trio of recurring fictitious characters in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, whose headquarters was on Paternoster Row.
- Paternoster, name used in old maps for a small island Viirelaid in the Baltic Sea belonging to the country of Estonia.
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