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showplace

[ shoh-pleys ]
/ ˈʃoʊˌpleɪs /
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noun
an estate, mansion, or the like, usually open to the public, renowned for its beauty, excellent design and workmanship, historical interest, etc.
any house, building, office, etc., that is beautifully furnished and is considered of flawless taste: His home was a showplace.
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Origin of showplace

First recorded in 1570–80; show + place
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British Dictionary definitions for showplace

showplace
/ (ˈʃəʊˌpleɪs) /

noun
a place exhibited or visited for its beauty, historic interest, etc
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