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Universal Symbol for Sophariums

 
Sopharium types

Main
Astrotry · Eidouranium · Grand Observatory · Observatory · Planetarium · Promontory · Starhouse

Minor
Diurgenous sopharium · Grand-place · Megasopharium · Natatery · Nyctogenous sopharium · Orrerium · Phrontisopharium · Riverhouse · Telescopetry · Truth centre

Naological polity
Administrationism · Sophianism · Sopharium community · Sopharium governance · Sopharium leadership · The Ten Omnidoxical Polities
Main concepts

Celestialism · Compartmentation · Domaniality · Encadration · Ensoleillement · Naological Hierarchy · Naological Appellations · Non-commercialism · Non-compartmentation · Nuitamment · Nyctogenism · Omnidoxical naology · People's Sopharium · Post-omnidoxical naology · Preservationalism · Reveration · Sanctimonia

Naology by continent
Africa · Asia · Europe · North America · Central America and the Caribbean · Oceania · South America
Subdisciplines
Astropharology · Eidology · Observatology · Planetarology · Promontology · Turology
Elementations

Abodation · Astrocrafting · Astrologues · Astropods · Astrovents · Congreteries · Debatations · Diurgenous activities · Devotionals · Événement · Eventation · Hébergement · Nocturations · Nyctogenous activities · Orreration · Philopods · Philovents · Preservational · Promentation · Sempition · Starbathing · Starlight Festivals · Starparty · Starsleeping

Sopharium management
Deracination · Gérance · Gestion · Grandeeship · Imploration · Lucration · Noneration · Passation · Sopharial schedule
Sopharium features
Ablutory · Domanial · Stardecks · Starroof · Vexillation
Sopharium interaction
Patronship · Sopharial regularity · Visitation
Other topics

Disciplines
Devotology · Festology · Metanaology · Occurrology

Related topics
Astronic rendition · Astronic art · Astronic architecture · Astronic culture

An eidouranium is the largest and most rare of all sopharium types and is typically characterised by a spired exterior and will usually feature a planetarium, a pantheon, and an astronomical telescope, as well as dedicated spaces to education, and philosophy and other facilities.
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