Abbey – a building occupied by monks or nuns and run by an abbot or abbess.
Basilica – a type of early Christian church.
Cathedral – the main church in an area and the seat of the bishop.
Chapel – a place of worship within a larger building, or a nonconformist Christian religious building.
Church – a building used for public worship by Christians.
Convent or Nunnery – the home of a community of nuns.
Dagoba – a Buddhist shrine.
Friary – home to friars, members of a religious order.
Meeting house – a place where certain religious groups, such as Quakers, gather.
Monastery – the home to a religious community of monks.
Mosque – a Muslim place of worship.
Pagoda – an Eastern temple.
Priory – a religious house run by a prior; it may be under the control of an abbey.
Shrine – a place of worship connected with a sacred person or saint. It may contain sacred objects or relics.
Synagogue – a building for Jewish religious services.
Tabernacle – a house or tent used for worship, named after the tent used by the Israelites to cover the Ark of the Covenant.
Temple – a place of worship dedicated to a particular god or gods. Also sometimes used instead of synagogue.