Voice Recordings of peace pole languages

99 translations of “May peace prevail on earth” spoken by native speakers. Click to listen or download.

Albanian is above this label
Armenian
Aymara is above this label
Azerbaidjan
Bambara is above this label
Bangladesh
Belarus is above this label
Bislama
Bulgarian is above this label
Burmese-Myanmar
Cambodian is above this label
Capeverdean
Catalan-Andorra is above this label
Chinese
ComorosComorian is above this label
Creole-Haitian
Creole-Seychelles is above this label
Czech
Dari-Persian-Afghanistan is above this label
Denmark
Divehi-Maldives is above this label
Dutch-Netherlands is above this label
Dzongkha-Butan
English is above this label
Estonian
Ethiopia-Amharic is above this label
Finnish
French is above this label
Georgian
German is above this label
Greek
Guarani is above this label
Hebrew
Hindi is above this label
Icelandic
Indonesian is above this label
Irish-Gaelic
Italian is above this label
Japan
Kazakhstan is above this label
Kinyarwanda-Rwanda
Kiribati is above this label
Kirundi-Burundi
Korean
Kurdish-Iraq is above this label
Kyrgyztan
Laos is above this label
Latvian
Lithuanian is above this label
Luxembourgesch
Macedonian Polish is above this label
MadagascarMalagasy
Magyar-Hungary is above this label
Malawi-Chichewa
Malay is above this label
Maltese
Maori is above this label
Marshallese
Moldovan is above this label
Moldovan-Romanian
Moldovan-Romanian is above this label
Mongolian
Nauruan is above this label
Nepali
Norwegian is above this label
Palauan
Pashto-Afghanistan is above this label
Persian-Iran
Pidgin-Solomon is above this label
Polish
Portuguese is above this label
Quechua-Peru
Russian is above this label
Samoan
Sangho is above this label
Serbian
Sesotho
Setswana is above this label
Sinharese-SriLanka
siSwati-Swazi is above this label
Slovak
Slovene-Slovenia is above this label
Somali
Spanish is above this label
Swahili
Swedish is above this label
Tagalog
Tajik is above this label
Tamil-SriLanka
Tetum-Tetun is above this label
Thailand
Tigrinya-Eritrea is above this label
Tongan
Turkish is above this label
Turkmen
Tuvaluan is above this label
Ukrainian
Urdu-Pakistan is above this label
Uzbek
Vietnamese is above this label

Printed translations of peace pole languages are at this link: https://peace-pole.com/clickable-translations/

Commonly at the dedication ceremonies for peace poles native speakers of the peace pole languages chosen read the translations aloud. Failing that, recordings of them from here could be amplified.