Aisle: Subsidiary space alongside the body of a building, separated from it by columns, piers, or posts.
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Arch: A curved structure capable of spanning a space while supporting significant weight.
Attic: Small top story within a roof above the uppermost ceiling.
Bays: Internal compartments of a building; each divided from the other by subtle means such as the boundaries implied by divisions marked in the side walls (columns, pilasters, etc.) or the ceiling (beams, etc.).
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Baluster: A small moulded shaft, square or circular, in stone or wood, sometimes metal, supporting the coping of a parapet or the handrail of a staircase; a series of balusters supporting a handrail or coping.
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Belfry: Chamber or stage in a tower where bells are hung.
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Cantilever: An unsupported overhang acting as a lever, like a flagpole sticking out of the side of a wall.
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Chimney: A structure which provides ventilation.
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Cupola: A small, most often dome-like, structure on top of a building. (Ù ÛÙØ§Ø± Ú©Ø§ ÙØ¨Û)
Column: A structural element that transmits, through compression, the weight of the structure above to other structural elements below. (Ø³ØªÙÙØ Ú©Ú¾Ù Ø¨Ø§)
Cornice: Upper section of an entablature, a projecting shelf along the top of a wall often supported by brackets or corbels.
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Facade: An exterior side of a building, usually the front.
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Gazebo: A freestanding pavilion structure often found in parks, gardens and public areas. (Ø¬Ú¾Ø±ÙÚ©Ø§)
Latticework: An ornamental, lattice framework consisting of small strips in a criss-crossed pattern. (Ø¬Ø§ÙÛ)
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Parapet: A low wall built up above the level of a roof, to hide the roof or to provide protection against falling, and similar structures associated with balconies, bridges etc.
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Piazza: Italian term for a public square.
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Portico: A series of columns or arches in front of a building, generally as a covered walkway.
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Tracery: The stonework elements that support the glass in a Gothic window.
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Turret: A small tower that projects vertically from the wall of a building such as a medieval castle. (Ø§ÙØ±Ø§Ø¦Ø´Û Ù ÛÙØ§Ø±Û)
Vault: An arched ceiling or roof made of stone, brick, or concrete.
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