Belvedere

[vodka] Belvedere Vodka is a brand of luxury vodka. It is produced in a century-old Polish distillery, in a manner derived from 600 years of vodka making tradition. The company is owned by the luxury goods conglomerate LVMH. and internationally categorized as a super premium vodka. In 2011, Belvedere Vodka partnered with (RED) to create the...
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Belvedere

A belvedere is a small building, or a part of a building, more or less open, constructed on top of a house in a location commanding a fine prospect (belvedere being Italian for 'a fine prospect').
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Belvedere

A raised turret or pavillion.
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belvedere

[n] - a gazebo sited to command a fine view
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Belvedere

A turret designed to provide views. This may be built separate to or on to an existing building. The term may also be used for garden terraces based on false turrets, as William Wailes, (see Wailes, William] built for himself at Saltwell Towers, Low Fell, (Tyne and Wear).
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Belvedere

Bel`ve·dere' noun [ Italian , from bello , bel , beautiful + vedere to see.] (Architecture) A small building, or a part of a building, more or less open, constructed in a place commanding a fine prospect.
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belvedere

noun a gazebo sited to command a fine view
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Belvedere

• (n.) A small building, or a part of a building, more or less open, constructed in a place commanding a fine prospect.
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belvedere

(Italian: `beautiful view`), architectural structure built in an elevated position to provide lighting and ventilation and to command a fine view. ... [1 related articles]
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Belvedere

[Wellington] The Belvedere is a four storied concrete apartment building in Wellington, New Zealand. Edmund Anscombe designed the art deco building in 1937, and it was constructed the same year. Located at 82 Majoribanks St, Mount Victoria, Wellington, Belvedere has nine apartments spread over three floors, with ground floor garages. ...
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Belvedere

[comic strip] Belvedere is a single panel comic strip created by George Webster Crenshaw which ran from 1962 to 1995. The star of the strip is a white dog with black spots. As of at least 2009, reprints of the strip were distributed by Johansen International Features. ==Characters and story== Belvedere is one of three pets who belong to a m...
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Belvedere

[West Virginia] Belvedere, also known as Belvidere, was built near Charles Town, West Virginia by Magnus Tate II in 1807. The Federal style mansion is situated at the end of a tree-lined driveway and commands a sweeping view of the Blue Ridge Mountains. ...
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Belvédère

[company] Belvédère (lang; {euronext|BVD}) is an alcohol-related company based in Beaune, France. It was founded in 1991 and is a member of the CAC Small 90. The company controls the creation and distribution of Sobieski, a Polish brand of vodka. Other brands include Marie Brizard and Danzka. The Polish vodka with a name similar to the co...
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Belvedere

[fort] The Forte di Belvedere or Fortezza di Santa Maria in San Giorgio del Belvedere (often called simply Belvedere) is a fortification in Florence, Italy. ==History== Forte Belvedere is the second and largest fortress to be built in Florence, Italy. It was designed and built by Bernardo Buontalenti over a five year period, between 1590 an...
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Belvedere

[M. C. Escher] Belvedere is a lithograph print by the Dutch artist M. C. Escher, first printed in May 1958. It shows a plausible-looking building that is actually an impossible object. In this print, Escher uses two-dimensional images to depict objects free of the confines of the three-dimensional world. The image is of a rectangular three-...
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Belvedere

[structure] A belvedere ɪər or belvidere (from Italian for `fair view`) is an architectural structure sited to take advantage of a fine or scenic view. A belvedere may be built in the upper part of a building so as to command said view. The actual structure can be of any form, whether a turret, a cupola, or an open gallery. On the hillsid...
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Belvedere

A raised turret or pavillion.
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Belvedere

A small, square cupola that functions as a lookout tower, located at the top of a building. Belvederes are characteristic of Italianate houses.
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Belvedere

Projection from top of roof; also called cupola
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belvedere

raised covered terrace or pavilion
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belvedere

raised turret or lantern on the top of a house
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Belvedere

[Casablanca] Belvedere is a quartier of Casablanca, Morocco. ...
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