Campanile

• (n.) A bell tower, esp. one built separate from a church.
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Campanile

(from the article `San Marco Basilica`) The Campanile, separated from the church, was originally begun under the doge Pietro Tribuno (d. 912). It was adapted into its present familiar form ... The Campanile, the massive 324-foot (99-metre) bell tower of the basilica, is a free-standing, slightly rectangular structure sheathed in Venetia...
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Campanile

* Bell tower.
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campanile

noun a bell tower; usually stands alone unattached to a building
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Campanile

[gastropod] Campanile is a genus of large sea snails, marine gastropod molluscs in the family Campanilidae. All species in this genus have become extinct, except Campanile symbolicum Iredale, 1917 from southwestern Australia. They used to flourish in the Tethys Sea and underwent a widespread adaptive radiation in the Cenozoic. Species withi...
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Campanile

[Iowa State University] The Iowa State University Campanile is located on Iowa State`s central campus, and is home to the Stanton Memorial Carillon. The campanile is widely seen as one of the major symbols of Iowa State University. It is featured prominently on the university`s official ring and the university`s mace, and is also the subjec...
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Campanile

Cam`pa·ni'le noun [ Italian campanile bell tower, steeple, from Italian & Late Latin campana bell.] (Architecture) A bell tower, esp. one built separate from a church. « Many of the campaniles of Italy are lofty and magnificent structures. Swift. ...
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Campanile

A campanile is a bell-tower detached from the church to which it belongs and having arcaded openings at several levels. It is a common feature in Italian architecture. Amongst the most remarkable examples are the beautiful campanile of the cathedral at Florence, designed by Giotto, and the famous leaning tower of Pisa. The term campanile was origin...
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campanile

A term applied to towers erected in close proximity, though not attached, to many churches and town halls in Italy. The earliest examples are at Ravenna (about 9th century). Other famous examples...
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Campanile

A tower
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campanile

bell tower, usually built beside or attached to a church; the word is most often used in connection with Italian architecture. The earliest ... [1 related articles]
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campanile

campanile (kămpunē'lē, Ital. kämpänē'lā) , Italian form of bell tower, constructed chiefly during the Middle Ages. Built in connection with a church or a town hall, it served as a belfry and watch tower and often functioned as a civic or commemorative ...
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campanile

freestanding bell tower on church property
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campanile

Italian name for a bell tower, usually one that is detached from the main building.
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campanile

[n] - a bell tower
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