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piazza


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(Italian, ‘square’)

An open space, usually oblong, surrounded by buildings, for example the Piazza Navona, Rome. In 17th- and 18th-century England a piazza was also a long covered walk or loggia with a roof supported by columns.

Subjects: Art — Architecture.


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