ETYM French arcade, Spanish arcada, Late Lat. arcata, from Latin arcus bow, arch.
1. A covered passageway; often between streets with shops or stalls.
2. A structure composed of a series of arches supported by columns; SYN. colonnade.
1. A long arched building or gallery.
2. An arched covered passageway or avenue (as between shops).
3. A series of arches with their columns or piers.
4. An amusement center having coin-operated games.
Cloisters / klɔɪstərz /
Množina reči Cloisters je Cloisters.
The, Branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Fort Tryon Park, New York. It consists of several reassembled European medieval buildings, and exhibits include medieval tapestries, sculpture, pictures, and books.
Featured outdoors are period gardens including a medicinal herb garden.
covered walk / ˈkʌvərd ˈwɑːk /
Množina reči covered walk je covered walks.
peristyle / perəstaɪl /
Množina reči peristyle je peristyles.
ETYM Latin peristylum, Greek; peri about + stilos a column: cf. French péristyle.
A colonnade surrounding a building or enclosing a court.
Range of columns around a building or courtyard.
Row of columns, especially on all sides of court, etc.; area enclosed by it.
In architecture, a range of columns surrounding a building or open courtyard.
portico / pɔːrtəkoʊ /
Množina reči portico je porticos.
ETYM Italian, Latin porticus. Related to Porch.
A covered often columned area serving as a porch or entrance to a building.
In architecture, a porch with a pediment and columns.