campanile campanile


  • (n) a bell tower; usually stands alone unattached to a building


  • She walks along the canals, dazed by the murmurous dusk, by the majesty of campanile and palace, by the whisper of a distant guitar.


  • Modest price hike for Campanile’s non-campus visitors

    BERKELEY — If you’re a current UC Berkeley student, staffer or faculty member, there’s excellent news about the Campanile: Admission for you, and for children under the age of 3, remains absolutely free. Even if you don’t fall into one of those groups, though, the news is pretty good: After 15 years, the price of admission to the iconic structure [...]
    on June 26, 2013     Source: UC Berkeley NewsCenter


  1. "They [students of The Campanile] are doing journalistic work to help [create the background] atmosphere for the story," Franco said. "I'm writing a novel, its fiction, but I want it to be set in a realistic context in a Palo Alto that people...
    on Nov 26, 2007 By: Francisco Franco Source: Paly Voice

  2. Next morning we drive to Kobarid, which Italians call Caporetto, and Hemingway described as "a little white town with a campanile in a valley".
    on Mar 27, 2009 By: Ernest Hemingway Source: The Australian

  3. "I think that from a distance you'll read it as a sign," Serra said by phone from New York. "That's not its intention, but I think you'll read it as a sign for the plaza in something like the way you read a campanile in an Italian city."
    on Apr 28, 2004 By: Richard Serra Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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