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loggia

lo gee uh

  • n  a roofed arcade or gallery with open sides stretching along the front or side of a building; often at an upper level

  • The modern world has never seen more than a faded hint of the magnificent frescoes executed by Raphael for the Vatican Palace's second-floor loggia.
  • However, the lobby accessed via a courtyard bordered by a loggia and decorated with 15th century bas-reliefs of classical scenes is a reminder of the magnificence that .
  • Sheldon Adelson, son of a Boston cabbie, is strolling down the loggia of the Doges Palace, Venice's famous landmark.
News & Articles

  • The Loggia—Italian Inspiration, American Innovation by Four Seasons Sunrooms
    Four Seasons Sunrooms and Windows, the premier North American name in year-round sunrooms, now introduces a new meaning to the word sunroom. Four Seasons is joining the Italian Renaissance and their sunroom expertise to bring the Loggia. (PRWeb June 28, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/FourSeasonsSunrooms/Loggia/prweb10883827.htm
    June 28, 2013 - PRWeb
Quotes

  • B Real in Billboard
    We are fans of the movie, fans of hip-hop and fans of video games,B-Real tells Billboard.com, "So when we were approached to do a song, we jumped right in. We used clips from the film with Al Pacino and Robert Loggia, which help to tie the...
  • Pope John Paul II in Voice of America
    I remember with emotion my first impact from the central loggia of the basilica immediately after my election with the pilgrims gathered in this same square - the image has remained in my mind and heart,the Pope Benedict said.

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