campanile definition

  • noun:
    • A bell tower, particularly one near however attached with a church or other community building.
    • A bell tower (today specially when freestanding), usually of a church or other general public building, particularly in Italy.
    • A bell tower, esp. one built individual from a church.
    • In design, a bell-tower; specially, in a few areas of Italy, a detached building erected for the intended purpose of containing bells; in addition, in Renaissance style, a particular kind of bell-turret, like the two western towers of St. Paul's cathedral in London, St. Peter's and also the Pantheon in Rome, etc.
    • a bell tower; often appears alone unattached to a building
    • A bell tower, specifically one almost although not attached to a church or other general public building.
    • A bell tower (now particularly when freestanding), frequently associated with a church or any other community building, especially in Italy.
    • A bell tower, esp. one built individual from a church.
    • In architecture, a bell-tower; specifically, in certain components of Italy, a detached building erected for the true purpose of containing bells; also, in the Renaissance design, a specific form of bell-turret, like the two western towers of St. Paul's cathedral in London, St. Peter's additionally the Pantheon in Rome, an such like.
    • a bell tower; typically stands alone unattached to a building

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