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belfry August 2, 2010

Posted by vocabulry in Uncategorized.
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A bell tower; usually stands alone unattached to a building

The present belfry, an open loggia of four arches in each face, was built in 1510, by Maestro Buono; the whole being, surmounted by a lofty pyramid. The prospect hence is magnificent. A watchman is stationed in the belfry, who at stated times strikes the great …

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