The Roman layer, which is the most ancient and deepest, is occupied by the round arch, which reappears, supported by the Greek column
, in the modern and upper layer of the Renaissance.
It is impressive arriving at the 18th Century hotel, a glorious pile fronted with classical Greek columns
Sam adds: "There was a Greek flag too, but there was just the pole left, and we've got Greek columns
in the garden too.
Sights include the Lincoln Memorial - the iconic white building surrounded by Greek columns
, with the giant statue of the 16th president sitting inside.
Teacher Michelle Sauer says, "We focused on Greek architecture for this lesson, specifically the Greek columns
. We learned the three orders: Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian.
Coffee was served with balikutsa, Ilocos pulled sugar shaped like the top of Greek columns
Its porch entrance is supported by Greek columns
and leads into a hall with mahogany staircase and flagstone floors.
As in Chicago and New York, early Toronto skyscrapers resembled huge Greek columns
, with a distinct base and capital.
The guests of Louis XV must have been suitably impressed by the neoclassical-style theatre, decorated with Greek columns
, wooden walls painted to look like marble and side-wall mirrors that reflected the ceiling frescoes and made the candlelit room seem endiess.Th.e oval theatre--innovative at a time when France's other theatres were all rectangular--had acoustics that are still considered among the best in Europe and loved by musicians.
PATRICIA LEIGH BROWN NYT SYNDICATE THE prom countdown was nearly complete, the do-it-yourself Greek columns
, pink and white tulle bows and plastic flutes with the "Once Upon a Dream" logo awaiting the evening of evenings.
Coldplay kicked off the show with their track Charlie Brown, performing in the round, shortly followed by a performance by Florence + The Machine on a stage decked with Greek columns
I built our house on the bay out of an old barn and Greek columns