gazebo


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gazebo

a summerhouse, garden pavilion, or belvedere, sited to command a view

Gazebo

A fanciful small structure, used as a summer house; usually octagonal in plan with a steeply pitched roof topped by a finial. The sides are usually open, or latticed between the supports.

gazebo

gazebo
A small ornamental structure, such as a pavilion, often providing a splendid view; usually built in a garden, in a park, or along a stream; same as belvedere or summerhouse.
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Gazebos come in multiple shapes and sizes, from small squares to large octagons, and the materials you will need -- as well as the specific manner of construction -- will depend on the type you select.
Pop-up gazebo PS119.99 Was PS199.99 G3920 Beige G3921 Green Pop-up gazebo with sides PS179.99 Was PS269.99 G3922 Beige with sides G3923 Green with sides
Lord Bourne also heard about Gazebo's HeadStart programme, funded by National Lottery Community Fund, which supports the development of emotional resilience in young people.
Everyone seems to be releasing gazebos with a bar in it for the garden butAldi'soffering comes in cheaper than the rest.
Resort workers took down the gazebo hours before Carlito Tuballa, DENR regional director, and his team arrived to start the dismantling.
Langarth House itself is B-listed as are the boundary walls and other buildings, including the gazebo referred to as a 'bandstand'.
Itekeng Volleyball club's public relations officer, Ms Tsholofelo Nkokobocho believed the gazebo will be handy to NBTS in its countrywide spirited blood donation crusade.
Back at your idyllic traditional beach gazebo, an intimate setting for some quiet time, relax together over a meal made just for you to start the day.
The reworked Gazebo Terrace will be furnished with lounge furniture and a children's play area.
Belvedere derives from two Italian words, bel, which means "beautiful," and vedere, which means "view." The first known use of belvedere in print dates to the late 1500s, making it approximately 150 years older than gazebo. The earliest known uses of gazebo appeared in the mid-1700s.
A PRIMARY school has received a PS1,000 contribution towards an outdoor learning gazebo for children to take classes outside.