Belvedere vs. Cupola

Belvedere vs. Cupola — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Belvedere and Cupola

Belvederenoun

A roofed structure, especially a small pavilion or tower on top of a building, situated so as to command a wide view.

Cupolanoun

A vaulted roof or ceiling.

Belvederenoun

(architecture) A turret or other raised structure offering a pleasant view of the surrounding area.

Cupolanoun

A small dome set on a circular or polygonal base or resting on pillars.

Belvederenoun

densely branched Eurasian plant; foliage turns purple-red in autumn

Cupolanoun

A small structure surmounting a roof or dome, often used as a lookout or to admit light and air.

Belvederenoun

a gazebo sited to command a fine view

Cupolanoun

A cylindrical shaft type of blast furnace used for remelting metals, usually iron, before casting.

Cupolanoun

A small rounded and domed structure, as for observation, on a tracked, armored vehicle.

Cupolanoun

(architecture) A dome-shaped ornamental structure located on top of a larger roof or dome.

Cupolanoun

A small turret, usually on a hatch of an armoured fighting vehicle.

Cupolanoun

(geology) An upward-projecting mass of plutonic rock extending from a larger batholith.

Cupolanoun

(geometry) A solid formed by joining two polygons, one (the base) with twice as many edges as the other, by an alternating band of isosceles triangles and rectangles.

Cupolanoun

A type of furnace used for smelting.

Cupolanoun

(anatomy) A small cap over a structure that is shaped like a dome or inverted cup.

the posterior cupola of the cartilaginous nasal capsule

Cupolanoun

a small viewing window in the top of the caboose for looking over the train, or the the part of the caboose where one looks through this window.

Cupolanoun

a vertical cylindrical furnace for melting iron for casting

Cupolanoun

a roof in the form of a dome