a little building or a part of a building pretty much available built in someplace commanding a superb possibility
- densely branched Eurasian plant; vegetation turns purple-red in autumn
- a gazebo sited to command a fine view
- A small building, or part of a building, just about available, built in somewhere commanding a superb possibility.
"raised turret atop a residence," 1590s, from Italian belvedere, literally "a reasonable picture," from bel, bello "beautiful" (from Latin bellus "beautiful, reasonable;" see bene-) + vedere "a view, picture" (see vista). Pronunciation maybe impacted by the French form of the term. So-called as it was utilized for watching the causes.
(n.) A tiny building, or a part of a building, pretty much available, built in somewhere commanding a superb possibility.
His palace in Vienna, and the Belvedere near that city, his library, and his collection of paintings, were renowned.