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belfry

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Building
belfrybel‧fry /ˈbelfri/ noun (plural belfries) [countable]  TBa tower for a bell, especially on a church
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belfryIt has five domes on drums and a belfry, also a loggia.It is simple, decorated only with flat, low pilasters in brick, and has a belfry and pyramid above.Whether they will be allowed to evict their unwelcome, unsavoury, tenants, from belfries and elsewhere, is another matter.They are all small and simple, with a tiny lantern belfry on one gable and always four windows on the sides.However its old belfry still stands and was most important to us as we navigated our way south.The belfry was ringing out cheerfully over the square.
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