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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishloggialog‧gi‧a /ˈlɒdʒiə $ ˈloʊdʒə/ noun [countable]  an open area with a floor and a roof that is built on the side of a house on the ground floor
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loggiaIt has five domes on drums and a belfry, also a loggia.Outside the kitchen would be a loggia, with a glazed roof.Entrance to the remaining four is from a loggia at the back of the villa.The campanile dates from the first building and has a delightful bell loggia.The campanile finishes with a galleried loggia, its conical roof topped with a gilded statue of the Archangel Michael.In places the platform loggia was formed of a row of Doric columns, as at Negombo.There is a spacious loggia, and several nooks well out of the wind.The main bedroom has balconies over the west-facing stone loggia and the bay window of the drawing-room.
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