Definition of Cortile. Meaning of Cortile. Synonyms of Cortile

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Definition of Cortile

Cortile
Cortile Cor"tile (k?r"t?l; It. k?r-t?"l?), n. [It., fr. corte court.] An open internal courtyard inclosed by the walls of a large dwelling house or other large and stately building.

Meaning of Cortile from wikipedia

- A courtyard or court is a cir****scribed area, often surrounded by a building or complex, that is open to the sky. Courtyards are common elements in both...
- The Cortile del Belvedere (Belvedere Courtyard or Belvedere Court) was a major architectural work of the High Renaissance at the Vatican Palace in Rome...
- Cortile Cascino is a 1962 do****entary filmed, written and directed by Robert M. Young and Michael Roemer. The do****entary was produced for NBC White Paper...
- which now decorates a vast niche in the wall of the Vatican facing the Cortile della Pigna, located in Vatican City, in Rome, Italy. Composed of a large...
- display in the Vatican Palace in 1511, where it remains. It is now in the Cortile del Belvedere of the Pio-Clementine Museum of the Vatican Museums complex...
- Cortile delle Otto Facce ("Courtyard of the Eight Faces"), also known as Cortile degli Orsi ("Courtyard of the Bears"). Cortile del Frambus Cortile d'Onore...
- the Belvedere, under a commission from Pope Julius II by creating the Cortile del Belvedere ("Courtyard of the Belvedere"), in which stood the Apollo...
- the Vatican Amateur Sports ****ociation, headquartered in the Vatican's Cortile di San Damaso. The Vatican City football ****ociation was founded in 1972...
- Firefighters of the Vatican City State Corps of Gendarmerie of Vatican City Cortile del Belvedere Crime in Vatican City Domus Sanctae Marthae Door of the Dead...
- and religious, that wrap around a courtyard (the Courtyard of Sixtus V, Cortile di Sisto V) on two sides of the third (top) floor of the Apostolic Palace...
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