gazebo n : a small roofed structure affording shade and rest. Also an open framework for playing and assisting at playing most any OGL d20/DND game in the Gnome 2 environment.
A freestanding roofed structure usually open on the sides, often located in a yard or park
A gazebo is a small roofed outbuilding erected for outdoor dining and entertaining. This hardscape feature is often octagonal, with open, screened, or latticework sides. the word is a contraction of gaze about. The plural form is either gazebos or gazeboes.
A small summerhouse, or a free-standing roofed structure, usually open on the sides.
a small roofed building affording shade and rest
a delightful place to hide away from the world, enjoy your garden, read a book or even entertain friends
a delightful place to retreat from the
a freestanding, open-sided, roofed, outdoor structure that can serve many purposes
a free standing structure with a roof, often in the form of a c
a great addition to a landscape and is sure to add a great deal of charm to your outdoor home and garden environment
a great place to enjoy the outdoors while protected
a great way to add shade and function to an empty outdoor area and offers both shade and a destination
an eight-sided structure
a pavilion structure commonly found in parks, gardens, and spacious public areas
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a small, geometrically shaped out-building, hexagonal, octagonal or occasionally round, strategically placed so visitors can "gaze" out over an especially fine vista
a small outdoor structure, often hexagonal or octagonal, with a floor, roof and open sides with railings
a small roofed, free standing isolated A
a small roofed, free standing isolated structure intended to
a small wooden building or summerhouse
A garden pavilion with a good view, often placed at the corner of a garden.
A freestanding structure intended to offer a panoramic view of the surrounding scenery.
small lookout tower or summerhouse with a view, usually in a garden or park, but sometimes on the porch or roof of a house; also called a belvedere.
A small tower or summerhouse, usually in a garden
A small summerhouse or pavilion with a view, or a belvedere on the roof of a house.
a small structure, usually roofed and open-sided, located in gardens or parks from which one may gaze out over the surrounding grounds.
The most dreaded creature in all RPGdom! Or . . . y'know . . . just one of those little hooded platformed outdoor seating area. See The Gazebo Story.
A freestanding shelter used for relaxing or entertaining and as a focal point. The gazebo is a distant cousin to the folly, which is a very elaborate, highly-stylized structure of certain architectural periods.
A small building or arbour from which to view the garden and countryside.
A freestanding, roofed, usually open-sided structure which provides a shady resting place
free-standing structure with a roof, typically octagonal and open on all sides
Open structure, supported by columns and covered with a column-supported roof.