capstone— a stone used at the top of a wall or other structure. cornerstone— the first stone placed at a spot where two walls meet, usually considered the starting point of construction. dome— an element of architecture that resembles the hollow upper half of a sphere. edifice— a large building with an imposing appearance . facade— the decorative front of a building. foundation— the stone and mortar base built below ground that supports a building, bridge, monument, or other structure. hallowed— holy, consecrated, sacred, or revered. keystone— the architectural piece at the crown of a vault or arch which marks its apex, locking the other pieces into position. memorial— something designed to help people remember a person or event in history. obelisk— a shaft of stone that tapers at the peak. pantheon— a public building containing monuments to a nation’s heroes. pedestal— the base or support on which a statue, obelisk, or column is mounted. portico— a roof supported by columns, usually extending out from a building. rotunda— a large and high circular hall or room in a building, usually surmounted by a dome. standard— a flag or banner that is adopted as an emblem or symbol by a nation. symbol— an item that represents or stands for something else.
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