It's about a tower made of cologne bottles, with a cupola of lovely glass arches, built on the white sand by the blue sea.
The third stripe corresponds to the cupola, the tension of which is equal to 140 feet.
Pores subregular, circular, twice as broad as the bars; ten to twelve in the semicircle of one cupola.
Below them, at the foot of a steep mountain, was a tall house with a cupola.
He intended to cover the church with a cupola, as may be seen from the design on a medal of Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta.
He started to come up in the cupola and the first thing he says was, "Fares, please."
The cupola is covered with mosaics, and the floor is a mosaic of black and white marble.
It hung by the side of the dial in the cupola of the old Town Hall.
This building had a cupola surmounted by a gilded ball; there was a clock within and “three fair dials without.”
The lofty nest, or Termitarium, constitutes a hillock in the form of a cupola.
cupola cu·po·la (kyōō'pə-lə)
A cup-shaped or domelike structure.
A small ornamental structure rising from a roof. Cupolas are often dome shaped.