Portico

Portico
Image displaying the now-demolished portico, topped with ornately carved fretwork, and crowned with a simple pediment, now replaced by the current, originally-intended façade. A portico is the entryway supported by columns, while a pediment is the triangular element topping it, usually found in Greco-Roman Revival architecture in the United States. | Source:

“80004271-4.” National Register of Historic Places, April 16, 1980. National Park Service Digital Asset Management System. https://npgallery.nps.gov/AssetDetail/88c900c3-9ed0-44b7-a632-5c88821ad132#.

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