General term for a covered walkway, and more specifically for the walkway linking the two chancel aisles behind the high altar.
Semicircular or polygonal termination of the chancel, which is typically situated at the eastern end of a Christian church.
Masonry of squared and finely cut or worked stone, commonly used for the facing of a building.
Shelter containing one or more bells.
Sculpted female figure, usually clad in long robes, serving as an architectural support, taking the place of a column or pillar.
Prehistoric stone-built chamber used to contain the bodies of the dead.
Small dome on top of a roof or other high structure.
Decoration marking the top end of some architectural element such as a gable, newel post or fence post.
Small piece of enclosed ground.
Tall, narrow window typically associated with the Gothic architectural style.