The diamond is cut to show the stone's brilliance, creating different parts to the cut: table, crown, girdle, pavilion, culet.

Diamond Cut

The diamond is cut to show the stone's brilliance, creating different parts to the cut: table, crown,…

The Richelieu Pavilion of the Louvre was named after King Louis XIII first chief minister, Cardinal-Duc de Richelieu. It is part of the Louvre Palace which is located along the Seine river in Paris, France. The Richelieu pavilion is located at the northern limb of the New Louvre.

Richelieu Pavilion of the Louvre

The Richelieu Pavilion of the Louvre was named after King Louis XIII first chief minister, Cardinal-Duc…

"Central Pavilion of the Tuileries, as designed by De Lorme (from Mariette)." — Chambers, 1881

Pavilion of the Tuileries

"Central Pavilion of the Tuileries, as designed by De Lorme (from Mariette)." — Chambers, 1881

This pavilion is a free standing structure located near a main building or residence. Since this pavilion was built to take advantage of the view it may also be called a Gazebo.

Folding Pavilion Structure

This pavilion is a free standing structure located near a main building or residence. Since this pavilion…

The Gloriette at Schönbrunn, a elegant pavilion is a miniature reproduction of the Palace of Schönbrunn. A gloriette (from the 12th century French for "little glory") is a building in a garden erected on a site that is elevated with respect to the surroundings. The structure and shape can vary greatly, often in the form of a pavilion or tempietto, more or less open on the sides. The Gloriette at Schönbrunn is a pavilion with two wings that are open porticos with a beautiful view of the city from its rooftop.

The Gloriette at Schönbrunn

The Gloriette at Schönbrunn, a elegant pavilion is a miniature reproduction of the Palace of Schönbrunn.…