White marble cupolas cap minarets at the Tomb of Jahangir in Lahore, Pakistan
Belvederes atop Blenheim Palace
Cupolas on the towers of Montefiascone Cathedral, Italy.
Pashkov House crowned with a belvedere (Moscow, Russia)
Interior of cupola ceiling in the old Synagogue of Győr, Hungary.
thumb|A carousel in the Cortile del Belvedere, 1565.
Ribbed cupola crowns the minaret of the Mosque of Uqba, in Kairouan, Tunisia.
thumb|Belvedere in the park of the  Glienicke Palace, in Berlin.
Inside of Armenian Orthodox church cupola in Lviv, Ukraine.
Tour du Belvédère, Mulhouse in Alsace
Cupolas were also used on some old barns for ventilation.
thumb|Gloriette de Buffon in the Jardin des plantes in Paris.
View from the interior of the Cupola module on the International Space Station.
thumb|Haldon Belvedere, in Devon, UK.
Trompe-l'œil painting of a cupola in a church in Northern Italy (Brivio)
thumb|Pashkov House in Moscow is dominated by a belvédère.
A cupola-style caboose with an "angel seat" above
thumb|Patio of the Belvédère Palace in the Vatican.
Belvedere of Queen Anne's Summer Palace in the garden of Prague Castle (1538-1560)
Belvedere, Vienna
Il Belvedere on the Pfingstberg in Potsdam
Belvedere of the Vatican
Belevedere of the Villa Spada in Bologna
"Shrubs Hill Tower", Windsor Renamed "Fort Belvedere".
Johnson's Belvedere, Goat Tower in Texas
Belvedere Castle, Central Park, New York.

The actual structure can be of any form or style, including a turret, a cupola, or an open gallery.

- Belvedere (structure)

Cupolas often serve as a belfry, belvedere, or roof lantern above a main roof.

- Cupola
White marble cupolas cap minarets at the Tomb of Jahangir in Lahore, Pakistan

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