A report on Cupola and Roof lantern

White marble cupolas cap minarets at the Tomb of Jahangir in Lahore, Pakistan
The lantern over the dome of the Florence Baptistery, dated to 1150
Cupolas on the towers of Montefiascone Cathedral, Italy.
A cupola-shaped lantern on 16th-century Seville Cathedral, Andalusia, Spain
Interior of cupola ceiling in the old Synagogue of Győr, Hungary.
The 6th-century Hagia Sophia's upper dome acts as a roof lantern
Ribbed cupola crowns the minaret of the Mosque of Uqba, in Kairouan, Tunisia.
Inside of Armenian Orthodox church cupola in Lviv, Ukraine.
Cupolas were also used on some old barns for ventilation.
View from the interior of the Cupola module on the International Space Station.
Trompe-l'œil painting of a cupola in a church in Northern Italy (Brivio)
A cupola-style caboose with an "angel seat" above
The dome of Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral, also known as the Duomo, in Florence, Italy, which includes a cupola.

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

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More elaborate dwellings of the era showed a fondness for the roof lantern, in which the humble ceiling-window design of the skylight is elaborated into a miniature glass-paneled conservatory-style roof cupola or tower.

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

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