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architecture:  Italian term for a plaza (large open square created or defined by several buildings forming a perimeter enclosure)
  • While they were disputing on this important subject and waiting for Cunegonde, Candide saw a young Theatin friar in St. Mark's Piazza, holding a girl on his arm.
    Chapter 24 (21% in)

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