the word pavilion (derived from frz. papillon = “butterfly”) designates
- a free standing, considered, at the sides however usually more or less open, and/or. Zentralbau in historical park plants (see illustration), which can be opened, often (in the kind of a room) at the insides with seats;
- freely standing, generally open and/or. tent which can be opened - frequently use finds in gardens;
- an information pavilion: at least one side openly, at the insides of the walls are information boards or the like;
- a provisional building on fairs - such buildings can exhibit substantial orders of magnitude, see for example century-resound in Bochum;
- emphasized parts at corners or at the roof of a baroque building of everyday;
- a considered stage for musical presentations or theatre performances at usually larger places with seat opportunity for listeners and/or. Spectator - z. B. Music pavilion in a Kurpark or a similar plant.
- the Royal Pavilion in the seaside resort Brighton (England).
- a cultural center in Hanover, see: To pavilion Hanover
- the pavilion “Helicopter” in the recreation area cellar mountain, Vienna 23
|this side is a term clarifying for the distinction of several terms named the same word.|