log·gi·a (lôjē-ə, lŏjē-ə)
1. An open-sided, roofed or vaulted gallery, either free-standing or along the front or side of a building, often at an upper level.
2. An open balcony in a theater.
[Italian, from Old Italian, from Old French loge; see LOGE.]
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