Flat portion of the portal above the door and between the orders.
Ornamental architectural feature of a façade containing one or several doors.
Pillar dividing the portal in two and supporting the lintels.
Masonry pillar supporting the orders.
Recessed side of the portal that widens from its inside to its outside edge.
Horizontal section of the door frame that fills the opening above a door or portal.
Each of the receding arches that form a vault over a portal.
Ornamental motif comprised of three lobes.
Triangular decorative element with molded edges, located above the portal.
Masonry structure in the shape of a partial arch; it supports a wall by transferring the pressure of the vaults onto an abutment.
Small steeplelike ornament in the shape of a pyramid; it is found on the corners of the transept or on each side of the façade.
Tapering part in the shape of a pyramid that surmounts the belfry.
Covered passage along the cathedral’s façade, decorated with statues.
Translucent decorative work comprised of an assemblage of glass pieces, usually colored, that fills a bay.
Stone framework adorning the inside of a bay.
Large circular bay composed of decorative tracery and stained glass; it is also called a rosette.
Tower with bays in which the bells are hung.
Inclined slat located in the bell tower bay; it projects the sound of the bells downward.