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Question 1: At the ________ porticos are continued along the front as a colonnade.
Imperial War MuseumNational Gallery (London)Victoria and Albert MuseumBritish Museum

Question 2: Compare the sequence of baluster forms that go to make a ________.
BalusterCapitoline HillSt. Peter's BasilicaBaroque

Question 3: According to Emporis, the New York State Education Building in ________ has the longest colonnade in the United States, with 36 Corinthian columns.
Capital DistrictAlbany, New YorkAlbany County, New YorkGreen Island, New York

Question 4: Paired or multiple pairs of columns are normally employed in a colonnade, but the porch of columns that surrounds a peripteral Classical temple (such as the ________) can be termed a colonnade.
National MallWashington, D.C.Abraham Lincoln (1920 statue)Lincoln Memorial

Question 5: A portico may be more than one rank of columns deep, as at the Pantheon in Rome or the stoae of ________.
Ancient GreeceRoman GreeceClassical antiquityAlexander the Great


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