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Defined as the fundamental and sometimes intangible notion, structural elements are indeed an essential characteristic of architecture. The design of structural elements, whether it be an arch, vault, dome or column, helps represent the full magnificence of the structure.

Many of the differentiations between historical periods can be appreciated through the architectural structural elements. The Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris is a glorious testimont to the Gothic style, while the San Giorgio Maggione in Venice bears witness to the Renaissance style and the Chateau de Versailles in Versailles is evident of the Baroque style.

Stone imparts an upscale aesthetic to any structure. A material whose qualities have stood the test of time, the hardness and durability of stone symbolises permanance and eternity.