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Balcony: A balcony is a platform projecting from the wall of a building, supported by columns or console brackets, and enclosed with a balustrade, usually above the ground floor.
Balcony Press: Balcony Press is a publisher established in 1994. The press has released art, architecture and design books emphasizing the cultural and historical aspects of design particularly in the western United States.
Balcony of Sicily: Balcony of Sicily refers to the Sicilian town of Chiaramonte Gulfi in the province of Ragusa. The town was given this nickname for its panoramic position, with views over the Valley of the Ippari and its towns and all the way to the Mediterranean Sea if looking south, as far as Mount Etna in direction north and to the Erean Mountains with Caltagirone if looking west.
Balcony House (Imperial, Nebraska): The Balcony House is a historic building located at 1006 Court St. in Imperial, Nebraska.
A Balcony in the Forest: A Balcony in the Forest is a 1958 novel by the French writer Julien Gracq. It tells the story of a French lieutenant, Grange, who is assigned to a concrete antitank blockhouse in the forest of the Ardennes in the autumn of 1939, where he waits with three enlisted men for World War II to reach that section of France.