The gazebo is a small, sometimes octagonal or turret-style building often seen in agarden or a spacious public area. They have been transforming outdoor space since the days of the Egyptians.
Gazebo structures are freestanding or can attach to a garden wall, with a complete roof and open on all sides. They provide shade and shelter from the rain. In addition, they serve as a place to rest while acting as an ornamental feature. They are ideal for entertaining guests outdoors. Some gazebos in public parks are large enough to serve as a bandstand.
In North America and England, construction is made of wood and standard roofing materials, such as shingles. The walls also come with screens to aid in excluding flying insects.
A weather vane is a perfect accent for crowning this garden pavilion.