Monumentality: The combined quality of dignity, grandeur, and impressiveness, especially in architecture and sculpture, regardless of actual size. Mosaic: A surface decoration or picture made with pieces of colored glass, stone or ceramic (called Tesserae) set into cement or mastic; typical of a wall, apse and dome decoration of Byzantine churches.
Naive Art: The art of untrained or self-taught artists; the art of preliterate peoples. See Primitive Art. Napaltjarri, Tjunkiya: Art Category: Cloth Artist.
AutoRoute is also produced in several European languages besides English. Version and older included pushpin symbols. The new version replaced these symbols with a new set of 46 pushpins. The Streets and Trips user community thus created a default map template  wihich has the pin set in order to re-add them to the program. The former pushpins were restored in the version with updated visual styling.