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Trem - ajat.

Trem je natkriveni prostor, galerija ili hodnik kod koga jednu uzduznu stranu oblikuje zatvorena povrsina, a drugu niz stubova ili pilastera koji nose krovnu konstrukciju. Najcesce je deo gradjevine, ali moze biti i samostalna arhitektonska celina. Kao deo gradjevine tako da se otvara prema spoljasnjem prostoru i nalazi se na ulazu zgrade i moze da se proteze njenom celom duzinom.
Kao posebna vrsta trema javlja se portik trem koji ima krov podrzan stubovima. Obicno vodi ka ulaznim vratima gradjevine.
U srpskom narodnom neimarstvu trem se najcesce nazivao ajat.
Tremovi su obicno jednostavne konstrukcije i pravougaoni ili kvadratni ali mogu da budu i kruznih i zavojitih oblika.
Trem ili ajat kao arhitektonski element primenjuje se i u narodnom neimarstvu. Najcesce drvene ograde i stubovi trema cesto su bogato izrezbareni.



The porch - aya.

A porch is a covered space, gallery or corridor where one longitudinal side is formed by a closed surface, and the other by pillars or pilasters that support the roof structure. It is usually a part of a building, but it can also be an independent architectural whole. As a part of the building, it opens to the outside space and is located at the entrance of the building and can extend along its entire length.
A special type of porch is a portico - a porch that has a roof supported by pillars. It usually leads to the front door of the building.
In Serbian folk architecture, the porch was most often called ayat.
Porches are usually of simple construction and rectangular or square, but they can also be circular or curved.
The porch or ayat as an architectural element is also used in folk architecture. Most often, wooden fences and porch pillars are often richly carved.

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