What is a pier in architecture?
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In architecture, a pier is a support structure that extends out from a building and bears the weight of a bridge, roof, or another structure. It is often made from concrete, steel, or masonry, and may have one or more arch-like openings. The pier can also provide stability for a harbor or dock.