Definition of monumentality in English:

monumentality

Pronunciation /ˌmänyəˌmenˈtalədē/ /ˌmɑnjəˌmɛnˈtælədi/

noun

See monumental

‘The monumentality of Amsterdam exists only in the heads of its inhabitants, not on the streets.’
  • ‘Some of his compositions, especially those that include a limited number of figures, display a monumentality that is rarely seen in Ethiopian painting.’
  • ‘The film's monumentality owes less to its form than its subject - the place of history in culture and of culture in history.’
  • ‘‘The monumentality of the view was hard to escape,’ Winton says.’
  • ‘However, the complexity of his paintings belies their moderate sizes; Nozkowski achieves monumentality in minute measurements.’