Trinitarian steeple

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A Trinitarian steeple is a 3-point steeple typical of the province of Soule of Basque Country in France. They symbolize the Holy Trinity.[1]

The steeple is generally located above the facade which is flat. For that reason, it is sometimes called steeple-wall.

Villages with a trinitarian steeple are :

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Philippe Veyrin, Les Basques, page 241 - Arthaud, 20 décembre 1975 ISBN 2-7003-0038-6