A cupola is traditionally an Italianate domed tower above a roof, with windows for ventilation and light. Square cupolas are also common and may be purely cosmetic.
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This cupola has a finial based at the top and a metal roof.
Complete with a clock and a weathervane, this domed cupola has a copper roof.
A square cupola with a finial and six-pane glazing stays above this shingle roof.
Weathered and rough hewn, this cupola is ideal for the barn beneath it.
The metal roofing with opposing slopes with this cupola is known as”cross-gabled” and imitates the roof beneath.
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