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Saint Capraise de Lalinde Town Hall 


Its origin is Romanesque, It was modified during the 14th and 16th centuries.
The bell-tower is made of cut stone. Its lower register has a semi-circular portal surmounted by an archivolt, and a large diagonal tie. A jutting cornice separates this part of the median register, continuing on the gutter walls. A less jutting string course limits this narrow register, from which a triangular gable rises, pierced by two semi-circular twin bays.


This stone decorates the fireplace of the inn opposite the church. The pilgrim's staff and shells evoke pilgrimages to Saint Jacques de Compostelle, and seem to indicate that the inn was a relay.

Canal Bridge

Dry Dock