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Saint Julien de Crempse Town Hall

The church is covered by a relatively sloping roof of small tiles. Its fašade has two high, oblique angle buttresses, with two sloping storeys. The higher slope ends by straddling a section of the wall-belfry and its fašade. The upper part, of more recent construction, ends in a slender triangle, pierced with three semi-circular bays of the same height. The southern one is a little wider than the two others. The 14th century portal has five arches, topped by an archivolt. All are Gothic arches.