See also: bell gable

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A simple bell gable at the St. James' Church in the town of Entença, near the Pyrenees.

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bell +‎ gable

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bell-gable (plural bell-gables)

  1. (architecture) An element crowning the upper end of the wall of a church and in which a bell is hung, usually in lieu of a campanile or bell tower.

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