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Jura roofs
Much of the Jura architecture is characterized by imposing roofs which mark the rural and urban landscapes. Intended to protect the houses from bad weather, the roofs comply with regional regulations and constraints, particularly in terms of their slope determined by the climate. Where the sun is shining, low-pitched roofs dominate while the pitch of the roof increases with the amount of rain and snow, as here in Dole.
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