When at last they reached the town square and the tall white cupola of the city hall loomed up, she made her thanks, climbed down from the wagon and watched the country woman drive off.
In fact, her house had more of everything than the mansion, or any other house in town for that matter, more cupolas and turrets and towers and balconies and lightning rods and far more windows with colored panes.
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Possibly the most famous cupola is that at Saint Peter’s Cathedral at the Vatican.
The moon shone on the white cupola of the seminary across the road — lovely view, good place to see the fight.