Where do cathedral bells come from

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  1. This group of photos in the hard disk for a long time, has been lazy to organize. Because every time I see it, I lose the desire to organize and blog because of these dirty photos. I have seen the Portuguese church sent by SOFIA and banshee, the same color, but with the blue and white porcelain wall, the whole building immediately becomes much brighter and has a different effect! I wonder if if Mexico had been colonized by Portugal, would the cathedral we see today also have the shadow of blue and white? However, this church still has a very traditional way of ringing the bell, and this is the first church bell tower I climbed, so it is still worth sharing with you!

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    & have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent The main entrance of the cathedral. The circle marks the entrance to the cathedral’s belvedere. Visitors can now only go up to the tower, which is under repair on the other side.

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    & have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent On the left is the clock tower which is being repaired, on the right is the clock tower which can be visited. The carry-on bag turned out to climb out of the original bell tower to take a leaflet, too many words, many do not understand. The foundations of the eastern bell tower were laid in 1642, but the two towers were built between 1787 and 1791. Each tower is about 67 meters high, and each tower can hold 28 clocks, but there are only 30 clocks of different sizes in the two towers.

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    & have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent This is the staircase inside the clock tower.

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    & have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent Up the spiral staircase!

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    & have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent Looking down, it looks like a big conch!

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    & have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent Visitors can only visit the clock tower at a set time every day. You can buy your ticket at one of the counters in the cathedral and then meet at the counter at the appointed time to visit the clock tower.

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    & have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent After passing the repaired ladder, we reached the top of the church.

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    & have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent The top of the church. Inside, mass was being celebrated.

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    & have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent View the square from the top of the church.

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    & have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent The cathedral bells are tolled by men! And there are many people ringing different clocks at the same time!

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    & have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent This guy is wearing earmuffs.

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    & have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent The man who brought us up even went to ring the bell after explaining to us!

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    & have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent I was going to take a closer look, but he stopped me.

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    & have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent It was about noon when I went there, so it took a long time to ring the bell. Look at all these thick ropes in the bell tower. Each one is connected to a bell!

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    & have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent A wooden staircase at the top of the clock tower is no longer allowed to be climbed.

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    & have spent & have spent & have spent & have spent Our guide, after ringing the bell, continued to tell us the origin and history of each bell! Unfortunately, I don’t understand much.

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