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Largest perfect bell in the world, Mingun, Burma
Largest perfect bell in the world, Mingun, Burma, 1908. Weighing 90 tons, the bell was cast in 1808-1810 for King Bodawpaya's stupa, Mingun Pahtodawgyi. It was the largest ringing bell in the world until the completion of the 116-ton Bell of Good Luck at the Foquan Temple, Pingdingshan, Henan, China, in 2000. The Mingun Bell does not have a clapper but is rung by striking its outer rim. Stereoscopic card. Detail.
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