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Campana dei Caduti, Rovereto
(4.5/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • I found it fascinating seeing this symbol of peace and love among peoples. Also from Piazzale of the Bell you can admire a beautiful view of the Valley and the mountains. I do not understand just choosing close access to the museum complex in winter long before the sound of the Bell.
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  • Very impressive and touching. The Bell offers a breathtaking view. Shame not to have had time to stop and feel the hundred chimes of the Bell at noon!
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  • Placed in vantage point, this installation has a strong symbolic meaning, since this is the largest Bell in the world the result of a merger of the guns of the first world war. From a practical point of view: installation is easily accessible by paved road, and there is a very large parking right in front of the entrance.
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  • The biggest bell in the world, impressive to hear. You can hear it every evening at nightfall. The yard holds an photo exhibition.
  • Nice view of the city.
  • The most important monument in the city, much-publicized. Is positioned so that you can see in all parts of the city.
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  • Maria Dolens, the largest Bell in the world, located close to the mountains where he fought in the 1st World War, performs in memory of the fallen of all wars
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  • A place of peace and prayer, because unfortunately wars continue.
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