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Campana dei Caduti, Rovereto

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  • see the worlds largest Bell which sounds to stretch is a unique experience. The sound of the Bell-set on a hill overlooking the city with a great view-you lose in the Valley at every stroke. Exciting evening
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  • The story of the Bell is very charming and deserves to be heard, maybe watching the 15-minute movie that comes along with the price of the ticket (4 euros). Unfortunately we visited on a rainy day and couldn't fully enjoy the scenery.
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  • Great society that dominates from the Hill of Rovereto and the entire Valley, Miravalle's importance and historical significance and unspeakable human!! The first time was merged in 1924 with 19 bronze cannons remnants of World War I, the second time was recast in 1939 and later, because of a crack, was recast again and positioned on the hill where the present dominates the city. Daily at 21.30 with its chiming draws all Nations for not forget their fallen ... It was named "Maria Dolens" and is the symbol of peace and brotherhood and draws people from all over the world. It is much more than a monument, is a source of intense emotions and great charm!
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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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