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Bochum Bell. Night
Ukraine

Bochum Bell - this is a copy, presented to the sister city of Bochum (Germany).

This bell is located in the city of Bochum, and 10 times more. His master did Jacob Meyer in 1851 for an exhibition in Paris. It was made ​​three bells that hit all the Parisian bohemia.

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Tags: Бохумский колокол; колокол донецк; памятник Бохумский колокол; bochum bell; bell donetsk; a monument to bochum bell
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