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Bochum Bell. Night
Ukraine

Бохумский колокол – это копия, подаренная городом-побратимом Бохума (Германия).

Настоящий колокол находится в городе Бохум и в 10 раз больше. Его сделал мастер Якоб Майер в 1851 году для выставки в Париже. Было изготовлено три колокола, которые поразили всех парижских богем.

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