The world's largest bell, it was cast three times

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Tsar Bell, Moscow

The world's largest bell, it was cast three times.

The world's largest bell, it was cast three times. It has never been rung and is broken. The casting of this enormous bell was performed by a team of nearly 200 craftsmen. During the great fire of 1737, as burning timber from the structure above it fell into the pit where it was being cast, the craftsmen decided to pour cold water to prevent the bell from melting. Because of uneven cooling, the bell cracked and a huge chunk broke off. The broken Tsar Bell remained in its pit for almost 100 more years after that, until the architect Auguste Montferrand raised it in 1836 and placed it on its present granite pedestal.
















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 Moscow, Russia

Tsar Bell and Nearby Sights on Map

Ivan the Great Bell Tower

At a height of 81m, the belltower for the Archangel, Assumption and Annunciation Cathedrals marks the exact geographic centre of Moscow

Cathedral of the Archangel

This cathedral was the burial place of Russian tsars during the 16th and 17th centuries

Cathedral of the Annunciation

The personal chapel of Muscovite tsars, it was built in the 15th century as part of the Kremlin renovation

Moscow Kremlin

This gigantic site can not be missed

Terem Palace

The main residence of the 17th century tsars, it is now the official residence of the President of Russia and therefore inaccessible to the public

Lenin Mausoleum

In the centre of the Red Square

Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan

Built between 1633 and 1636 to commemorate Russia's liberation from Polish occupation during the Time of Troubles, this church was destroyed in 1936 for the planned remodeling of all Kitai Gorod

State Historical Museum

The 19th century Russian Revivalist building has an enormous collection of artifacts that tell the history of Russia from the Stone Age to the present day

Spasskaya Tower

The Spasskaya Tower, built in 1491, was believed to have miraculous powers which protected the Kremlin from invasions

Iberian Gate and Chapel