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Bell Ringer Robot to Work in the Uspensky Cathedral in Tula
5.04.2013 08:50
Bell Ringer Robot to Work in the Uspensky Cathedral in Tula

The Electronic Bell Ringer system will be installed on the belltower of the 18th century Uspensky Cathedral, which is being restored in the Tula Kremlin.

      The 70-meter-high belltower was constructed in 1776. In March, 1937 the belltower was demolished to the base. Its restoration is planned to be finished in autumn of 2013.

      The bell ringing will be performed by bell ringers, and with the help of Electronic Bell Ringer system as well. Along with the belltower restoration they plan to construct mini-hotels, cafe, and an organ hall.

      The Tula Kremlin is a stone fortress in the center of Tula, a 16th century architecture monument, constructed according to the decision of Tsar Vasily III.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Tula Russian Architecture Bell Ringins   

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