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Catalog of Church Bells to be Published in the Yaroslavl Region
20.06.2020 12:10
Catalog of Church Bells to be Published in the Yaroslavl Region

 It will include bells from the collection of the Rostov Kremlin Museum.

The Rostov Kremlin Museum in Rostov the Great, Yaroslavl Region, has begun creating a catalog of church bells that are in its collections. These are about 80 bells. The work began during the period of self-isolation.

The bell collection is very important for the institution, because the bell ringing is a brand of Rostov the Great.

It is reported that for each bell they will make a gallery of photographs. In addition, experts will reveal the history of its creation and describe its features. Voices and sound spectrum analysis will also be recorded.

First, the catalog will be posted on the museum website. Over time, a print version is also planned.

The collection of church bells in the museum goes backto the 1980s. Now the main fund has about 80 bells, with the oldest of them created in 1658, and the youngest cast in 1998.

Author: Vera Ivanova

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