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In the Museum of the Pontifical Bell Foundry a copy of a bell made for the United Nations that is on display in New York (checking details)

Pontificia Fonderia di Campane or Pontifical Bell Foundry of the Marinelli family in the mountain village of Agnone in the region of Molise in southern Italy.

Twenty seven generations of the Marinelli family have been making bronze bells in the foundry for almost 1000 years, continuing the ancient artisanal techniques today.

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In the Museum of the Pontifical Bell Foundry a copy of a bell made for the United Nations that is on display in New York (checking details)<br />
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Pontificia Fonderia di Campane or Pontifical Bell Foundry of the Marinelli family in the mountain village of Agnone in the region of Molise in southern Italy.<br />
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Twenty seven generations of the Marinelli family have been making bronze bells in the foundry for almost 1000 years, continuing the ancient artisanal techniques today.