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“outer edge”(2 reviews)
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It was the heaviest functioning non-cracked bell in the world at several times in history. It was casted in 1808 and finished in 1810. It s height is 12 feet.
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Hauptstrasse, Mingun, Myanmar
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Not much to say except it is a very big bell and I am unsure how it was made. The best thing is you can ring it , by hitting it with a piece of wood. This is good fun.

Thank Chris B
Reviewed September 10, 2018 via mobile

This is the world’s third largest bell and it used to be the heaviest bell in history. Made from bronze and it’s sad that the locals have used what is called “correction pen” (used to cover up ink) to write on the bell. The authorities...More

Thank Tornote
Reviewed July 9, 2018 via mobile

It's sweet, makes for some crazy pics opportunity. You will be visiting the area anyway so stop by for 10 min...

Thank S G
Reviewed April 27, 2018

I see people here saying it's the largest or the third largest bell in the world?! Our tour guide told us it's the second largest, just after the Moscow's one. However, it's kept in a covered courtyard between the Mingun and Hsynbyume whitewashed Pagoda. It's...More

Thank B1714D
Reviewed March 17, 2018

3rd biggest bell in the world, so they say. Anyway, it is big. You are allowed to hit the bell and climb under it. Good to see when you are wandering around Mingun village.

Thank Seaside809117
Reviewed March 15, 2018 via mobile

Along with largest lion statues and pagoda, there was ordered the largest bell. It is really huge and the logistics of its moving from. UK here was for sure not an easy task. But at this project was successful and the bell is hanging in...More

Thank smallhausen1
Reviewed March 14, 2018 via mobile

No 3 biggest bell in the world and only bell can toll among this side. This place is near the pa tho taw gyi and front of Buddhist home for age! Clean and able to sit under the tree. Weight 5555 viss ( 1 viss...More

Thank WilliamLynn
Reviewed March 8, 2018

Many people. Along the main route and cannot miss. Nothing much. Can go under and inside the bell. Lots of vandalism inside the bell.

Thank ngung chia s
Reviewed March 7, 2018

world's biggest working bell. stand inside the bell and photograph with it! other sightseeing places around are nice.

Thank arbora2018
Reviewed March 7, 2018

We had a look at the bell because we stayed anyhow in Mingun. It is a really big bell but I was not really impressed. So if you pass by you can have a look. There were very many people around and as the place...More

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