Campanile Uspenski Cathedral (Finnish Orthodox) Kanalgatan/Kanavakatu (E12,E75) on the Katajanokka peninsula Helsinki (Helsingfors), Finland LL: N 60.16831, E 24.95976
Uspenskin Katedraali Kanavakatu 1 FI-00160 Helsinki T: 9/634 267 E: email@example.com
Zvon, played from a primitive chimestand. Bells cast in Moscow. Bass bell, over 2m in diameter, is the largest bell in Finland. Notes include E,F#,G#,D#,B,C#,F#.
Chime-sized instrument with action described in Remarks above of 8 bells Pitch of heaviest bell is unknown Transposition is unknown Keyboard range: ---- 6/ ---- 2 The arrangement of tones and/or semitones is non-standard; see Remarks above. The whole instrument was installed in 1869 by the maker cited in Remarks above Year of latest technical information source is 1991
A brief Wikipedia article has two clickable photos; the larger view of the tower photo can be clicked again to get a picture bigger than your screen.
Some tourist photos of the cathedral which include the campanile: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
Where this work lies in the sequence of output of unidentified bellfoundries, in this region and in the world.
Ranking among all European chimes by pitch (weight).
Ranking among all European chimes by size (number of bells).
Ranking among all European chimes by year of completion.
Index to all tower bell instruments in Finland.
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