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MINGUN, Myanmar - Weighing about 90 tons and reputed to be the largest uncracked bell in the world (a larger one in Moscow is cracked), the Mingun Bell was cast in 1808 by King Bodawpaya for the Mingun Pagoda, which was never completed. The diameter of its base is 16 feet 3 inches, and it is 12 feet high.

MINGUN, Myanmar - Weighing about 90 tons and reputed to be the largest uncracked bell in the world (a larger one in Moscow is cracked), the Mingun Bell was cast in 1808 by King Bodawpaya for the Mingun Pagoda, which was never completed. The diameter of its base is 16 feet 3 inches, and it is 12 feet high. Stock Photo
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Have Camera Will Travel | Asia / Alamy Stock Photo

Image ID:

FJ2EAB

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85.9 MB (2.4 MB Compressed download)

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Dimensions:

6706 x 4476 px | 56.8 x 37.9 cm | 22.4 x 14.9 inches | 300dpi

Date taken:

4 October 2015

Location:

Mingun Bell, Mingun, Mandalay Region, Myanmar (Burma)

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Weighing about 90 tons and reputed to be the largest uncracked bell in the world (a larger one in Moscow is cracked), the Mingun Bell was cast in 1808 by King Bodawpaya for the Mingun Pagoda, which was never completed. The diameter of its base is 16 feet 3 inches, and it is 12 feet high.

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