Bell tower


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Bell tower

A tall structure either independent or part of a building used to contain one or more bells; it is also called a campanile.

bell tower

A tall structure supporting one or more bells; may be part of a building or an independent structure; Also see belfry.
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The Bell Tower Mall Tribute will include a special recognition of two non-profits who are benefiting from the demolition.
Resting on a flatbed trailer in front of the Town House, the 12,000-pound bell tower crafted by Jeff Samuelson will be hoisted aloft beginning at 9 a.
Mr Davies, who as Minister for Defence Equipment and Support has faced criticism over Army kit shortages in Afghanistan, said: "The bell tower is an integral part of the roof.
Most bell towers have eight bells, so ringing a 10 or 12 bell tower is much more of a challenge.
Mr Hughes, who was bell tower captain at St Michael's, started bell ringing at the church at the age of eight or nine and became a popular figure.
This certainly applied to the Bell Tower Bar, a patio lounge that perches on the roof of the three-story hotel.
The sizes of the units range from 1,000-square-foot one-bedroom apartments to a 3,000-square-foot duplex that incorporates the bell tower in a 30-foot-high atrium.
The interior would not be completed for another five years, but a bell tower remained unfinished until this year.
2 Entrance to museum with apse and bell tower of San Antimo cathedral.
D'Amico & Sons to Open New Restaurant at Bell Tower Shops in Ft.
The portfolio includes the following properties: Guinness Tower, Marine Building and Oceanic Plaza (Vancouver); Canterra Tower (Calgary); Edmonton City Centre and Bell Tower (Edmonton); Royal Bank Plaza, WaterPark Place and One Financial Place (Toronto); Constitution Square (Ottawa); and Place de la Cathedrale (Montreal).
NORTH BROOKFIELD - The copper-clad bell tower taking shape in the driveway at 11 Chase Road is more than a union of classic architecture, metal and wood.