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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 18 February 2017

This is one of the largest bell (2nd or 3rd) in the world. You can actually ring it. It is a sight to see.

Thank sactokw
Reviewed 10 February 2017

This is one huge bell and still has a chime to it. If you have a chance get inside it as it is not to noisy and you can see some old graffiti.

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Reviewed 31 January 2017

The pogoda here and the mingun bell make for an interesting visit with a chance for souvenir purchases. Bring your hat and sunglasses.

Thank Uncle M
Reviewed 28 January 2017

Great Bell of Mingun which is massive and weighs 200,000 lbs. You can't miss it while walking through Minguin on your sightseeing walk.

Thank Linda S
Reviewed 25 January 2017

This large 90 tonne bell is housed in a wooden structure so it’s a bit difficult to appreciate its size. This is a popular site with many visitors climbing under the bell and wandering around so if you want a photo of just you and...More

Thank BellBoy53
Reviewed 15 January 2017

The Mingun Bell (the world’s largest working bell which was used to summon the troops). It was bronze and very impressive hanging in this covered enclosed area. You are able to ring it and also go under it. The bell is a height of 3.7...More

Thank HerbSydney
Reviewed 6 January 2017

Once you are off the boat ( if coming by the Irrawaddi from Mandalay) , this big bell is one of the three things to go around in the Mingun- Sagaing Archeological area. The bell is huge and has an interesting history to tell. Fun...More

Thank YatriForever
Reviewed 4 January 2017 via mobile

The largest ring-able bell was interesting. It's enormous and one can get inside the bell and take pictures.

Thank BharathiMani
Reviewed 3 January 2017 via mobile

The claim is that this is the second biggest bell in the world and it truly is impressive ! You can get inside it as it is a few feet off the ground. Worth a visit

Thank Eric J
Reviewed 11 December 2016 via mobile

90 ton bell that is the second largest in the world. That's it. Combined with the other pagodas this one can be done. Nothing much to it.

Thank ramchabi
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