Indexes to tower bell sites
in Asia and the Pacific Rim
Tower bell instruments or collections of 8 or more bells can be found in several countries
of Asia and the Pacific Rim region.
This Website has a site data page for each such instrument or collection which is known.
(It also mentions, but does not describe, rings of 5 or 6 bells.)
To facilitate finding pages of interest to visitors,
as well as to show related information about groups of sites,
those site data pages are indexed in several different ways, as follows:
- Tower bell sites in this area can be categorized
according to the type of instrument.
Each of the pages linked here presents a variety of indexes
for one particular type of instrument:
- The following pages are not segregated by type of instrument:
- Combined index by country and city
- Combined index by city, regardless of country
If you are looking for a specific site by its institutional name
(e.g., a church or school) or by the instrument's proper name,
pick either of the above indexes and then use the "find in page"
feature of your Web browser to locate a distinctive word
(or partial word) in that name.
- Combined index by bellfoundry
- Combined index to all types of tower bell instruments
in Australia by state/territory and in New Zealand by major island (North, South).
- Regional locator map
(via Google Maps customization)
of various types [PLANNED]
- Sites that are no more
(exhibited, relocated, destroyed, sold, stolen, etc.)
- Also available:
Return to Indexes to tower bell sites
throughout the world.
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This page was created 2006/11/15 and last revised 2013/01/12.
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