Some carillons in Central and South America were installed temporarily in expositions or fairs of various kinds. Many of these were later reinstalled elsewhere. Other carillons were relocated from their original place of installation for various reasons. And some have been destroyed or stolen. There are no data pages for such sites, so they cannot be indexed in the same manner as extant instruments. Hence this page.
The lists below present, in appropriate orders, the original locations of such instruments, without distinction between traditional and non-traditional mechanisms. The final section presents similar information about chime-sized installations.
Carillons known to have come to Central and South America after being in expositions elsewhere are listed in approximately chronological order, with links to their current locations when known:
Carillons which have been moved from their original city of installation to another place are listed in order by city name, with links to their current locations when known:
Carillons which no longer exist are listed in order by city name:
Chime-sized instruments which no longer exist are listed in order by city name:
PORT OF SPAIN - IC : TRINIDAD
NOTE: Sites for which no database identification is listed are the only ones in their respective cities in the database. Thus their identification follows the standard model.
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This page was created 2001/07/01 and last revised 2018/11/12.
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