Traditional carillons in Europe:
index by city name

NOTE:   Great Britain and Ireland are separately indexed, as are Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany and the Netherlands.

NOTE:   Cities which have (or had) a carillon during a historical period when they were part of, or were occupied by, a different country may be cross-referenced by the name which they bore in the language of that country.  For the same reason, place names are sometimes given in alternate languages.  Such references enable the reader to connect historical references with present circumstances, and are not intended to express any political opinion regarding past or present facts.

Traditional carillons may be found in the following cities of Europe:

ALVERCA                       : PORTUGAL   
   Carillhão dos Pastorinhos
   Igreja dos Pastorinhos
   (Church of the Little Shepherds)
ARANJUEZ                      : SPAIN      
   Monasterio San Lorenzo de El Escorial
   (El Escorial Monastery)
BAERUM                        : NORWAY     
   Radhus (Town Hall) 
BARCELONA - P                 : SPAIN      
   Palau de la Generalitat
   (Palace de Diputacion Provincial)
BILBAO                        : SPAIN      
   Basilica de la Madre de Dios de Begoña
CAROUGE                       : SWITZERLAND
   Eglise Sainte-Croix 
CONSTANCIA (mobile)           : PORTUGAL   
   CICO Lvsitanvs Traveling Carillon
CORDOBA                       : SPAIN      
   Iglesia de San Pablo
CZESTOCHOWA                   : POLAND       
   Our Lady Tower 
   Jasna Góra (Bright Hill) Monastery 
DRAMMEN - BK                  : NORWAY      
   Bragernes kirke (church) 
ECHTERNACH - 1                : LUXEMBOURG 
   Basilica of St.Willibrord
GDANSK - K                    : POLAND      
   Sw.Katarzyna (St.Catharine's Church)
GDANSK - R                    : POLAND      
   Old Town Hall
GENEVA - STP/2                : SWITZERLAND
   Central spire (fléche)
   Cathédrale St.Pierre
GOTEBORG                      : SWEDEN     
   Krystine Kyrka (St.Kristine Tower,
     or Christinenkirche)
HARNOSAND                     : SWEDEN     
   Domkyrka (Cathedral)
HAUGESUND                     : NORWAY     
   Vår Frelsers kirke 
HEILIGENKREUZ                 : AUSTRIA      
   Stift Heiligenkreuz (Abbey)
INNSBRUCK - D/1               : AUSTRIA    
   Dom Sct.Jacob (St.James Cathedral)
KARLSKRONA                    : SWEDEN     
KAUNAS                        : LITHUANIA  
   Military Museum of Vitautas the Great 
KIEV                          : UKRAINE    
   St.Michael's Cathedral
KLAIPEDA                      : LITHUANIA  
   Central Post Office 
LANDSKRONA                    : SWEDEN     
   Sofia Albertina kyrka
LEIRIA                        : PORTUGAL   
   Sé Cathedral
LENS                          : SWITZERLAND 
   Eglise Saint-Pierre-aux-Liens 
LINKOPING                     : SWEDEN     
   Sct.Lars Kyrka
MAFRA - N                     : PORTUGAL   
   Lower belfry, north tower
MAFRA - S                     : PORTUGAL   
   Lower belfry, south tower
MALMÖ                         : SWEDEN     
   Jaernhardte Stift (or) Rådhuset
MEDJUGORJE                    : BOSNIA     
   Shrine of Our Lady Queen of Peace
   Crkva Sv.Jakova (St.James Church)
MOLDE                         : NORWAY     
   Domkirke (Cathedral) 
NAUEN (Mobile)                : NORWAY     
   Traveling Carillon
   Olsen Nauen Bellfoundry (home) 
NORRKÖPING                    : SWEDEN     
OSLO - C                      : NORWAY      
OSLO - R                      : NORWAY      
   Rådhus (City Hall) 
OSLO - U                      : NORWAY      
   Uranienborg kirke (church) 
PORTO                         : PORTUGAL   
   Igreja dos Cléricos
   (Church of the Clerics)
PRAHA - L                     : CZECH REP. 
   Loreto Cloister Museum Tower
PRAHA - Mobile                : CZECH REP. 
   Prazská Mobilní Zvonohra
   (Prague Mobile Carillon)
PULLY                         : SWITZERLAND
   Le Carillon de Chantemerle
   Eglise de la Rosiaz
   Abbey of Saint-Maurice d'Agaune 
   Upper park
   Petropavlovskaya Krepost 
   (Peter & Paul Tower; new lower belfry) 
SANDEFJORD                    : NORWAY     
SIGTUNA (Mobile)              : SWEDEN     
   Traveling Carillon
   Bergholtz Klockgjuteri
STAVANGER                     : NORWAY     
   Domkirke (Cathedral) 
STOCKHOLM - HE                : SWEDEN     
   Hedvig Eleonora kyrka
STOCKHOLM - STG               : SWEDEN     
   Sct.Gertruds kyrka
STOCKHOLM - STC               : SWEDEN     
   S:ta Clara kyrka
TRONDHEIM                     : NORWAY     
   Nidarosdomen (Cathedral) 
VASTERAS                      : SWEDEN     
   Rådhuset (City Hall Tower)
VAXJO                         : SWEDEN     
   Domkyrka (Cathedral)
VILLARREAL - 2                : SPAIN      
   West tower 
   Basilica de San Pasqual
VISBY                         : SWEDEN     
   Sancta Maria Domkyrka (Cathedral)
ZOFINGEN                      : SWITZERLAND 

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