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Loved this place. It's a pity it seems to have been forgotten. Some bells are missing but it's free to visit and fun trying to find your own countries bell and ringing the others although it is dedicated to children and it should really be...More
This UNESCO project had the purpose to gather children from more than 130 countries across the globe. It is quite atmospheric with an interesting architecture including an interesting collections of bells from over the world. Since the collapse of communism, it became disused but local...More
Once quite far from the city, now touching one of the Buisiness areas, means easy accessible. Great idea of composing bells from all over the world in the name of peace. Proto idea is that the world is a common united home. Recommended to see.
Very interesting place built during the communist regime, some the bells are missing, stolen in the early 90ties but generally the monument is well preserved and it worths visiting. There is no entrance fee, it has car park