Monday, May 2, 2011

Looking up the Campanile

Looking up at the 53,5 meter high Campanile from its base.  The Campanile was erected to commemorate the centenary of the landing of the 1820 British Settlers and contains the largest carillon of bells in the country.  That is also where the name comes from as the word Campanile means bell tower in Italian.


  1. Would there be concerts using the bells? A guild of bellringers?

  2. Interesting perspective! Hope they rang out the bells for the Royal Wedding in memory of the 1820 settler's roots.