A carillon is a musical instrument that is usually housed in a free-standing bell tower, or the belfry of a church or other municipal building. The instrument consists of at least 23 cast bronze cup-shaped bells, which are played serially to play a melody, or sounded together to play a chord. A carillon is played by striking a keyboard.
|Amsterdam Canal Ring||Westerkerk|
|Banska Stiavnica||Town Hall|
|Belfries||Aalst, Antwerp, Binche, Bruges, Charleroi, Dendermonde, Diksmuide, Eeklo, Gembloux, Gent, Herentals, Ypres, Kortrijk, Leuven, Mechelen, Menen, Mons, Sint-Truiden, Thuin, Tielt, Tienen, Tongeren, Tournai, Zoutleeuw, Bergues, Douai|
|Fortified City of Carcassonne||church of St-Vincent|
|Oporto||Tower of Clerigos|
|Rammelsberg and Goslar||Goslar - on the gable of the former city treasury on the east side of the Market Square.|
|Rome||St. Paul's Within the Walls|
|St. Petersburg||Peter and Paul Cathedral|
|Westminster||At Big Ben|
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