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The Pyongyang Bell
The Pyongyang Bell is one of the National Treasures of North Korea.
The current bell was cast between June and September 1726 during the Ri dynasty to replace an earlier one that was destroyed by fire in 1714. The bell was rung to announce invasions, natural disasters, New Year's Day and other major events. In 1925, the bell was located on East Gate Street, inside the great East Gate of the city of Pyongyang.
Issued Country Korea
Issued Year 2007
Category Buddhist Symbol Buddhist Arts
Type Postage Stamps
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