Monday, April 16, 2012

Bell Tower on the Esplanade, Perth

The bell tower is a very prominent landmark in Perth. It is built on the
Swan River esplanade close to the wharves where the ferries and cruise boats
tie up and there are a number of restaurants, bars and shops. The tower is
a mixture of modern architecture and history. The bells in the tower were
given to the city of Perth from one of London's most famous churches, St
Martin in the Fields in Trafalgar Square. The bells are more than 600 years
old. The bells are rung regularly throughout the week by a group of

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