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a tower that supports or shelters a bell

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Next building building is Borgund Stave Church with its associated bell tower.
In the beginning of Season 7, Charlotte was thrown from the bell tower at the church and it was never revealed who killed her.
Ramon Orlina, noted sculptor and native son of Batangas, has warned of further damage to the centuries-old Taal Basilica, possibly the collapse of its ancient walls and bell tower, following the 5.
Surrounded by lush greenery, the Baroque church has a long history, while the island also includes a bell tower, small hermitage and chaplain's house.
According to the applicant, Jaber Haji, the current dome on the building's bell tower "leaks and is not very safe".
The Church of St Chad and Bell Tower, Wood End, Coventry SOME of Coventry's tunnels - made famous by the Italian Job - have been listed.
It is believed they took advantage of the fact that the station's landmark bell tower is currently surrounded by scaffolding as the charity explores the possibility of restoring the structure to its former glory.
EFFORTS are under way to save a Victorian bell tower from demolition.
THE bells are ringing again in Abergele after a PS105,000 project to refurbish the bell tower at St Michael's Church.
com)-- On Thursday, March 26 at 6:00pm, The Bell Tower Shops hosts Sip in Style Fashion Bash, a fashion event showcasing Spring 2015's hot trends from center retailers including Saks Fifth Avenue, Talbots, and White House | Black Market.
TWO daredevils who risked their lives taking dangerous selfies on the ledge of an iconic bell tower were last night branded "stupid".
Duke University in North Carolina last week said it would allow the tall bell tower of its Methodist chapel to be used by Muslim students every Friday to sound the Muslim call to prayer over a loudspeaker.
The most recent event for the building, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was the return of the bell tower and cupola to prominence.
Begun in 1783, it took 22 years (till 1805) to bake and lay the millions of bricks that must have been needed for the church, cylindrical bell tower, convent, and rippling fence that encloses the atrium.
The logo features the iconic O'Bryant bell tower and the school's interlocking initials.