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Question 1: It is the hour bell of the Great Clock in the Clock Tower at the ________, the home of the Houses of Parliament in the United Kingdom.
Tower of LondonWestminster AbbeyPalace of WhitehallPalace of Westminster

Question 2: Sigismund is a bell in the Wawel Cathedral in Kraków, ________, cast in 1520.
HungaryGermanyPolandGreece

Question 3: Other materials sometimes used for large bells include ________ and iron.
BrassSilverCopperGold

Question 4: (English) Bells at the ________
Jim BarksdaleLife (magazine)Open Directory ProjectTime Warner

Question 5: The greater farms in ________ usually had a small bell-tower resting on the top of the barn.
Denmark–NorwayScandinaviaSwedenNordic countries

Question 6: It was the deepest toned clock bell in the ________ until Great Peter of York Minster was incorporated into a new clock chime to celebrate the Queen Mother's centenary.
CanadaUnited KingdomEnglandWales

Question 7: Another related ancient Chinese musical instrument is called qing ( ________ qing4) but it was made of stone instead of metal.
PinyinISO/IEC 8859-8ISO/IEC 646ISO/IEC 8859-3

Question 8: Pummerin in Vienna's Stephansdom is the most famous bell in ________ and the fifth largest in the world.
HungaryAustriaCzech RepublicPoland

Question 9: It is located in Newport, Kentucky, United States, cast by Paccard of ________.
ItalyUnited KingdomCanadaFrance

Question 10: It is located in Mingun, ________, and weighs 90 tonnes (200,000 lb).
CambodiaBurmaSingaporeVietnam







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