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Trill Bells in Wooden Tower

Trill Bells in Wooden Tower

This picture of small trill bells in one of wooden towers of Kremlin in Izmailovo I took during excursion with my clients to local museum of bells which was established by Igor Konovalov, senior bell ringer of Cathedrals of Moscow Kremlin and Cathedral of Christ the Savior.

All my clients who were on this tower had opportunity to listen different types of bell ringing common for curtain areas of Russia. They learnt history of Orthodox bells, techniques of bell ringing and even took a first lesson for beginners, provided by Konstantin Mishurovsky, professional bell ringer with 17 years experience. No doubt that taking the lesson how to ring the bells, it was the most memorable part from this tour and all my clients had a lot of fun there.

With BEST Regards,
Arthur Lookyanov
Private Guide and Personal Driver in Moscow Russia
Last Edited: August 26th, 2007

Photo taken on 2007-08-15 at 14:08:40

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Date: 2009-06-27 06:23:58

My husband, children and I spent 5 very busy days in Moscow in May for business purposes. The downside of the trip was that most locals did not speak English. On our last night in Moscow, Arthur picked us from the Olimpiski center after the Eurovision semi-finals- that was around 1.30 a.m. Arthur gave us an amazing night tour that ended around 4 in the morning. We were so pleased not only to have an English speaking guide showing us around but also getting immersed in Arthur's extensive knowledge of the Russian history. He made us feel connected to the sites we visited. Thank you Arthur for all your efforts and for turning our last night in Moscow into a memory of a lifetime...