A bell for the dying

Until recently, it was customary in Krakow to call at the moment of agony or right after a person’s death. The bells were placed outside the church, currently, there are three left in the city: on the right side of the main entrance to the Dominican Church, on the wall of the front tower of St. Mary’s Church and on the left side of the Reformed Church.

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