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Bell tower of Bubano's Church

 

According ancient accounts, the first bell tower was built in the second half of the 17th century.

The present one features a Tuscan style and was erected by Francesco Brighenti in 1872-1874. Father Francesco Folli Berzantini, Mordano's priest, donated four of the five bells to embellish the bell tower.

The bells were consecrated on 15 November 1873. The "full peal" of Bubano's bells is among the finest ones throughout the Region Emilia-Romagna.

Father Folli Berzantini also donated the clock, made in 1874 by Cesare Fontana from Milan. 

 

Address: Via Chiesa, 12 Loc. Bubano - 40027 Mordano (BO)

How to get there

How to get to Mordano

 

 Exit the A14 highway at Imola. Follow the highroad Selice-Montanara (SS 610) towards Massa-Lombarda-Lugo-Ravenna. After 7 kilometres the SS 610 runs into the Provincial Road Bivio Selice-Mordano (SP 53) which leads to the town centre of Mordano.

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The bells weigh as follows:
I-Kg.744
II-Kg.620
III-Kg.378
IV-Kg.243
V-Kg.81

Info on the Tourist location

URP - Ufficio Relazioni con il Pubblico del Comune di Mordano

Via Bacchilega, 6 - 40027 Mordano (BO)

Tel: +39 0542 56911; Fax: +39 0542 56900

 

Last update: 01-08-2012