I got no idea how I never noticed that.
Maybe because during a day it for sure looks just too industrial for my eye? And when the night hits, this light makes it a bit…
In front of you, ladies and gentleman and… here, let me present, an amazing, modern, Carillon bell tower… “Traditional carillon of 48 bells. Pitch of heaviest bell is G in the middle octave. The whole instrument was installed in 1971 with bells made by Petit & Fritsen.” On Jaernhardte Stift.
It would be awesome to hear them once…
Although, imagine walking inside…
… and walking and walking… I mean great butt exercise. Though, I would get dizzy because I am scared of heights!!!
And that glass around.
Totally not for me.
But the view must be awesome.
Feeling like a princess in a glass tower too…
Maybe one day I will do it… go up, touch them and then run away quickly? Or maybe one day I will hear them?
For sure I will come back to this city, because it hides so much, and from a first sight looks dull… Have you ever hear carillon bells? Or maybe you can play on them? I know them only from that awesome comedy… French one… “Bienvenue chez les Ch’tis”. If you need a laugh, not a romantic story, though there is some love… watch it. It is smart, sweet and bitter but to be honest… mostly so true.
So human like.