.] [Bells Of Agnone] NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports from a small, medieval town in southern Italy said to be the bell capital of the world. For hundreds of years one family has molded and cast bells heard all over the world. The Martinelli family still uses hand-carved molds and a foundry heated by burning wood.
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NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports from a small, medieval town in southern Italy said to be the bell capital of the world. For hundreds of years one family has molded and cast bells heard all over the world. The Martinelli family still uses hand-carved molds and a foundry heated by burning wood.