The purpose of the initiative is also to celebrate the International Day of Monuments and Sites, on April 18th, and it has been gathering scholars in this field of sound and the primary form of communication since the 12th century.
The agenda includes a remote talk on the 16th day with Portuguese and Brazilian experts on the tradition of the bell in the Iberian country and will defend the protection of the bells that marked liturgical rituals, warning of deaths, threats and proximity to the enemy.
The hand touch of this tool constitutes the intangible national heritage in Brazil in 2009 and in Spain since 2019, and the latter is the country from which the smelters that worked in Portugal came from.
History indicates the fact that after the period of nationalization, the Portuguese state produced its own bells, and according to official data, there are 650 of those that are considered historic, among them is the Evora Cathedral, which operates more than 700 years of history.
In addition, there are common myths such as those associated with the manufacture of the “miracle bell”, in the Spanish Autonomous Community of Aragon, among the 30 coins Judas Jesus betrayed because of them.
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