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Korean Bell of Friendship

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Let Friendship Ring

Housed in the middle of Angels Gate Park, the Korean Bell of Friendship represents the peaceful relationship between the United States and South Korea. It was presented by the Republic of Korea in 1976. One of the largest bells in the world, it is rung five times per year on important days for Korean-Americans. While you probably won't be able to get a guided tour, we highly recommend that you take the time to read the plaques that surround the bell to get a better idea of the historical and cultural significance of this landmark—it's also in a beautiful spot, so feel free to check out the surrounding area, too.

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