The biggest ringer on the planet lies on a platform situated on the grounds of Moscow's Kremlin. Cast in 1735 at the demand of Empress Anna Ioanovna, a niece of Peter the Great, the colossal chime has endured a long arrangement of setbacks.
The trouble in throwing such a vast ringer was reprimanded for the demise of the father of the Motrin family group of Russian experts, who made the chime after a fire wrecked the derrick that was to lift the chime from its cast.
A moment fire attacked the territory encompassing the ringer in 1737, and the warmth of it made a bit of the chime break. Today, the eleven-ton broken piece lies adjacent to the chime's platform.