Pontificia Fonderia Marinelli has been making bells since the Middle Ages. Their instruments ring out from iconic places like the Leaning Tower of Pisa and the Vatican. The workshop has survived nearly 1,000 years of wars and hardship, but it’s a crisis of faith that is putting pressure on the business today.
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