Story here. The 520-year-old Dhammazedi Bell. At least, they think it’s the world’s largest. A Singaporean firm will soon make the latest in a series of attempts to dredge it up from a river, where it fell off a raft 400 years ago.
If it really is 290 tons of copper, gold, silver and tin alloy as believed, then it will outweigh the 128-ton Moscow Bell, now considered the heaviest.