Greece's last bell makers keep dying trade alive

If one hears the familiar sound of church bells echoing through a Greek village, it's most probably the work of the Galanopoulos brothers. They own one of the two last workshops in the country, the other one is a much smaller craftsman in Athens. Bell making has been hit so hard by the financial crisis in Greece that it almost wiped out the entire craft from the country.

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Click on the video about to see how the Galanopoulos brothers have succeeded in keeping the 250-year-old family tradition alive.

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