The belfry or bell tower, constructed from 1573, was originally one of the highest in Finistère. However it was truncated by fire following a lightning strike in 1809.
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... In 1990-91 Belfry received the award of being a Kentucky State School of Excellence ... In 1994, Belfry was selected as the "Best of the States" Winner by the State of Kentucky ... Belfry was selected as a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence by the United States Department of Education in 1993 ...
... Belfry Witches was a television show broadcast by the BBC during its CBBC slot ... revolved around the two witches, the friendly of the church whose belfry they are in, Chris Tucker (played by Scott Charles), the resident "naughty boy", a nasty woman named Mrs ... The show was called 'Belfry Witches' because the two witches lived in a church belfry ...
... The Belfry is a golf resort in Wishaw, Warwickshire, very near Sutton Coldfield and Birmingham, England, and was acquired by KSL Capital Partners LLC in August 2012 Denver/USA ... The Belfry has hosted the Ryder Cup on four occasions, and has also staged numerous European Tour events ...
The term belfry has a variety of uses:
- Bell tower, an architectural term
- Belfry, a type of medieval siege tower
- Belfry, Montana, a town in the United States
- The Belfry, an English golf club
- Belfry, a play by Billy Roche, third part of The Wexford Trilogy
Famous quotes containing the word belfry:
“I cannot yet begin to understand
Why we are proud that an ancestor knew
The crazy Poe, who was not of our kind
Bats in the belfry that round and round flew
In vapors not quite wholesome for the mind.”
—Allen Tate (18991979)
“When cats run home and light is come,
And dew is cold upon the ground,
And the far-off stream is dumb,
And the whirring sail goes round,
And the whirring sail goes round;
Alone and warming his five wits,
The white owl in the belfry sits.”
—Alfred Tennyson (18091892)