Buddhy heck. At more than 100 tons and nearly 30ft high, this astonishing new hand crafted Buddhist temple brass bell is a real hum-dinger.
The bell - cast in Wuan, Hubei province, central China - has a 19ft diameter at its widest point and comes complete with 92,306 sacred Chinese characters engraved on its surface.
Now the bell is being shipped to the Xilai Buddhist temple hundreds of miles away in Liuzhou, in the south of the country.
"It has a beautiful, haunting tone and is the biggest Buddhist bell in the whole of China," explained one of the craftsmen.