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At 2pm each Sunday, hear the 54 bells of the University of Sydney sound from the clock tower of the main campus. Then, at 2.45pm, meet the the carrillonist themselves at the door to the bell tower in the quadrangle, and they'll give you a tour of the carillon (the instrument that plays the bells) - once they've stopped playing, of course.
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