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Parroquia de Nuestra Señora del Rosario(Sedaví)

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The tower has a square floor plan with three bodies, height following the models imposed in the eighteenth century. The first integrated within the main facade, with a symmetrical body on the other side, possibly indicating the intention to make a second tower. The second has pilasters on its exterior face and cornice and four arches for the bells. The third consists of two heights: the first with diagonal arches and a second with finials. The tower is topped by a weather vane.

The temple has the condition of Good of Local Relevance according to the Fifth Additional Provision of the Law 5/2007, of February 9, of the Generalitat, of modification of the Law 4/1998, of June 11, of the Valencian Cultural Patrimony.

The casting of the main bell (1843) and the Third bell in 1831 indicate that the tower may have been completed around this time.

The Diputación de Valencia through the Plan de Rehabilitación Histórico Artístico restored in 2012 the current set of bells of the church of Nuestra Señora del Rosario de Sedavi. proceeding to its cleaning and thus recovering the sound of the original bronze. In addition, the metal yokes were replaced by other wooden yokes in the Valencian style with the installation of new impulse turning systems that emulate the manual turning, allowing manual ringing, following the rules of the Conselleria de Cultura for the recovery of traditional ringing.

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