A clock tower is a tower specifically built with one or more (often four) clock faces. Clock towers can be either freestanding or part of a church or municipal building such as a town hall.
World Heritage Sites connected to 'Clock Tower':
Belfries Cathedral of Our Lady (Antwerp); linkBerat and Gjirokastra Clock tower of the Citadel of GjirokastraBlenheim Palace clock tower gateBridgetown Main Guard Clock Tower; linkCartagena
Clock Tower Gate; linkDubrovnik Edinburgh At Balmoral Hotel; linkGraz In 1559, the Clock Tower, the symbolic monument of Graz, was given its characteristic appearance, which has remained unchanged to these days (AB ev)Independence Hall Kotor In central KotorKremlin and Red Square Spasskaya Tower; linkLiverpool Victoria Tower; linkMelaka and George Town Tan Beng Swee (Red) Clock TowerModena Torre dell'Orologio, late 15th century (at the Town Hall)Old City of Acre Khan al-Umdan; linkOld City of Berne Zytglogge; linkOld Town of Galle Galle Fort Clock TowerRegensburg Altes Rathaus Clock TowerSafranbolu historical clock towerSalzburg At the Rathaus (City Hall); linkSighisoara ; linkSintra Pena Palace; linkVenice and its Lagoon Torre dell'Orologio at St. Mark Square; linkVienna RathausWachau Cultural Landscape Stift DürnsteinWestminster Big Ben
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