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Clocktower

Any instrument for indicating time, such as a mechanical device with a numbered dial and moving hands or pointers, positioned in a single tower or a tower-like portion of a structure.
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The clock tower, thought to be in good condition, stands in the grounds of the Victorian 600-pupil Mount Pleasant Primary School, which is due to be demolished and replaced with a new-build school although no date has been set.
Schneider, who was involved in the effort to save or commemorate the clock tower.
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah had ordered the largest clock tower in the world to be built in Makkah.
The citywide views from the Chamberlain clock tower take in the BT Tower and Museum and Art Gallery in the foreground
Emr Properties managing director Ahmad Al Matrooshi said: "It gives us tremendous pride to commence the handover of homes in Emr Residences at Makkah Clock Tower during the Holy Month of Ramadan.
Someone will have to take it on and maintain this clock tower and to say we've got the money to do that would be disingenuous.
Preservation Worcester and others to restore a semblance of the Clock Tower near the original site.
The clock tower of the Palace of Westminster - known to millions by the name of the bell it houses, Big Ben - will in future be known formally as the Elizabeth Tower.
Summary: The iconic Deira Clock Tower received that name more out of convention than planning.
That means the Town Hall clock has a radio control fitted in the clock tower that picks up the signal and alters itself accordingly, and has done since its refurb in 2004.
But after almost 140 years of service, the clock mechanism within Cardiff Castle's Clock Tower has finally stopped working.
The tradition has been kept alive over the centuries in Morpeth, Northumberland, where the bells are rung every night in the town's historic clock tower.