flag tower

flag tower

[′flag ‚tau̇r]
(navigation)
A scaffoldlike tower from which flags are displayed.
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From the start of the year, aiming to attract more tourists, Thua Thien-Hue carried out various activities such as decorating the Ky Dai (Flag tower) with 1,000 LED lights and firing cannons, upgrading its tourism portal in Vietnamese and English languages, and linking with the portals of the Vietnam National Tourism Administration, as well as other localities.
In a relevant development on Saturday, the Iraqi volunteer forces (Hashd al-Shaabi) announced that the people have exploded the ISIL's tallest flag tower in the center of al-Sharqat region in Northern Salahuddin province as anti-ISIL attacks have increased in recent weeks.
The report, leaked to two former members of the cathedral's choir Matthew Mudge and Adam Poole, said: "You must as a matter of urgency carry out a review of the unstable masonry to the Flag Tower and Clerestory and have suitable repairs carried out."
Addressing the foundation stone laying ceremony of a high altitude national flag tower here at historical Jinnah Park, he said that the party believes in national cause for which its members have rendered huge sacrifices and faced imprisonments.
Access could also be created to the roof of the Flag Tower with a pedestrian link across to the Half Moon Tower.
Currently, the Hue Relics Preservation Centre is actively preparing for Hue Festival 2014 with a series of main activities to take place at Dai Noi (the citadel's inner city), Ky Dai (Flag Tower), Ngo Mon (Ngo Mon Gate), Luong Dinh Estrafe and An Dinh Palace.
Near the entrance to the site, a flag towers over the giant concrete blocks -- dozens of which were placed on the eastern portion of the site by the Public Works Ministry in 2012.