Clock Towers in Italy

Clock Tower in Udine

Almost every town in Italy has a clock tower and in many cases these tall monuments become landmarks of those  towns. In some cases they are tourist attractions and visitors line up to climb to the top to take advantage of what usually are superb views of the surrounding area. Enjoy.

Clock Tower in Capri

Clock Tower in Courmayeur

Lamberti Tower in Verona

Clock Tower in Bologna

Clock Tower in Murano

Clock Tower in Orvieto

Clock Tower at Castelvecchio in Verona

Clock Tower at the Campo in Siena

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8 Responses to Clock Towers in Italy

  1. Great post – I really enjoyed it!

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  2. imarancher says:

    My favorite was the Courmayer tower. It looked old and lonesome and strong and stalwart. It belongs there and it is still doing its job. Miami had no central clock but we had something pretty darn great. The Catholic church, Gesu, was in downtown Miami and they rang their bells to count the hours. They rang every 15 minutes during the day so you always knew the time. My Great Grandmother lived within a block of the church (more Cathedral than church) and she enjoyed the bell as did all the students at the school (so much closer to lunch, lol). Wish we had a clock as fine as these but since we didn’t, the bells were a nice consolation prize.

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  3. Joy says:

    Love all of these, have been to Capri, Verona, Bologna, Orvieto and Siena…and my favorite is the one I actually climbed – Siena! It’s also where I lived.. A little biased…but all beautiful. I also like the towers I climbed in San Gimignano…but no clocks there…at least not where I climbed! Thanks for posting these, brings back lovely memories.

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  4. Thank you Joy! I like that you climbed the tower in Siena. I haven’t done that and I’m sure the view was spectacular.

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