Dubrovnik Clock Tower (Gradski zvonik) is located in the center of Dubrovnik’s Old Town in Croatia. The bell tower is 31 meters high. The clock tower was originally built in 1444 and was damaged in the Dubrovnik earthquake in 1667. It began to tilt towards the Stradun in the early 19th century. It was demolished in 1928 and fully followed in 1929. The original design was rebuilt. It was damaged again in the Montenegro earthquake in 1979 and was restored in 1987-1988. The bronze bell was cast in 1506.
Dubrovnik Clock Tower, Croatia. Inside the old city gate, there is a square dam, which is lively. The clock tower should be a landmark, so tall, you can see it everywhere in the city during the day and night.
The clock tower is located at the end of Stratton Street. It is also located in the center of the ancient city. As one of the landmark buildings of the ancient city, it is also the commanding height of the ancient city. Along the gyro-shaped stairs, stepping on the shadow of the sun to climb the bell tower, overlooking the city, the scenery is magnificent. There are two identical little bronze figures cast on the top of the bell tower, and each hour will strike the bell with a small hammer to tell the time. The bells are bright and melodious, ringing throughout the city, and the pigeons circling leisurely over the ancient city with the ancient bells, as if telling visitors that they are also a member of the city and have not changed for hundreds of years.
This is a landmark building, the clock tower is very distinctive
Dubrovnik Clock Tower was built in 1444, and the clock tower is 31 meters high. There are two bronze bell ringers on it, and the local residents named them "Maro" and "Baro". The clock tower is a striking landmark of the old town. It is located on Luza Square and can be seen from several directions.