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Originally a gateway that separated the two different parts of the town, the tower was originally built in the 12th century but demolished by the French in 1676 and subsequently rebuilt with the clock. It also has another name of the Middle Tower, so don't...More
This clock tower sits off the main square off corso umberto. There is a lot of history to this and it does seem like a meeting point for the locals. Many restaurants around where you can sit and people watch.
The 12-th century tower was the entrance to Taormina’s oldest district, Borgo Medievale. It is situated in the central part of Corso Umberto, next to the Piazza IX Aprile. It was built on the remains of an old defensive building from the 4th century BC...More
The beautiful village of Taormina does not feature many landmark buildings. However, the Torre dell'Orologio is one structure which could definitely be described as a landmark structure.
While walking through the village, we came across this impressive medieval clock tower. It stood out from the...More
Nice medieval clock tower near the Piazza IX Aprile. As backdrop it gives the square some character. It looks beautiful at night when it has the square illumination shining on it. It's arch serves as a walkthrough for pedestrians to walk along the main street...More
Its a clock tower. Not much more than that. Perhaps do some research on the history if you would like more info. Its in a beautiful square. If you walk around Taormina, you will definitely pass it. Not sure if you can go inside, we...More