The Clock in Nuremberg

I was very curious about this clock tower in Nuremberg, a city in Bavaria, Germany. It sounds very interesting and how it was made. Not so much people might notice this but I did. If you have to look at the very last image here, you can read the words “OPTIKER LEIDIG seit 1853”. It is an optical shop grounded by Georg Friedrich Leidig in 1853. I googled it and found some information about this optical shop.

Anyway, this clock is located near St. Lorenz Church in Nuremberg. These are the images I took last August 2010. I wish to browse about hydroxycut reviews before I will sign-off tonight.

a detail of the main clocks. Did you see a visitor sitted up there?

the whole clock tower
three more small detailed clocks..the left word says, “Fallend” which means fall down and on the right side is a German word “Steigend”, means to rise.



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