Torre dell'Orologio di Murano, Murano

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  • This tall bell tower is part of the “Santa Maria e San Donato” church, the main church on the island, located in Campo Santo Stefano, the central square in Murano  more »
  • A striking clock tower that looks over the main square of Murano. Certainly an icon for this island. Sadly no access to the top.  more »
  • While we didn't go to the top of the tower (wished we had known you could) we enjoyed the piazza below and the glass tree. Beautiful clock tower! Beautiful tall glass tree!  more »
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  • Nice place with an incredible glass art
  • I guess the glass sculpture here is being changed occasionally. Good panaromic place
  • Discover the island of Murano with its world famous glass production and ... just when you least expect it you see the clock tower in Campo Santo Stefano with a beautiful work of art made of glass, the comet. The "torricella" would be built on the foundations of the ancient Bell Tower of the Church of San Stefano and finalized on 21 August 1890. The clock was installed on 7 January 1891. The style "medievalizzante" della torre (non grata at all at the time of its erection to be "little Venice") seems to be inspired by the embattled of Palazzo Vecchio in Florence, and that of Eats, in Siena. But precisely this peculiarity characterizes it and makes it immediately recognizable, moreover, has become a reference point for even more unique glass work that was placed at the base. Obviously if you are around the island is worth a visit and why not a photo!
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  • Discover the island of Murano with its world famous glass production and ... just when you least expect it you see the clock tower in Campo Santo Stefano with a beautiful work of art made of glass, the comet. The "torricella" would be built on the foundations of the ancient Bell Tower of the Church of San Stefano and finalized on 21 August 1890. The clock was installed on 7 January 1891. The style "medievalizzante" della torre (non grata at all at the time of its erection to be "little Venice") seems to be inspired by the embattled of Palazzo Vecchio in Florence, and that of Eats, in Siena. But precisely this peculiarity characterizes it and makes it immediately recognizable, moreover, has become a reference point for even more unique glass work that was placed at the base. Obviously if you are around the island is worth a visit and why not a photo!
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  • Many beautiful surprises in Venice
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