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Tower

A circular, square, or octagonal vertical structure higher than the surrounding structures that is usually part of an existing building and is created either for extra defense or for another specific purpose such as a clock tower or a bell tower. See also turret, campanile and minaret.

   
 
San Gimignano - Italy (13th c.)
   
Chanteloup Pagoda - Amboise - France (1775)
 
       
 
Plaza de España - Seville - Spain
 
Havana - Cuba
 
Woodstock
 
       
 
Powder Tower - Riga - Latvia (17th C)
 
St. Patrick's Tower - Dublin - Ireland
 
Chella - Rabat - Morocco 13th c.
 
       
 
Plaza de España - Seville - Spain
 
San Gimignano - Italy (13th c.)
 
Chanteloup Pagoda - Amboise - France (1775)