The St. Mark Clock Tower is an early Renaissance building in Venice. It is located on the north side of St. Mark's Square, at the entrance of Merceria. It consists of a tower with a clock in the middle and lower buildings on both sides. It is adjacent to the eastern end of Procuratie Vecchie. The history of towers and clocks dates back to the end of the 15th century. Its bell can be seen from the lagoon waters, making everyone aware of Venice's wealth and glory. It's a beautiful clock. It's said that we didn't wait to see it when two Moors hit the bell at the top of the clock.
Inside St. Mark's Square, the ivory buildings are equipped with precious blue clocks. Every hour will tell the time. On the top, there are lions symbolizing Venice. They are very beautiful and distinctive. If you are not in a hurry, you can find a restaurant nearby to eat something or have a beer to enjoy the unique clock.
Reserve a visit to the top of the Bell Tower in advance. Italian, English and French are the choices, because the interior space is very small and only a few people are allowed to visit. The English tour takes place at 10:00 and 11:00 a.m., and you can walk to a platform overlooking Venice on two different levels. Standing next to the bronze statue of the high-level Moore.
One of my favorite landmarks in Venice, this clock tells not only the time, but the position of the sun within the Zodiac signs.
The clock tower is located in St. Mark's Square. On the left side of the main entrance of St. Mark's Cathedral, there is a beautiful building. Over the outer wall of the building, there is a clock tower with a unique design, which is blue in color. The clock tower will clock every hour.