This is a beautiful and unusual clock set on a bridge between two buildings. At 12 noon, a series of figures proceed, with mechanical efficiency, across the face.
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Blink and you will miss Hoher Market. We walked through what is left of the oldest square in Vienna every day without realising where we were until I looked up the the rather magnificant bronze and copper Anker Clock. Not surprisingly not that many tourist...More
This is a quite different and unusual clock. It is quite beautiful and historical figures tell the time and music is played at noon. Worth a look if you are in the area.
Centuries ago the Hoher Markt was one of the most important market areas of the city of Vienna. It is home to a large sculptured fountain commissioned by Emperor Leopold I and the Ankeruhr which is the famous gilded clock spanning an alleyway. Each hour...More
Not everyone sees this historical clock but if you find it its amazing. I am not saying that clocks are uncommon in Europe but this one doesn't work like others and seeing it animated is better than usual. Located 5 minutes towards the north of...More
This is located in the Hoher Market area and was built around 1911. It is a colorful clock that operates every hour and depicts some historical personalities.. Worth a look if you are in the area.