The answer to our Sunday Teaser was the Gare de Lyon train station featuring the historical clock tower, with details spanning the whole height.
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The answer to the Sunday Teaser – The historical clock tower of the Gare de Lyon train station in Paris.
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A view looking out over the Club Musique l’Improviste, showing the Pont Charles de Gaulle to the left and the Gare de Lyon clock tower in the background.
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Looking to the front of Gare de Lyon you can see the clock tower which is to the side of the entrance with its multiple clock faces.
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Looking away from the famous Gare de Lyon Clock Tower you can still see it while reflected in a building nearby with their large glass panels.
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The clock tower at Gare de Lyon is 64 metres tall, the ornate details sometimes being missed by the travellers who pass through the train station.
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This photo was taken looking down the road called Rue van Gogh, with the famous clock tower of the Gare de Lyon train station looming over the road as seen in this photo.
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This photo shows the La Conciergerie with the River Seine in front of it, giving a great view to the architecture of the building, as well as being able to see the various towers on the Conciergerie, including the clock tower on the left.
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The clock tower is only one of three which remain from the 1300’s yet it also holds a clock which can be dated back to the 1500’s, showing the tower has a lot more history than what meets the eye.
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