Wells Cathedral with Clock

Wells Cathedral Clock (Wells, England)

Built between 1386 and 1392, the Wells Cathedral Clock is unique for its distinct two faces, one inside the cathedral, and one outside.  The two dramatically different faces were constructed roughly 70 years apart (the

The Gros-Horloge Clock in France

The Gros-Horloge (Rouen, France)

Between a Gothic cathedral made famous by the paintings of Claude Monet, and the old market square where Joan of Arc was burned at the stake, runs a small pedestrian street known as Rue du

Big Ben (London, England)

One of the most recognized landmarks in the world, Big Ben is actually not the name of a building but rather a bell, or rather a nickname for the Great Bell of the clock at