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#10 of 225 Places To Visit in Lucknow
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Opposite, Husainabad Imambara, Near Rumi Darwaza, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, 226001, India
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+91-522-2307037
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30 minutes to 1 hour

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Designed by Roskell Payne, the Husainabad Clock Tower is one of the tallest clock towers in India. Located adjacent to the Rumi Darwaza, it is a fine example of English artistic brilliance. Made of gunmetal, this clock tower is an imposing structure in Lucknow that should definitely feature on your itinerary. The Victorian Gothic clock tower is over 67 meters high with a huge pendulum at a length of 14 feet. The dial of the clock if designed in the shape of a 12-petalled flower with bells around it. Passing through this gorgeous tower, you can’t help but marvel at this architectural wonder. Surrounding the clock tower is a lush green garden, which contrasts beautifully with this piece of architecture. Sit here to soak in the effervescent charm that the city offers and the beauty of Lucknow will be engraved in your memory forever.

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1 Husainabad Clock Tower review
Sai Venkat
Sai Venkat
“Great tourist potential but poorly maintained”
Jun 25 2014
The Clock Tower or 'Ghantaghar' as it is locally called is the tallest clock tower in India and right opposite the Chota Imambara in Hussainabad area of Lucknow. The 221-foot tall structure was erected by Nawab Nasir-ud-din Haider to mark the arrival ...... read more
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