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Beautiful and charming

I loved wathing the clock at night. It was so beautiful and charming. The lights on the clock were... read more

Reviewed 22 December 2016
Neda N
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Behind the clock...

This clock is pretty interesting and it's the most common "meet point" in Ioannina city.But... read more

Reviewed 7 May 2018
ΑΝΑΣΤΑΣΙΑ Σ
via mobile
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Plateia Andrea Papandreou 5 | Averof, Ioannina 45221, Greece
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Reviewed 7 May 2018 via mobile

This clock is pretty interesting and it's the most common "meet point" in Ioannina city.But according my opinion most interesting and beautiful than this clock,is the hidden and not very known park behind it.Stunning view above the town and the lake.Peaceful,with big trees and full...More

Thank ΑΝΑΣΤΑΣΙΑ Σ
Reviewed 5 March 2018

You will be passing this clock on your way to the lake. Esp. during the night where you can see the lights.

Thank ConstantinosK1
Reviewed 4 January 2018 via mobile

This clock was built in dedication to an Ottoman sultan’s jubilee.You can still see the Ottoman imperial insignia on it. However from a sight vale perspective it’s not something really fascinating .

Thank Spiros T
Reviewed 28 December 2017

A walk in the center of Ioannina will give an idea about how the people live in this town . The city has a university thus you meet a lot of young people that give a live tone in town .

Thank n0tis
Reviewed 27 November 2017

This clock was constructed by Pericleus Melirritus. It was ordered by Osman Pasha, the governor of Epirus to celebrate the jubilee of Sultan, Abdul Hamit the Second. The clock is an alloy of three civilization (Greek, Turkish, Venetian) and for that reason is considered a...More

Thank ArcasTravelServices
Reviewed 9 September 2017 via mobile

It is a simple clock tower from the time of the Turkish occupation. It was a gift to the local ruler for his 30th coronation. It is a nice piece in the park that displays various monuments to the Greek people. Also a good meeting...More

Thank Pfasma
Reviewed 1 July 2017

The clock tower may be iconic but it is clearly nothing special. You would not come to Ioannina just to see it and if you missed it you would not have missed much.

1  Thank NomadicTraveller7
Reviewed 10 January 2017 via mobile

As a clock tower, there is little to say about it - a regular clock tower, with some touches: a bell on top and inscriptions in arab script. The thing is: visible from the main road right in the town center, the clock is both...More

1  Thank R_TheReader
Reviewed 22 December 2016 via mobile

I loved wathing the clock at night. It was so beautiful and charming. The lights on the clock were so nice.

1  Thank Neda N
Reviewed 31 October 2016

Certainly an unusual piece of local culture, quite unique in its feature. It accompanies local life since it is located in the centre of downtown and it stands relatively high.

1  Thank Alessandro C
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