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"The Landmark of Pachuca"

The Monumental Clock of Pachuca is the symbolic clock tower of the city of Pachuca built in intervals from the year 1904 to 1910. The tower has an uncanny resemblance to the famous Big Ben of London and was built to celebrate 100 years of independence. Elegant sculptures on each side of the tower represent Reform, Liberty, Constitution and Independence. Beautifully lit up at night, the clock bells play Mexico's national anthem at 6 in the evening every day.
Plaza Independencia, Centro, Pachuca, Mexico, 42000
"The Landmark of Pachuca"
The Monumental Clock of Pachuca is the symbolic clock tower of the city of Pachuca built in intervals from the year 1904 to 1910. The tower has an uncanny resemblance to the famous Big Ben of London and was built to celebrate 100 years of independence. Elegant sculptures on each side of the tower represent Reform, Liberty, Constitution and Independence. Beautifully lit up at night, the clock bells play Mexico's national anthem at 6 in the evening every day.
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