This historic Wrocław water tower is situated in Borek, the district of Krzyki that is the southern borough of Wrocław, Poland. The water tower in Wrocław was designed by Karl Klimm, a reputed local architect.The tower is 63 meters (207 ft) high. It was equipped with an electric lift from the very beginning. From June 1906 the lift allowed people to reach an observation deck situated at a height of 42 meters (138 ft). In 1995 the building was converted to a stylish restaurant complex
Old Water Tower in Landskrona, Sweden lies at the highest point in the town and is a key local landmark. The attractive red brick building was designed by the architect Fredrik Sundbärg. It was completed in 1903. The water tower was in full operation by 1904, ensuring that Landskrona received a pressurised water supply for the the first time in its history. The Old Water Tower lies at the highest point in the town and is a key local landmark.
View 1 of 3 - 1950 - Eschenheimer Turm (Eschenheim Tower) was a city gate, part of the late-medieval fortifications of Frankfurt am Main, and is a landmark of the city. The tower, which was erected at the beginning of the fifteenth century, is at once the oldest and most unaltered building in the largely reconstructed Frankfurter Neustadt (new town), now better known as the Frankfurt-Innenstadt (city center).