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    Rostock Water Tower, Germany, found via The World Geography - "Here stand since 1903 a water tower made of bricks in pattern style with seven stepped gables and blind windows, all rest on a base of granite. It is 60 meter (197 ft) high building, with a diameter of 18 meters (59 ft) in the base."

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