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The World Clock (German: Weltzeituhr), also known as the Urania World Clock (German: Urania-Weltzeituhr), is a large turret-style world clock located in the public square of Alexanderplatz in Mitte, Berlin. By reading the markings on its metal rotunda, the current time in 148 major cities from around the world can be determined. Since its erection in 1969, it has become a tourist attraction and meeting place. In July 2015, the German government declared the clock as a historically and culturally significant monument.
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It shows the time of different parts on our wonderful planet earth. It is a popular meeting place and hosts various street musicians. You should check this out if you are nearby. Take some pics and enjoy the atmosphere surrounding this place.
a unique piece of design thats very tipical berlin
￼ The Worldtime Clock, Weltzeithuhr, shows the time in different parts of the world. It is a popular meeting place, and features street musicians, as here. The trams pass right next to it.
The World Time Clock is one of the Alexanderplatz's most well-known features. It was constructed in 1969
Not very impressive. Visit only if you are already in Alexanderplatz
It fulfills it’s purpose and shows the world times but it should be revamped and some modern tech can be added for more to see :) In my childhood days this was a huge sight though :))
If you don't know what time it is, then this is the place to be, LOL!
I would just like to say that this pH scale is highly inaccurate. I mean who on Earth put pH 7 as orange? I used this as a reference tool for my garden soil and now my hydrangeas have turned a ghastly shade of mauve. Also another thing, I don't understand how the pH can change at difference times of the day and in different cities as well?? However, the clock does like quite appealing among it's context of the plaza. In conclusion, although the aesthetics are pleasing from a suitable distance, I do not appreciate the inaccuracies as they can lead to horticultural challenges for the local people.
Great thing to see, should be on everyones bucket list. Good photo opportunity. Very close to train and metro station so very easily accessible.
Most of the people will find this clock boring but it’s for me a very nice thing to see. Useful and design, what to expect more ?
World clock in a popular square that is loaded with shops, department store, transportation hub and the occasional street performer. It’s a popular meeting spot but the actual clock is not worth going out of your way to see. It’s nice if you are passing by but I would come here just to see the clock.
An excellent place to meet someone in Berlin due to it´s central location. Also a great location to take photos of the world clock contrasted with the