Strasbourg astronomical clock, France

Strasbourg astronomical clock, France

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Caption: Strasbourg astronomical clock. Close-up of the lower portion of the Strasbourg astronomical clock inside the Notre-Dame cathedral, Strasbourg, Alsace, France. This clock has a planetary dial and displays the positions of the Sun and Moon and tracks solar and lunar eclipses. The original clock was built in the 14th century.. The current, third clock dates from 1843.

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