Top 17 Places to visit in Lucknow

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Best things to do in Lucknow and sightseeing in Lucknow

A foodie lover's delight, a history buff's dream, an explorer's muse – Lucknow has a little something for everyone. This city of Nawabs is not only fun to explore, but offers you an unforgettable experience. Though one is mostly aware of the must visit spots here, here's a short list lest you miss out on something. Bara Imambara, Jama Masjid Chotta Imambara, Aminabad and Lucknow Zoo should definitely be a part of your itinerary. For those of you who tend to get bored with long historical tours, do visit these heritage monuments simply for their architectural brilliance (and also for their perfect photographic backdrops!) There are also tons of restaurants for foodies to visit including Moti Mahal and local Tundey Kebab outlets. If you are feeling adventurous, do visit the Kukrail Forest Reserve, which offers visitors a tryst with crocodiles and turtles. The reserve makes an effort to protect these animals and it's great to see this initiative. The Kukrail Forest is also a great picnic spot so do make arrangements incase you want to carry food. Clock tower, Hussainabad Photo Gallery, Tomb of Saadat Ali Khan are some of the lesser visited places and if you have time on your hands, these should definitely be visited.

Hazratganj - Lucknow

This is a very famous market place which has been existing since the times of the Mughal rulers. This market arena is situated in the heart of the beautiful city of Agra. Here you not only get shops but also shopping complexes, restaurants, hotels, offices and so much more. You can take this as the main shopping district when you are in Agra and you can simply get everything you want out here. Starting from sweet shops to the most modern clothings and accessories, you will get everything here.
Hazratganj is the center of the city of Lucknow. It is a bustling market place which, in addition to the traditional bazaars, now also includes shopping complexes, hotels, restaurants, and cinema halls. In the early nineteenth century, the first Nawab of Awadh thought of building Hazratganj as a market space. Since then, this area has seen several transformations, in terms of its appearance, and wares sold. But we are happy to note that Lucknow still sells the best Chikan in the country. So while in Hazratganj, make sure you add Chikan to your wardrobe. Photos sourced from Tripoto
Sarbajaya Bhattacharya

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Hazratganj is a marketplace. One can find one of the most branded stores here. There is small lane from Haratganj which goes to Janpath market. Hazratganj and Janpath markets are very costly for shopping. Other places to shop are Sharaganj, Gomtibazaar and Chowk.
Sneha

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The place to shop and eat in Lucknow. The Victorian lights add a good ambiance to the place. Perfect place to unwind and pass time in the heart of the city.
Damini Aggarwal

254 Followers, 97 Reviews


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Bhool Bhulaiyaa - Lucknow

A part of the Bada Imambara or the Asafi Imambada, this is a labyrinth structure inside this monument. The Bada Imambada was built by Asaf- ud- Daulah, the Nawab of Awadh. An imambada is a shrine structure which is usually built by the Shia Muslims for the Azadari purpose. This labyrinth structure was made mainly to confuse enemies if they ever tried to attack the devotees during the time of their prayer.
It is also know as Bara Imambara. There are 1000 doors in which 500 doors are act as dummy that's why it is termed as BHOOL BHULAIYAA also.. really a great architecture.
Nandan Priyadarshi

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Bhool Bhulaiyaa is Lucknow's star. It is the centerpiece of Lucknow's tourist destinations. Housed inside the Bara Imambara, it overshadows everything else that the place contains. The Bhool Bhulaiyaa is basically a maze. A really, really complicated maze. The lanes are narrow, the ceiling low, light sparse, or, in some instances, none at all. It would be unfair to reveal too much about the Bhool Bhulaiyaa, it is an experience that should take every visitor by surprise! Photos sourced from Tripoto
Sarbajaya Bhattacharya

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Bhool Bhulaiya is a labyrinth of hundreds of narrow stairway passages, some of which have dead-ends, some end at precipitous drops while others lead to entrance or exit points. One should always take a Guide to explore Bhool Bhulaiya. The Bhool Bhulaiya was constructed to confuse any enemy intruder. The narrow lanes of the labyrinth can make anyone feel lost. The king and other few only knew the way out.
Sneha

220 Followers, 19 Reviews


Best time to visit
8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Things to do
history tours
Open Hours
6:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Budget
For 2 adults- INR 35, Foreigners (per person)- INR 300

Chowk - Lucknow

Chowk is the one of the oldest markets in the state of Uttar Pradesh with around 5000 shops in it. The Chowk is also called as the godown full of historical heritage of Lucknow. The market is a modern business centre but it still retains a blend of Nawabi glamour in it. The market is very famous for chikan clothes and ornaments. The handicrafts items available in this market make it quite popular. People in this area are mostly involved in making ornaments and handicrafts made through carving of ivory and bones. Nagra shoes and Jardoji clothes are the main attractions in this market. This market also has many food stalls which serve delicious food such as Kabab Paratha, Biriyani and few milk products. The most reputable fast food stall in the Chowk are "Ram Asraya" & "Radhey Lal Sweets", they are also one of the oldest establishments in this area.
Old Lucknow, where the famous paradise for non-vegetarians, Tunday Kebabi is situated. Shop for Chikankari at low prices here.
Damini Aggarwal

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Chowk area, the food capital of Lucknow, brought out the glutton in us with a variety of taste-bud tickling ‘Avadhi’ cuisine – from Idrees’ Gosht Pulao to Raheem’s Nihari-Gilafi Kulcha; from Tundey kabaab to Mubeen’s Pasande; from Shukla golgappas and chaat to Shaid’s fish tikkas. And then, there was always a paan for every occasion.
Ajay

115 Followers, 9 Reviews


Another foodie's heaven is Chowk, which boasts a of equally long line up of mouth watering delicacies. The famous Tunde Kababs originated here.
Mohua Mandal

108 Followers, 4 Reviews


Best time to visit
Diwali
Things to do
Delicious Food, Heritage buildings
Open Hours
11:00 AM - 10:30 PM
Budget
Free

Rumi Darwaza - Lucknow

Once the gateway of Lucknow, this beautoful monument was commissioned by Nawab Asaf- ud- Daulah under the program of 'food for work' when the city population was facing famine conditions. The gateway is not only famous in India but also all over the world. The British also called it the Turkish Gateway since the model was inspired from some monument in the then region of Constatinopole or modern day Istanbul. The Rumi Darwaza is on the north western portion of the Bada Imambada which was also commissioned by Nawab Asaf- ud- Daulah. The monument was built in the year 184 and was once surrounded by immense natural beauty. The name Rumi Darwaza was given after the word Rumi which is a Persian word meaning Rome. This is because the gateway is modelled after a gateway in Constantinopole which was once the capital of the Eastern Roman Kingdom which was later vanquished by the Turkish rulers.
It is called the signature building of Lucknow. It is also called Turkish Gate. Since it was made by workers from Rome, hence the name Roomi Gate.
Sneha

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Built by Nawab Asif-ud-daula during the years 1784-1786, Rumi Darwaza is no less than an ornament on the streets of Lucknow. Adjacent to the Bada Imambada stands a 62 feet grand gateway built in Indo-Roman architectural style. This entranceway is so immense that it seems to be multi-storeyed from a distance. Rumi Darwaza is said to be a replica of an archway in Constantinople and is therefore, referred to as Turkish gateway. This gate further has three arched-ways on one side and a huge single arched-way on the other. A huge cupola or chhatri crowns the structure. Two slender towers are present on either sides of the gateway. According to the great historian of Awadh, Mr. Roshan Taqui, “The spikes atop the multiple arches of the gateway signify the rising sun and the design of large petals of Lotus which according to Hindu mythology brings good fortune is used to adorn the imposing gateway.” The architectural feature that amazes its visitors is that no wood or iron was used in its construction. Moreover, this structure gives different looks when viewed from different directions. The design of this magnificent gateway was so biasing that many of the structures of those times like Jama Masjid (Lucknow), Hussainabad Imambada, Nadwat-ul-ulama and Salar Masood Ghazi’s tomb have the same design reproduced in the form of their entranceways. It was Nawab Asif-ud-daula who had got the complex of Bada Imambada (which also comprises Rumi Darwaza) built during the years 1784-1794, in order to provide food and work to the famine-stricken people of Awadh. The design of this structure was drafted by Kifayat-ullah. And with this initiative, Nawab succeeded in providing work to about 22,000 people at a time. It is said that during the daytime ordinary people used to build up this edifice while noblemen, who did not wanted to be recognised as labourers during daylight were called after the sunset to demolish the structures raised. It took them 10 years to build Bada Imambara complex and the estimated cost of the construction of this immense edifice came to Rs. 1 crore, which was a huge amount back then.
Shiva Rajvanshi

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It's a 60 feet high gate constructed under Asaf-ud-Daula in 1786. It is one of the architectural wonders of that era.
Nancy Nance

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gateway
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Free

Royal Cafe - Lucknow

The Royal Café - Royal Inn is one of the best multicuisine family restaurants in Hazratganj, Lucknow. From starters to desserts, you will love each and every single item served by them. Everything is prepared fresh, so that you can get the original taste of the food. All of our dishes are prepared by our chefs ith the best quality ingredients and spices, which will surely give you the best experience. The ambience of the place is perfect for a small family hangout. Pizzas, momos and burgers are very famous in this restaurant. One can even organize wide range of events, parties and get together here. This place promises to give you memories which will be cherishes forever in your heart. From corporate events, birthdays, weddings or New Year parties, anything can be organized quite royally here. The Royal Café is also present in different locations in Lucknow like Hazratgunj, Shanajaf Road, Gomti nagar and Saharagunj Mall.
Located in Hazratganj, it's famous for 'Basket Chaat'. Other food items on the menu include Aloo Tikki, Gol Gappe (in mineral water), Matar Kulcha etc. A must visit for everyone.
Damini Aggarwal

254 Followers, 97 Reviews


Royal Café : This place is a full fledged multi cuisine restaurant. But Royal Café is famous for the chaats; topping the list is the Tokri chaat. This one is very interesting. The whole chaat is served inside a tokri which is edible too. The chaat counter is outside the actual restaurant. Tip : Avoid the restaurant and eat with the crowd outside. There we met the steward named John Bell. As he was moving with a smile from one customer to the other serving orders, clearing the dishes; we got talking with him. He said his grand father had come from Germany and his name was Arnel Bell. Arnel fell in love with an Indian lady in Lucknow and stayed back. John has been with Royal Café since last 9 years. Educated at La Martinere school, this father of a daughter and a son said he loves Lucknow and happy in his place. It was fun watching him work there, smiling and with a twinkle in his eyes.
Mayuri R

293 Followers, 6 Reviews


Best time to visit
Diwali
Things to do
Biriyani, Pizza, Momo
Open Hours
11 AM to 11 PM
Budget
Rs. 1000 for two people

British Residency - Lucknow

This is cluster of buildings in Lucknow which were built by and during the time of Nawab Saadat Ali Khan, the ruler of Lucknow during 1800 AD. These were buildings erected to serve as the residences of the British Officials of the East India Company who were posted over here. This is also an important site of the freedom fight of India. Once there was a dangerous seige and a firing which claimed innumerable number of lives and witnessed the revengeful victory of the British generals. Later during a canon fire, this cluster of old buildings got destroyed majorly and still remain that way in spite of being a Heritage Site.
A historical landmark that takes you back to the Revolt of 1857. The walls still have marks of canon ball. Graves of British soldiers are also located in the complex. The museum in the Residency is like a picture gallery. The green lawns add beauty to it.
Damini Aggarwal

254 Followers, 97 Reviews


It used to be a complex of buildings for British residents during 1700-1800. The place is a mesmerizing place of history. Many events took place here during the fight for Independence in 1857. The museum depicts the history of treatment of Indians by Britishers during those events.
Nancy Nance

685 Followers, 187 Reviews


Best time to visit
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Things to do
history tours
Open Hours
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Mondays Closed
Budget
Indians- INR 10, Foreigners- INR 100

The Residency - Lucknow

This is a group of very old buildings which were later declared as a National Heritage Site. These buildings were made by Nawab Sadat-ud-Daulah to serve as houses for the generals of the British East India Company who were posted in Lucknow during the 1800 AD. This place also has great significance in the history of India's freedom struggle. The tragic seige that took place here lasted for a couple of days and ebded the lives of countless number of people after it had ended. This marked the first formal victory of the British over the Indians.
The British Residency was the place that served as a refuge for approximately 3000 British inhabitants during the time of the uprising of 1857. Lucknow was center of all British activities during the siege and the Residency became the monopolistic center of the British for almost 90 days.
Nandan Priyadarshi

412 Followers, 42 Reviews


The Residency, today, bears testimony to the event known as the Siege of Lucknow which took place in 1857. The walls still bear the marks of cannon balls and bullets. The Residency now has a museum and hosts a light and sound show in the evenings. Photos sourced from Tripoto
Sarbajaya Bhattacharya

920 Followers, 24 Reviews


Best time to visit
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Things to do
history tours
Open Hours
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Mondays Closed
Budget
Indians- INR 10, Foreigners- INR 100

Chota Imambara - Lucknow

The landmark of Lucknow, it is also known as the Hussainabad Imambara since it was the office of the Hussainabad Trust, the previous owners of the city. This is located in the Old City Area. The monument was built in the 19th century under the 'food for work' scheme which was commissioned by Nawab Muhammad Ali Shah when the region witnessed a very serous famine. The beautoful white monument is built in the Charbagh style with a stream flowing along the middle of the garden. The architecture is Indo- Islamic though a lot of Persian influemce can also be seen. There are a lot of Islamic callicraphy carvings done inside this Imambara. This was the mausoleum of the nawab and a number of members of his family.
Chhota Imambara also called the Hussainabad Imambara. This monument was built by Nawab Muhammad Ali Shah, the third Nawab of Avadh. The chandeliers inside Chota Imambara were brought from Belgium.
Sneha

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Another congregation complex of the Shia Muslim sect, The Chota Imambara was built in 1838 by Nawab Muhammad Shah Ali. The complex also serves as the tomb for the Nawab who is buried there alongside his mother.
Shiva Rajvanshi

540 Followers, 11 Reviews


Best time to visit
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Things to do
history tours
Open Hours
6:00 AM - 5:00 AM
Budget
Indians- INR 25, foreigners- INR 300

Sheesh Mahal - Lucknow

Presently known as the Turkish Bath, it was not at all built for the purpose of being a Hammam. It was built by Emperor Shah Jahan as a Summer Palace which in English literally means the Glass Palace. This kind of mirror designing as a form of Byzantine art and the glass to make thgis palace was completely imported from Haleb in Turkey. The floors of this palace are made completely in marble and this is one of the remaining most beautiful parts of the Agra Fort. This is also the place where the emperor used to hold his extremely personal meetings in which only selected people were allowed to enter. There are mirror works on the walls, ceilings, windows and other places which look beautiful if candles are lighted inside. The stucco relief base with the mirrors in geometric, floral and other patterns look extremely beautiful.
We spent an evening with Nawaab Jafar Mir Abdullah. His residence, Sheesh Mahal, has a priceless collection of antiques, heritage and some cherished captured moments.
Ajay

115 Followers, 9 Reviews


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Free

La Martiniere College - Lucknow

This is a very old college in the city of Lucknow which was established by the British during the British Ra in India. This is till now an extremely notable educational institution and a pride for the modern society parents. They have successfully maintained the glamour and grandeur of this college which is now divided into schools and boasts of have trained many a prominent personalities. You are allowed to enter the school boundaries for the tours but whatever the guide tells you is all true even i some things sound exaggerated about this school. They also have horse riding and other such activities as a part of school activities which is not much seen in Indian schools.
Our meanderings also took us to La Martiniere College. This magnificent institution’s centrepiece is ‘Constantia’ which was a palace earlier. This imposing building has statues of 2 lions flanking its edifice, and it faces the ‘Laat’ – a fluted column that was once in the middle of a lake.
Ajay

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educational institutions
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Aminabad - Lucknow

Aminabad is a market place in the heart of Lucknow and it is often called the 'Chandni Chowk of Lucknow'. This market has been in existence since the time of the Awadhi Nawabs and is still as popular and even more. You must have heard about the Lucknow Chikan work and embroideries which is famous all over the world. This is what you find at its best here. Starting from clothing fabrics to linen you will find all the authentic stuff here. You also get a lot of food outlets selling traditional sweets and snacks out here. Over all if you want to do a lot of budget shopping and are not at all brand concious this is the perfect place to visit in Lucknow.
Who can return from Lucknow without a good stock of chikankari material and jutis? S brings back beautiful kurtis and salwar kamiz for me almost every single trip, so much so that my wardrobe is heavily tilted towards wearing other dresses v/s the chikenkari ones :). But my love for these never end. The intricate handiwork makes each piece special. And the jutis hold their own pride amongst the various other versions available across the country. Best places to shop varies on your budget. I had picked an awesome pair of jutis at a bargain at Aminabad market. Then there is Chowk and Hazratganj, where you are spoilt with choice on the variety.
Mohua Mandal

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Ambedkar Memorial - Lucknow

Also known as the Mayawati Park, this is a memorial built over many acres of land. The memorial is larger than many other important ones and was commissioned by the es- Chief Minister Mayawati. She erected this as a mark of honour to the former of our constitution Dr. B.R. Ambedkar or Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar. This memorial is actually dedicated to all those brave heroes who struggled and even laid their lives to bring freedom for our country.
Spread across an area of 107 acres of land, the modern architectural monument is dedicated to Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. The entire monument is built in red sandstone which was brought from the areas of Rajasthan. The park is located in Gomti Nagar which is one of the most posh localities of Lucknow. The well maintained lawns, various columns and a canal that surrounds the vicinity make it a well frequented tourist attraction.
Shiva Rajvanshi

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Royal Cafe - Royal Inn - Lucknow

The Royal Café - Royal Inn is one of the best multicuisine family restaurants in Hazratganj, Lucknow. From starters to desserts, you will love each and every single item served by them. Everything is prepared fresh, so that you can get the original taste of the food. All of our dishes are prepared by our chefs ith the best quality ingredients and spices, which will surely give you the best experience. The ambience of the place is perfect for a small family hangout. Pizzas, momos and burgers are very famous in this restaurant. One can even organize wide range of events, parties and get together here. This place promises to give you memories which will be cherishes forever in your heart. From corporate events, birthdays, weddings or New Year parties, anything can be organized quite royally here. The Royal Café is also present in different locations in Lucknow like Hazratgunj, Shanajaf Road, Gomti nagar and Saharagunj Mall.
We had heard about it and were intrigued; so, we decided to go for the ‘Katori Chaat’ (basket chaat) at the Royal Café. The place also offers the crushed ice candy in a popular flavour – ‘Kaala Khatta’.
Ajay

115 Followers, 9 Reviews


Best time to visit
Diwali
Things to do
Biriyani, Pizza, Momo
Open Hours
11 AM to 11 PM
Budget
Rs. 1000 for two people

Bada Imambara - Lucknow

Bada Imambara was built by 4th Nawab of Awadh- Nawab Asaf-Ud-Dowhala.
History: Bada Imambara was built by 4th Nawab of Awadh- Nawab Asaf-Ud-Dowhala. It took 14 years to complete the construction. This great structure was started with a noble cause. During 18th century a devastating famine struck the Awadh Estate, the Nawab thought of a plan to provide food for its starving subjects. He decided to make magnificent buildings which would in turn provide employment to the people of the state. Thus the idea of Food- for- work was implemented. This basic concept is still prevalent in India and poor are always benefited of such schemes whenever sponsored by government. Architecture: The whole building is made of Lakhanui bricks (small size bricks) and lime plaster. No wood or metal has been used in the construction. It is said that this is the only building of the world without any pillar support though it is largest one. Structure: One can find the famous Bhul Bhulaiya. It is a network of more than 1,000 passages, 400-500 identical doorways and a number of staircases that goes up or down. Some of the doorways open into the balconies of the Central vault, while some open into the windows where from you can see the main road.
Sneha

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Husainabad Clock Tower - Lucknow

Ghanta Ghar, Hussainabad is the tallest clock tower in India. It is 221 feet (67 metres) high free-standing clock tower situated in the core of the old city of Lucknow. The wheel of the clock is said to be larger than that of London’s Big Ben. Between Bara Imambara and Chota Imambara, this impressive clock tower stands amidst a green field with all its elegance. It was designed by Roskell Payne. The architectural style of this edifice has influence of Victorian-Gothic design. This square tower is made up of red bricks and has four clock faces. Each clock face has a 12 petalled flower shaped dial, where these petals signify the hours. “The spare parts of these clocks are made up of gun metal and were imported from Ludgate Hill, London”, states Mr. Roshan Taqui, a prominent historian of Awadh. The gigantic clock’s design, concept and creation was done by James William Benson, the famous clock maker of England. At the zenith of the tower, can be seen a wind-vane, in the form of birdlike structure which is mounted over a small shiny dome. This edifice is a fine example of British architectural skills. The majestic Ghanta Ghar was erected in the late 19th century (1882-1887), by the Hussainabad Endowment in honor of the first Lieutenant Governor of the United Province of Awadh and the North Western Province, Sir George Couper, during whose administration and under whose endorsement did the management reform and improve. The total cost of construction came to Rs. 1.75 lakhs approximately, which was quite a luxurious amount in those days. The gongs of the clock give a different musical chime for every time it rings. The top view of the entire Hussainabad area still encircles the area’s old charm and it looks flawlessly beautiful when seen from the tower !
Shiva Rajvanshi

540 Followers, 11 Reviews


The picture gallery located in Husainabad, Lucknow. Built by the third Nawab of Awadh, in 1838 and was used as a summer house and now it displays the portraits of the Nawabs of Awadh.
One can notice a most amazing feature of the paintings, or the guide will tell you, that the shoes, heads, eyes of the picture moves with you when you move from right to left or left to right. From picture gallery you can see the Clock Tower. Clock Tower is a 67 Meter high gothic tower -probably it has the largest clock in India.
Sneha

220 Followers, 19 Reviews


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Husainabad - Lucknow

Husainabad is a beautiful city famous for the Clock Tower and is located in Lucknow near Rumi Darwaza, which was built by Nawab Nasir-ud-din Haider to mark the moment of arrival of the 1st Lieutenant Governor of United Province of Avadh named Sir George Couper. This Clock Tower is said to be the tallest clock tower in India. The tower is 67 metres tall and has been designed by Roskell Payne. The parts of the clock were build with Gun Metal. The pendulum of the clock has a length of 14 feet which is also the longest in India. The dial of the huge clock has been shaped like twelve petalled flower surrounded by bells. The design of the clock tower in Husainabad reflects a combination of two styles, Victorian and Gothic. This is the perfect example of artistic brilliance and should definitely feature on your itinerary.
Visit the Clock Tower In Hussainabad.
Mohua Mandal

108 Followers, 4 Reviews


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The Clock tower
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