The Tower of the Winds in Athens is an octagonal tower located on the outskirts of the Roman Agora and is one of the best preserved ancient structures in Athens. It was built around 100 BC. There is a water clock in the tower, and there is a sundial on each of the eight sides. The Tower of the Winds was one of the first Greek achievements to become famous in Western Europe and several times served as a model in construction in the 18th and 19th centuries.

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