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Germany's Halle Water Tower

Germany's Halle Water Tower


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Halle, located in the state of Saxony Anhalt, Germany, is a historically significant water tower. Built between 1897 and 1899, it is approximately 54 meters high and has a capacity of 1500 cubic meters. Its bottom is composed of red porphyry, while the tower body is built with yellow bricks. Although it is now a water tower that is no longer in use, it has become an iconic building and tourist attraction in the city of Halle. Witnessing the history of industrialization and urban development in the region, it is now an excellent place for local residents and tourists to enjoy the urban scenery.