The Clock Tower Museum in Makkah is now open to visitors

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The clock tower museum in Makkah has been opened to visitors to make a journey of faith through the universe starting from the beginning of Ramadan on May 6.

The museum occupies the top four floors of the clock tower in Makkah. One of the floors is dedicated to the sun & the moon, another to time measurement & the third to the giant clock itself while the fourth is a balcony where the visitors can enjoy a panoramic view of the Grand Mosque.

The non-profit Misk Foundation establ ished by Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, deputy premier and minister of defense, is operating the museum.

The museum was designed to take the visitors on a tour of the universe, which will tell them how people used to measure the time in olden days. They used the sun, the moon and the galaxies for the purpose.

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The visitors will come to know the methods people in ancient times used to measure time through the use of the universe’s two clocks the sun and the moon.

They will also be able to see the largest clock in the world, which is considered a miracle in watch making.

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