Take a tour of Rhine Tower in Düsseldorf, Germany – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
The Rhine Tower in Dusseldorf, Germany was in fact recently constructed in the 1970’s and 1980’s.
Along the shaft of the tower is a vertical series of lights which act as the world’s largest digital clock.
The towers primary function is the aerial transmissions it sends via FM radio, Television, and directional radio.
The top of the tower is encased with tilted glass windows, allowing visitors to take in the entirety of the surrounding cityscape.
At a staggering height of 234 meters, this tower stands as the tallest construction in all of Dusseldorf
The tower rotates 360 degrees every hour, for half the day it rotates one way and then changes direction for the remainder of the day.