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A walk along the Malecon on just keeps on giving. The Torre Morisca is a Moorish Clock tower built in the 1930’s to house the first public clock, purchased from Europe in 1842, original located a top of the Colonial City Hall.
Not sure what this tower is or what its significance is, but it is a romantic highlight on the Malecon 2000 and something that will make you stop and what to know more about it. I don't think you can go in, but it might...More
This is a relatively small tower that you'll find on the esplanade of Malecon, slightly obscured by trees. At night, it's beautifully lit and even in the daytime, is worth seeking out as a good spot for some nice photos.
This free attraction is located at Malecón. You are able to climb to the top and see the workings of this old clock tower as well as get some good views. You must visit this and Malecón while in Guayaquil!
As you walk along the Malecon, you will come to this clock tower that has a long history. I first saw it in 1974 and it hasn't changed much, except that the clock has now been fixed so the time is now accurate more than...More