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The pressure tower at Slowianski Square in Malbork was built in 1905 together with the establishment of the Neoghotic water supply system in the town. The tower was built of bricks, on a high eight-sided stone base. Cylindrical tower divided on the base sides with narrow pilasters. Three-story internal part; clear span stories with the remaining and working water tank and circular staircase. The tower was covered with a high, eight-sided roof with a flag with the date 1905 engraved in it. It has a clock with an interesting mechanism. The building of the pressure tower at 15 Slowianski Square is an example of very interesting Neoghotic architecture and a still functioning monument of technique.

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Additional Photos by Aleksander Gruszecki (Graal) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 9443 W: 257 N: 3084] (103038)
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