It was in front of the tower that adorns the face of Kastamonu and making calls to the city with rhythmic strokes in every hour. Most of the buildings that she has visited in the center could be seen bird’s eye view from here. Located behind the Historic Government Mansion, the Clock Tower adorned the Sarayüstü Hill commanding to the landscape of Kastamonu. The Clock Tower was entering the frame while observing around in the Republic Square, watching the city at the peak of the castle, listening the sound of water on the Nasrullah Bridge, completed the city like the last strawberry placed on a cake. A “Brunberger Fr. S / Starasburg 1885” signed clock was placed to the 13-meter-high tower built by Governor Abdurrahman Pasha during the reign of Sultan Abdülhamit II. When you close your eyes and listen to Kastamonu, you will understand that the chief choir is the Clock Tower.