Deira Clocktower , initially alluded to as the Dubai Clocktower, is an indirect in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). The Clocktower is situated in eastern Dubai in Deira, at the convergence of Umm Hurrair Road and course D 89. Arranged in the region of Al Rigga, the Deira Clocktower, now a noticeable landmark in Deira, gives access to the Al Maktoum Bridge, the primary land crossing built amongst Deira and Bur Dubai.
Dubai Clocktower was composed by Architect Ziki Homsi, an accomplice at Architecture Design Construction (ADC) Office. Likewise ADC was the developer of the clocktower in 1965.
The Clocktower was raised as an image of Dubai and situated in Deira in light of the fact that significant courses into Dubai merged preceding the working of Dubai - Abu Dhabi Road.
The Deira Clock Tower can be come to by Dubai Metro. The closest metro station is Al-Rigga on Red Line. The zone around Deira clock tower is imperative economically, and incorporates the workplaces of real global aircrafts working in UAE.
The Telegraph daily paper recorded Dubai Clock Tower among the 17 most lovely clock towers far and wide.
History of Dubai's Clock Tower has never been plainly characterized. There are no open records such a large amount of Dubai's Clock Tower's history is assembled from individuals who were in Dubai in 1960s and knew the general population associated with the Clock Tower's outline and development. Their recollections of those circumstances and occasions frame the premise of this informal Clock Tower History. This History may change later on as and when more data ends up noticeably accessible.