Brezno flat with charming views is an attraction that is not for sale

The renovated city tower a big Horehronie region attraction.

A guard's flat up in the Brezno bell tower.A guard's flat up in the Brezno bell tower. (Source: Marcela Ballová)

The top floor of the classicist city tower, which has been the central dominating structure of the Brezno's historical centre for almost two centuries, is a great attraction for visitors.

But they have to climb 5 steep stairs and then 93 stairs if they want to see the bell tower and bell ringer, take a peek into the flat, and listen to the sounds that complete the atmosphere of this place, hidden from the public eye for years.

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It's worth it. Not only is the abode complete with life-size bell ringer and bell ringer mannequins, but the views are mesmerising.

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