Top Reasons to Live in Rome, Georgia

  • It has its own city clock tower! Considered one of the oldest landmarks in the city, the clock tower stands at 104 feet tall and has a bronze bell 40 inches wide. Originally built in 1871 as a water tank that could hold 250,000 gallons of water to serve the community, the clock tower is easily recognizable from anywhere in the downtown Rome area.

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