Completed in 1911, the Emerson Bromo Seltzer tower was built by Captain Isaac Emerson. The 15-story structure, a replica of te Palazzo Vecchio tower in Florence, Italy, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Until 1936, a 51-foot replica of the famed blue bottle revolved on top of the building, illuminated by 596 lights. Today, a blue glow emenates from the tower's cupola and the structure's four clock faces are illuminated at all times, allowing passersby to see the Bromo Seltzer letters that mark the time.
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