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Here’s What You May Not Know About Malaysia’s ‘Leaning Tower Of Pisa’

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It was also a beacon to guide ships into Teluk Intan Port. During the Japanese occupation of Malaya in 1941, the Japanese used it as a watch tower.

After Malaysia’s Independence in 1957, the tower became an official national monument, and no longer stores water. Today, the clock still chimes at 15-minute intervals. 



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