A tower is a high structure, usually higher than wide, often with a considerable margin. Tours can be distinguished from the poles by their lack of Guy-son. Towers are generally built to take advantage of their height and can stand alone on earth, or as part of a larger structure or device such as a fortified building or as an integral part of a bridge, so the term refers to an elevated structure on a ship or other vehicle. See all pictures of tower.
The latter was built in Babylon during the second millennium BC, and was held in the highest tower of the ancient world. The ziggurat’s most famous Sumerian Ziggurat of Ur, built over 3 millennium BC, and Etemenanki, one of the most famous Babylonian architecture. Some of the first ziggurats were towers that existed in the architecture Sumerian as the 4 millennium BC. Oldest known to be a round tower, stone walls of Jericho Neolithic (8000 BC). Towers are used for humans since prehistoric times. See all pictures of tower.
Another familiar tower is the Leaning Tower in Pisa, Italy, built in 1173 1372nd Himalayan Towers are stone towers located mostly in Tibet, built around the 14th to 15 century. Tours was also an important element in the castles. Chinese used the towers as an integral part of the Great Wall of China in 210 BC under the Qin Dynasty. The Romans used octagonal towers as part of Diocletian’s Palace in Croatia, where the monument dates to around 300 AD, when the Servian Walls (4th century BC) and Aurelian Walls (3rd century e.Kr.) presented the square. For example, items found in the Watchtower Mogador from the first millennium BC, comes from the original Phoenician or Carthaginian. These and other Phoenician and Roman cultures emphasized the use of a tower in the fortifications and sentinel roles. Some of the earliest surviving examples are structures in the north of Scotland Broch, which are conical tower houses. See all pictures of tower.