Tom Tower is actually a bell tower, located at the main entrance of the Christian Church College of Oxford University. It is named after a 7-ton Big Tom Bell in the tower. It is said that the Big Tom Bell is the loudest bell among the many big bells at Oxford University. Every night at 9:05, the bell strikes 101 times in succession to commemorate the earliest 101 students in the college. I couldn't hear the bell because it was too late.
Named after the internal clock, it has a history of more than 330 years and is said to ring at night.
Tom Tower is a bell tower and the loudest bell of Oxford University.