A few metres further on and you reach Piazza Plebiscito with the Clock Tower which since 1823 has stood opposite the Mother Church. The tower is one of the three bell-towers that can be seen at a distance from the town and is considered to be the symbol of the city of Noci. Indeed it has always had the job of marking out the time and regulating the life of the people of Noci. It is 30 metres high and divided into four sections, the last of which is made up of a balcony and a dome in neoclassical style, where there are two bells. On the facade on the front of the Mother Church, you can see a sundial from 18th century and a modern clock which replace the previous clock, which was set in motion and wound up from below by means of ropes.
Piazza Plebiscito, noci