The Daniels & Fisher Tower was the pinnacle pride of a department store of the same name when it was built in 1911. Architect Frederick Sterner patterned his design after St. Mark’s Campanile in Venice, Italy. The store was torn down in 1971. However, this elegant, four-face clock tower was spared and is listed by the U. S. National Register of Historic Places. You will see this landmark as you stroll along the 16th Street Mall. This pedestrian-only shopping mecca is lined with retailers, restaurants, cafes and bars. Of course, it is one-mile long.