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Rebuilding work is starting on a famous Norwich city centre landmark.
The clock tower on the Guildhall building by the market place needs to be rebuilt.
The iron pins that hold it all in place have started to rust which means some of the stonework has started to split.
It will be taken part and rebuilt to make it safe for hundreds of years.
Specialist builders have been brought in to do the work, and it should be finished by November.
The Guildhall is a listed building that was built in the 15th century and was the centre of government in the city until City Hall was built in 1938.