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Links to other pages of interest on sundials or related subjects

We would like to include links to any other sites of interest you know about. If they are your own site, we would ask you to put in a reciprocal link as described on our links page.
  • Franz Maes sundial site has pictures of lots of lovely sundials in the Netherlands and around the world
  • Time Zone Master is a new (and free) programme of great interest to everyone interested in sundials - and to a much wider public. For sunddiallers, it gives you clock time (corrected for daylight saving), the equation of time, the longitude correction, and local apparent time (solar time/sundials time) for locations all over the world. And you can select any date past or future for this information. It also gives a wide range of astronomical information about the sun, the moon and its phases, and the equinoxes and solstices. This programme is a must!
  • Relojes de Sol is a large site in Spanish by Paquita Vecina Romero. It has extensive descriptions of the types of sundials and their history, together with interesting photo-galleries of sundials in the provinces of Cadiz and of Malaga, and a selection from other parts of Spain and other countries. There is also a sundial tour of Florence

  • Clocks Magazine
    The monthly magazine for clock collectors, repairers and makers worldwide

  • Société Suisse de Chronométrie (SSC)- Swiss Society of Chronometry
    We are pleased to let you know that the Swiss Society of Chronometry has set a new Internet site at providing informations on their activities, namely the Congresses which they organize.
    In a little time we will have an English version of SSC service available at the same address.
    B. Chapuis CENTREDOC Rue Jaquet-Droz 1 2007 Neuchâtel, Switzerland tel +41 32-720 51 31 fax +41 32-720 57 51 (e-mail

  • Astrolabes are related both astronomically and historically to sundials. This is a new web site which explains the basic principles, uses and history of the astrolabe.

    Another interesting site is

  • CLOCKS and TIME by Gordon Uber which provides a launching point to a whole different area of knowledge.

  • A site in German with some interesting pictures is

  • USA - Illinois - Pekin Here in Pekin Illinois USA we have a sun dial consisting of nine short analema and one great analema for noon. The great one indicates the months days and lots more. It occupies a space about 40 meters long and 30 meters wide. (guesses). Each short analema indicates the hour begging at 8 a.m. and ending at 4 p.m. In addition we have a model of Uranus which is part of the worlds largest planetary exhibit. The sun and other planets are located in cities nearby. I will be glad to supply more detail on request. Pekin Illinois is located approx 40 deg 29 min North and 89 deg 40 min West. - Thanks to Harry H Bowen

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