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Location : Karnal, Haryana
Period : 1806 AD
A part of St. James Church, Cantonment Church Tower was built in the beginning of nineteenth century. It is one of the oldest structures that are present in Karnal. The year 1841 saw the shifting of the cantonment to a place called Ambala. After this shift, dismantling of church took place.
This four storey building has employed made up of Etruscan plaster on walls of the first floor. The topmost floor of this 100 feet high building is embellished with Roman arches that are built in semi-circular shape. The walls show paneling work and are made in plaster.