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Centuries ago, weathervanes were one of the first instruments to detect changes in the weather by pointing in the direction from which the wind was blowing. The Tower of Wind in
Athens, Greece (48 BC), topped with the Triton weathervane, is among the earliest archaeological examples. Weathervanes are attractive decor pieces, whether placed in your garden, on a stand in the study or on your roof. Used as a weather instrument, they will tell you wind direction and give you years of enjoyment.