★Translate the underlined part into Japanese.
(1)The clock soon broke and stayed broken for 122 years until one Caspar Brunner designed an intricate and elegant new mechanism which has functioned since he installed it in 1530, and which is still complete with nearly all its original parts.
(2)The external appearance of the Zytglogge as it is today dates from Baroque embellishments of 1770−71.
(3)What's far more interesting is to see close-up (and have explained) the actual inner workings of the mechanism as the pendulum swings and linked cogs turn gracefully.
(4) which also lets you explore the rooms inside the spire and take in the romantic rooftop view.
★Describe the scenery in Old City of Berne in Japanese.
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Made by Kentaro Yoda, College of Economics, Aoyama Gakuin Univerity.
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