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White Tower may refer to:
Geography and history
- White Tower of Thessaloniki, a monument and museum in Greece
- White Tower of Tehran, Iran
- White Tower of Tsarskoye Selo, landscape architecture element in Tsarskoye Selo, Russia
- White Tower (Tower of London), a central tower in the Tower of London, United Kingdom
- The White Tower (British Columbia), a Canadian Rockies mountain named after the tower in the Tower of London
- Lotrščak Tower, a 13th-century fortress in Zagreb, Croatia nicknamed "the White Tower"
- Sarkel, a fortress in Russia renamed in 965 A.D. to Belaya Vezha (White Tower)
- Tower of Kamyanyets, often called Belaya Vezha (White Tower)
- The White Tower (Ullman novel), a 1945 novel by James Ramsey Ullman
- Shiroi Kyotō (The White Tower), a 1965 novel by Toyoko Yamasaki
- The White Tower (Johnston novel), a 2003 novel by Dorothy Johnston
- Minas Tirith, the Tower of Ecthelion in J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth
- White Tower (Wheel of Time), the headquarters of the Aes Sedai in the Wheel of Time series
Film and television
- The White Tower (film), a 1950 film based on the 1945 novel
- Shiroi Kyotō (The White Tower), a 1966 Japanese film based on the novel of the same name
- White Tower (film), a 2004 Chinese film
- White Tower (TV series), a 2007 Korean TV drama based on the Japanese novel
- White Tower Hamburgers, a restaurant chain
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