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it is truly leaning makes you wonder how on earth it is standing all these years, you literally feel the leaning when you climb up the stairs but the view from up there is amazing to the point it could be scary some older people...More
We are a couple in our mid 70s and did wonder whether we would manage the climb to the top. 256 well worn steps was quite daunting but on reaching the top it was well worth the climb. The only thing that may put people...More
An extremely interesting structure which I read about from my childhood came in front of me. Unbelievable indeed. The surrounding structures are equally fascinating. However, one should know the history of these structures or should have a guided tour to explain the details.
One of the few Bell Towers that isn't directly connected to a church. Definitely one of the most interesting Bell Towers for a design aspect. If you go take the time to walk the extensive grounds and definitely make time to visit the church. Inside...More
Have to say we were really disappointed following our visit to Pisa. I know it’s all about the tower, but that is all that’s there to see.
That said, just seeing it defy gravity is quite awesome and worth a few photos.