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The so-called leaning tower of Pisa (called simply leaning tower or torre di Pisa) is the campanile of the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, in the famous Piazza del Duomo of which today is the most famous monument of incline feature.
It is a Bell Tower of its own about 56 metres above ground (58.36 metres whereas the Foundation plan) , built over two centuries, between the twelfth and fourteenth century. 14,453 tons heavy,  the curved line predominates, with rounds of blind arches and six floors of loggias. Its slope is due to soil failure occurred already in the early stages of construc
The Piazza del Duomo, also known by the poetic expression of piazza dei miracoli, is the most important tourist and artistic. Listed among the UNESCO World Heritage list since 1987, one can admire masterpieces of European Romanesque architecture monuments that form the Centre of religious life: the Cathedral, the baptistery, the graveyard, and the Bell Tower.
The Baptistry is a monument opened to the public in a manner similar to a Museum, which is part of the complex of museums and monuments of the Opera Primaziale Pisana. In addition to architectural structures, visitors can see important works of art preserved within. Can climb to the first floor matronea from where you can enjoy a beautiful view on the Piazza dei miracoli. In the history of the construction of the entire monumental complex of Piazza del Duomo di PIsa, the baptistery is the first essential step in Christian formation, in a path that goes from birth to death, from baptism to awar
Is a five-Aisled church with three naves and a transept. Pisan Romanesque style was created from this church and then exported to the rest of Tuscany, but also in Corsica and Sardinia, formerly under the control of the Republic of Pisa.
The Bell Tower of Santa Maria is known as "the leaning tower" or "the Tower of Pisa and Pisa" simply "la Torre" par excellence, and is, in fact, the Bell Tower of the Duomo.
The Church of San Michele in Borgo is located in Borgo Stretto, Pisa. The Church, with monastery belonged first to the Benedictine monks and the 12th century to the camaldolese, was built around 1016 and again restored, primarily as a result of the aerial bombings of World War II. The façade, Pisan Romanesque style with Gothic influences, has the lower part of the 13th century, while the upper to loggias dates back to the 14th century.
On the façade are read seventeenth-century writing for the election of the Rector of the University. The monumental three-nave Interior preserves a crucifix at
Are the real city centre, meeting place of Pisa and university students. Every night the historic stretch of River turns bright lights of café or pub that surround it.
Arno in Pisa are historically four, divided by the river and the Ponte di Mezzo and differ in Lungarno Gambacorti and Galilei South, Lungarno Pacinotti and Mediceo North. The bridges of the fortress and Citadel are the Eastern and western border of the walled city. Inside, however, there are two other river Simonelli North and Sonnino to the South.
Piazza dei Cavalieri in Pisa is, after piazza del Duomo, the city's most famous square.
The palazzo della Carovana (or dei Cavalieri) is one of the buildings on piazza dei Cavalieri in Pisa. Already the headquarters of the order of the Knights of Santo Stefano, from 1846 is the home of the Scuola normale superiore di Pisa.
When the Palace was built incorporated the famous torre della Muda or "hunger Tower" where he died in 1289 count Ugolino Della Gherardesca with her children and grandchildren, the protagonist of one of the m
Borgo Stretto is an area where you can stroll and shop also covered with medieval arcades. Along the way, which along with Italy, is the "living room" of Course stands the Romanesque-Gothic church of San Michele in Borgo, built from a core already attested in 990. The 18th-century Casino dei Nobili and the Roman baths, called Bagni di Nerone delineate the length. There are well protected by towers and narrow alleyways, squares like Piazza delle Vettovaglie and Sant'Omobono, home to the fruit market, Piazza Cairoli (known as the saloon), the old Chavoli market and the gondolas, for goods from t