Why Is The Leaning Tower of Pisa So Special?
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is so SPECIAL because of its leaning while constructing it
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The leaning tower of Pisa is a lovely example of ornate Renaissance architecture, and also, it is very impressive that it can lean over in the way it does, without actually falling over. Nobody planned for it to lean, and it was vertical when it was originally constructed, but it is fascinating that it has turned into a leaning tower. There is nothing else quite like it, in all the world's many buildings.
The height of the Leaning Tower of Pisa is 55.2 feet and it is leaning. It is mostly made of marble and lime stone. The function of the tower is the bell on the top. The building of the Leaning Tower of Pisa began on 9 August 1173, and was completed in 1373. It took so long to build the tower because constant battles between the Pisans and Genoa, Lucca and Florence halted the tower's…