The Leaning Tower of Pisa is so SPECIAL because of its leaning while constructing it
Pisa is the name of a Town, who, quite accidentally had a Tower built that started to lean. So the Tower became known as the "leaning Tower of Pisa". It can't be the "leaning Tower of Pisa" if it isn't in Pisa.
pisa, italy EuropeThe leaning tower of Pisa is in Pisa Italy.The Leaning Tower of Pisa is in Italy, so it is in the continent of Europe.The city of Pisa is located on the continent of Europe in the country of Italy
the center of gravity of the leaning tower of Pisa lies above its base of support, so the tower is in stable equilibrium.
Yes it is.Well Piza is In Italy so im guessing that the Leaning Tower Of Piza is in Italy.yes it is.The Leaning Tower of Pisa is located in the Italian city of Pisa. It is located in the Cathedral Square.
well the people decided that the catherdral IN Pisa needed a bell tower so they nade a tower. The tower is leaning because it's half in sand so it leans. The bell tower was BUILT IN PISA,because that's were the cathredral is.It was going to be a bell tower for the church next to it.
nope the leaning tower has its name for a reasonthey call it that because it is a leaning tower so if they changed that it would need a new name.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is 183 feet (56 meters) tall. The Eiffel Tower is 1,063 feet (324 meters) tall. So, the Eiffel Tower is much taller.
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it is called the leaning tower of Pisathe called it the toer of Pisa now the tower of Pisa would be great to live in if only it didn't lean. now if u excuse me... i have to do some more research so please, shut up.
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it is helping Pisa by attracting more tourists. That helps it's economy. So I'd say that the Leaning Tower of Pisa is helping Pisa, I don't know however if it really is helping Italy. I'm guessing it is.
Answer :The so-called "leaning tower of Pisa" is the bell tower of the Cathedral. Still today bells ring before the Holy Masses and at noon.
Yes, but it does so in a half-assed way.
because they did
The Leaning Tower is so special because it is on a lean and hasn't fallen over yet. It is also several hundred years old.
Galileo was from Italy, so he went to the highest tower he could.
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 construction for about 100 years.
Fun Facts about the leaning tower of pisaThe leaning tower tilted because it was built on soft land, so when they started to build the third floor it started to sink and then tilt.Every year the tower tilts .05 in.All seven bells in the top of the tower have their own special name.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is too weak that it'll very easily collapse in no time. We all know the Leaning Tower of Pisa is not very stable but instead of collapsing it'll lean back the other side. It looks like it'll collapse but it won't collapse easily. So that sentence was exaggerating and it makes it a hyperbole.
No it was made straight but it has sunk over time
cause it had repairs in 1990 to make it more strait.
Italy is a boot shaped peninsula. Pisa is a city high on the leg, so to speak.
no because it was built leaning over & was made extra stable so no.