The Leaning Tower of Pisa is the freestanding bell tower to the Cathedral of the Northwest Italian town of Pisa. Construction began in the late twelfth century and was not completed until the late fourteenth century. Contributors typically want to know about the Tower's building materials and methods, cultural uses, famous visitors, funding sources, interior contents, maintenance needs, reconstructive experiences, seven bells, and special status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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