Leaning Tower of Pisa
Leaning Tower of Pisa: Tours & Experiences
From Florence: Excursion Of The Highlights Of Pisa & Cinque Terre
From Florence: Excursion Of The Highlights Of Pisa...
Duration: 12 hours
Full-Day Tuscany Tour From Florence: Pisa, Siena And San Gimignano With Visit To Vineyard & Lunch
Full-Day Tuscany Tour From Florence: Pisa, Siena A...
Duration: 11 hours
From Florence: Pisa And Cinque Terre Full-Day Tour
From Florence: Pisa And Cinque Terre Full-Day Tour...
Duration: 13 hours
Small-Group Full-Day Trip To Florence And Pisa From Rome
Small-Group Full-Day Trip To Florence And Pisa Fro...
Duration: 12 hours
Pisa: Tour With Leaning Tower Ticket With Skip-The-Line And Visit To Square Of Miracles
Pisa: Tour With Leaning Tower Ticket With Skip-The...
Duration: 1 hours
Explore Pisa City With A Skip-The-Line Ticket To The Leaning Tower
Explore Pisa City With A Skip-The-Line Ticket To T...
Duration: 150 minutes
From Florence: Half-Day Morning Tour To Pisa
From Florence: Half-Day Morning Tour To Pisa...
Duration: 6 hours
Have you ever been to Leaning Tower of Pisa?
The construction of the Leaning Tower of Pisa began in August 1173.
It was interrupted several times by wars, debt and while engineers worked on solutions to correct the lean.
We now know that without these interruptions that allowed the soil to compress under the tower, it would have certainly toppled over.
Pisa Tower was eventually completed in the mid-1300s.
The Tower of Pisa is the churches belltower. The city of Pisa was at the beginning a simple but important Italian seaport. With its growth, so did its religious buildings.
Its fame and power grew gradually over the years, as the people of Pisa were involved in various military conflicts and trade agreements.
The Pisans attacked the city of Palermo on the island of Sicily in 1063. The attack was successful and the conquerors returned to Pisa with a great deal of treasure.
To show the world just how important the city was, the people of Pisa decided to build a great cathedral complex, the Field of Miracles. The plan included a cathedral, a baptistery, a bell tower (the Tower of Pisa) and a cemetery.