Where is the leaning tower of Pisa?

Daria Shpolyanskaya
Daria Shpolyanskaya
August 9, 2012
Where is the leaning tower of Pisa?

The history of the Leaning Tower of Pisa begins not far from the Duomo Santa Maria Assunta Cathedral in the city of Pisa in Italy. In 1361, in the middle of the square, the construction of a very strange structure was completed. If you are wondering where the Tower of Pisa is, then read carefully.

The city of Pisa is located in the region of Tuscany, in Blooming and passionate Italy. Pisa lies in the coastal zone of the Ligurian Sea. Rich in vineyards, talented people and proud inhabitants, the earth has left a great legacy to humanity. And the main pride of Pisa - Leaning Tower. In the world there is no more strange and incomprehensible construction. Many minds of mankind are puzzled over the mystery of the Leaning Tower of Pisa to this day.

Conceived as the bell tower of the Cathedral of Santa Maria, it was laid in construction at the beginning of the last millennium, but according to the theory of modern researchers, it was not originally conceived in the form in which one can observe its today, i.e. with a slope. The reason for this is the error of an unknown architect. The ground beneath the left side sank and part of the bell tower went underground.In 1361, construction was completed. Today, looking closely, you can see significant differences in the style of the arcade series between the first and last tier.

The Leaning Tower of Pisa is located right in the center of the city, and if you cannot find the central square and the Cathedral of Santa Maria Asuent yourself, ask any merchant or local resident and you will be told the exact road. If you have already fallen into Tuscany, be sure to take a look at Pisa and climb 294 steps above the city level and look from the height of the millennium to the past and the present.