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Things to do in Pisa Pisa is one of the most popular cities in Italy, mainly because of its famous monument, the Leaning Tower of Pisa. The building is

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When the first rays of sunlight reach the Leaning Tower of Pisa My other picture from the Leaning Tower of Pisa: Leaning Tower of Pisa in the golden light

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From the Great Pyramid of Giza, in Egypt, to the gorgeous Royal Alcazar in Seville, Spain, here are the top 25 most beautiful buildings in the world.

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The Leaning Tower of Pisa is an iconic structure located in the Italian city of Pisa. The tower is famous for its lean, which is caused by the soft soil

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Abruzzo is not an area of Italy that is the most well known but oh boy,, is this place a gem. Abruzzo is on the east coast of central Italy and thus not very far from either Rome or Florence. A land of vineyards, mountains and sea it is a place to visit. In the summer, you can go skiing or go to the beach all withi

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How many steps are there in the Leaning Tower of Pisa? Take a guess and then learn all about this mistake turned beloved tourist attraction!

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One of the perfect examples of forced perspective photography is "The Leaning Tower Of Pisa", You can create funny poses with leaning tower, just simply awesome.

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Tonight is a very special time to be in Pisa, Italy...when the Leaning Tower of Pisa glows from hundreds of oil lamps.Each year on the evening of June 16th, Pisa's architectural structures are beautifully transformed into a magical sight when 70,000 candles illuminate the night.This Luminara…

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Martin Parr’s unmistakable eye for the quirks of ordinary life has made him a distinctive voice in visual culture for more than 30 years. Known for his use of garish colours and esoteric composition, he has studied cultural peculiarities around the world from Japan to America, Europe, and his home country of Britain. The themes of leisure, consumption and communication have occupied him for much of his career, all of which are explored with a penetrating irony. As photographer, filmmaker and…

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