Pisa Square of miracles for a miraculous day

Pisa, lies within 100 km distance away from Florence makes it a perfect day trip destination. Pisa is famous with the architectural wonder protagonist, the Leaning tower of Pisa. It’s consider an architectural miracle with its leaning position from the ground level.

Leaning tower of Pisa

I am confused how this tall tower is being erected and stay on steadily until today. It’s really in a leaning position instead of an optical illusion. I had captured the photo of this leaning tower of Pisa for your reference as below. It’s still leaning no matter the photo was captured from which angle. Absolutely miraculous!

 

Duomo and the Crcular baptistry

These two neighboring buildings located beside the Leaning tower of Pisa has been completely overshadowed. However, it’s still worth mentioning these two buildings because its exterior is in perfect synchronization with each other. Of course, you can visit the interior of these two buildings too.

The second part of the story on Leaning tower of Pisa

Well, here comes the second part of the story on the Leaning tower of Pisa. Besides admiring its miraculous exterior from the outside. You can experience its miracle inside of this tower too! Yes, it’s true. You can climb up to the top of the tower to admire the city view of Pisa.

It’s a very strange experience to climb up to the top of this leaning tower because it’s really leaning! Could you imagine the climbing expedition to the top with the imbalanced cochlea fluid in your ear? It’s one of its kind experience that you must come here to enjoy this miraculous event!

Once you are at the top of the tower, you are expanding your viewing horizon to the furthest point possible. You can even view the snowy top mountain at the far end as your beautiful view backdrop. Here’s the prize you will be claiming on the top upon overcoming the imbalanced cochlea fluid challenge!

I had survived the miraculous tower challenge. When is your day to accept the challenge and earn your bragging right?