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English: Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy.
They have tried to fix the lean of this tower several times. The most recent time, I believe, was in 2001 when they tried to drill into the ground and pour cement underneath the sandy surface.
Français : Tour de Pise, à Pise, en Italie.
Deutsch: Der Schiefe Turm von Pisa in Italien.
Date 19 May 2004
Source Own work
Author Alkarex Malin äger

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43° 43′ 21.40″ N, 10° 23′ 43.0″ E

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