The Leaning Tower of Pisa is the most famous tilting tower in Italy, but Venice has several of her own.
This bell tower (campanile) belongs to the big Gothic church of Santo Stefano.
When you look at the base of the Santo Stefano tower, you can see that they've added some support to keep it from toppling over.
The beautiful Renaissance tower of San Pietro di Castello has been leaning since it was built because of the weight of the marble covering it.
This tower belongs to the Greek church, San Giorgio dei Greci. Thanks to recent restoration work, it doesn't lean quite as much as it used to.
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