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Piazza del Duomo

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Ranked #2 in Pisa Can't-Miss Landmarks
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    Square
Open Open on Sat,8:30am-11:30pm;Open on Mon-Fri, Sun,9:00am-8:00pm
Recommended sightseeing time:1-2 hours
Piazza del Duomo, 56126 Pisa PI, ItalyMap

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The lawn of Miracle Square is scattered by a group of religious buildings, the Cathedral (built in 1063 years, 13 century), the Baptistery (built in 1153 years, 14 century), the Bell Tower (the leaning tower of Pisa), and the cemetery (built in 1174 years). Their exterior walls are all of milky marble, and their respective relative independence but form a unified Romanesque style. Both are architectural masterpieces, the miracle square is one of the center of the essence of medieval art has a profound impact on the future architectural design. The Leaning Tower of Pisa is located behind the Cathedral of Pisa. Address: Italy-Tuscany-Pisa, where the Leaning Tower of Pisa is located.



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The Miracle Square is the top priority of visiting Pisa. The four major buildings on the square - the Cathedral of Pisa, the Baptistery, the Leaning Tower of Pisa and the cemetery are all artistic masterpieces in the history of architecture. The square was one of the centers of the essence of medieval art and had a profound influence on subsequent architectural design, and was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1987. The square takes its name from a description in a novel by the Italian writer and poet Gabriel D'Annunzio. The Pisa Cathedral in the center of the Pisa Cathedral Square was built in the 12th century AD and is a masterpiece of medieval Romanesque architecture. The mosaic decoration inside the church is mixed with Byzantine style, forming its unique "Pisa Romanesque style". Opposite the Baptistery of Pisa Cathedral is the Baptistery, which mixes Romanesque and Gothic styles. You can visit the middle of the Baptistery along the spiral staircase inside the Baptistery. The cylindrical structure, double dome and white marble make the interior of the baptistery even more beautiful. Leaning Tower of Pisa Behind the Leaning Tower of Pisa is the well-known Leaning Tower of Pisa, which itself is the bell tower of the cathedral. In the early stage of construction, the leaning tower tilted an average of 1 mm per year, and the work was stopped for a while, and the repair work has continued to this day. The rectangular building next to the Pisa Cemetery Church is the Pisa Cemetery. The tombstones, sculptures and frescoes on the cloister are also worth seeing. In addition, there is a tourist rest area on the large lawn of Miracle Square, where you can take various photos with the Leaning Tower of Pisa, buy souvenirs and snacks.
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