The train from Florence arrived in Pisa City, and the bus arrived at the destination. First of all, there were white buildings on a large green lawn, and the Pisa Cathedral, which was very spectacular. The scene was breathtaking. There's no need to comment on such a beautiful scene, no need to add its beauty to the text, just look at the photos.
Tickets are free. Remember to get tickets in the right-hand house. Picture the front and back of the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Immediately go to the church and take pictures. It's too tight to get tickets. It's important to arrange for the third time before you enter the church.
Pisa. First the leaning tower was built, and then the bishop church was built. The leaning tower behind the church was like a pendulum. The church opens at ten o'clock, an hour later than the inclined tower. At the ticket office, when you buy tickets for the leaning tower, you include tickets for the church. It's better to queue at the church gate at 10 o'clock, otherwise there will be too many people.
The official name of the Bishop of Pisa is the Catholic Church of Notre Dame, which is the Catholic Church in the Bishop of Pisa. The world-famous Leaning Tower of Pisa is actually the bell tower of the Catholic Church. The Catholic Church also has a subsidiary building called the Saint John's Baptist Hall, which is the same name as the Baptist Hall in Florence, but this Baptist Hall is larger than the one in Florence, and it is the largest Baptist hall in Italy. The Foundation around the church is unstable, so the tilt angle of the Leaning Tower of Pisa can be seen all over the world. In fact, the Baptist Hall is also tilted, but not as serious as the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Relatively speaking, only the main church is still in it.
It is a typical representative of the Roman church building in Pisa, Italy. The bronze doors of the church are one of the key points for viewing. The sculptures inside are very fine and the paintings are shocking. It's worth walking around inside. It's spectacular.
Pisa Cathedral is a famous religious and cultural heritage in Italy. The more famous Leaning Tower of Pisa is actually just a bell tower of the cathedral. The bell tower was built for the purpose of climbing the telescope and defending the enemy. Around the leaning tower and Cathedral is the center of the whole square. All tourists are basically in this area for recreation and leisure.
Pisa Cathedral is a typical representative of Italian Roman church architecture, located in Pisa, Italy. The cathedral was built in 1063 to commemorate the Virgin Mary. It is a rectangular Latin cross. The cathedral has three passages, two on each side of the main hall. The church also preserves the remains of Saint Ranieri, the patron of Pisa, and the tomb of the Roman emperor Henry VII. During the Tuscany calendar reform from the tenth century to 1749, Pisa used its own calendar, and the cathedral was used to determine the beginning of the Pisa New Year. The cathedral has tilted slightly since it was built, but not so much as the bell tower.
The church on the edge of the leaning tower is beautifully carved. This one can be visited without checking tickets. Look at the introduction. It's a 12th century building. It's too powerful. In other words, all the buildings are accessories of the church. That's the leaning tower. It has a higher reputation.
European cathedrals are good places to browse. Even friends who are not interested in religion can go in and sit and rest, which is better than sitting in the sun. Personally, I think the atmosphere of the church is similar to that of the Buddhist temple. Even if there are many people in it, it will be suppressed by the sacred atmosphere inside. It is a perfect place for meditation.