Italy a country of towers and steeples. In every city and town, especially in those who had the medieval past, over the rooftops rises the tall beauty. Many of the towers and the towers are well known in around the world, for example, Leaning Tower in Pisa, Giotto’s bell tower in Florence, St. Mark’s bell tower in Venice and the two towers of Bologna. The highest is the bell tower of the Cathedral Mortelyano (area Friuli-Venezia Giulia), her height – 113.2 meters! Age is not as impressive bell tower – it was built in 1957-59 years. Next to the bell tower height Toratstso of Cremona (Lombardy).

Tower was erected in the XIII century, the height of 112 meters, on top are 502 steps. Heavy lifting will be rewarded with stunning views over the city. Third place goes to the bell tower at the Cathedral in the city of Alessandria (Piedmont), yielding a total of 6 meters Toratstso, for a total height of 106 meters, it was attached to the cathedral in 1922. 101 meters – this is the height of the bell tower at the Cathedral of Santa Sofia in Lendinara (Veneto), built the bell tower was in 1797-1857 years. The bell tower of St.

Mark’s in Venice, not the highest – its height “Only” 98.6 meters, but one of the most beautiful. The modern form of the bell tower acquired in 1513 she served as a watchtower and a lighthouse for ships.

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