3D model of a famous Italian landmark in the city of Pisa. It was built in the 12th century as a bell tower for the nearby cathedral. The tower's most distinctive feature is its inclination, caused by an unstable foundation and uneven settlement of the ground. The tower leans at an angle of about 5.5 degrees, making it a popular tourist attraction today. Despite efforts to stabilise it, the tower continues to lean but is considered safe for visitors to climb. The tower is made of white marble and is 56 metres high with eight floors. The tower has also survived several earthquakes and restorations over the years.
3D model based on the original dimensions of a real building.
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