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Leaning Tower of Pisa

The Leaning Tower of Pisa is a Medieval Tower in Italy designed by Bonanno Pisano and constructed from 1173 to 1372.

If you paid attention in class you will remember that Galileo figured out terminal velocity here at Pisa. Why? Because this bad boy is leaning, giving him a clear shot to drop some heavy balls. Dont forget the amazing Basillica of Pisa in the background. 

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