"" Campo dei Miracoli Tip by slaybelle

Campo dei Miracoli, Pisa: 78 reviews and 147 photos

<font color='green' size='3'>Pisa is the hometown of Galileo Galilei, the famous physician, who carried out his first experiments on the gravity of the Leaning Tower in Piazza dei Miracoli.

In the square, world famous for its bell-tower, one can admire the Baptistery, the Cathedral and the Cemetery, monuments, which are a testimony to the different development phases from the Romanic Style of Pisa to the Gothic.

Its internationally known University has its prestigious seat in the 'Scuola Normale di Pisa' located in the historical Cavalieri (Knights) Square.

Every year, on 16th June, the Luminara takes place. The Luminara is a festivity during which all the buildings as well as the palaces and the Tower are lit by candlelight as a tribute to St. Ranieri, the city patron.


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Address: Piazza del Duomo

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  • Written Sep 12, 2002
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