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GERMANY-ODDLY/
RTX3EBFM
September 01, 2017
A close-up picture from the world's highest sand castle shows the famous "Leaning Tower of Pisa" and...
Duisburg, Germany
Guinness World Record sand castle, 16.68 metres hight, is seen in Duisburg
A close-up picture from the world's highest sand castle shows the famous "Leaning Tower of Pisa" and the Rome "Collosseum" following the official confirmation by a judge of Guinness World Records with the new record heights of 16.68 metres, in Duisburg, Germany, September 1, 2017. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
AUSTRIA-TOURISM/
RTSLSMD
August 08, 2016
The logo of Minimundus theme park is seen in front of a scale model of the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Klagenfurt,...
Klagenfurt, Austria
The logo of Minimundus theme park is seen in front of a scale model of the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Klagenfurt...
The logo of Minimundus theme park is seen in front of a scale model of the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Klagenfurt, Austria, August 8, 2016. Some 150 models from more than 40 countries all over the world are on display in the Carinthia province theme park, created to a scale of 1:25, using the same materials as the original buildings, such as basalt, lava, tuff, marble or sandstone. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader
NEWYEAR-CELEBRATION/
RTR4JP1Z
December 31, 2014
Volunteers work on Princess Cruises' Rose Parade float which includes models of Big Ben and the Leaning...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
Volunteers work on Princess Cruises' Rose Parade float which includes models of Big Ben and the Leaning...
Volunteers work on Princess Cruises' Rose Parade float which includes models of Big Ben and the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Pasadena, California December 30, 2014. The 126th Rose Parade will take place on New Years Day in Pasadena. REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
BELGIUM/
RTX14VK6
October 31, 2013
Hostesses watch a replica of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, a wooden construction illuminated with thousands...
Brussels, Belgium
Hostesses watch replica of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, a wooden construction illuminated with thousands...
Hostesses watch a replica of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, a wooden construction illuminated with thousands of LED lights, during the first edition of the "Brussels Light Festival" October 31, 2013. The festival runs till Sunday along the Brussels-Charleroi canal. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ITALY
RTR3B9GL
July 19, 2012
Tourists walk in front of the Cathedral and the Leaning Tower of Pisa July 19, 2012. The 'Torre di Pisa'...
Pisa, Italy
Tourists walk in front of the Cathedral and the Leaning Tower of Pisa
Tourists walk in front of the Cathedral and the Leaning Tower of Pisa July 19, 2012. The 'Torre di Pisa' is the bell tower of the Cathedral of the Italian city of Pisa, known worldwide for its unintended tilt to one side. The tower began to lean in 1178 due to soft ground which could not properly support the structure's weight. REUTERS/Clarissa Cavalheiro (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
ITALY
RTR3B9GF
July 19, 2012
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is seen against blue skies July 19, 2012. The 'Torre di Pisa' is the bell...
Pisa, Italy
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is seen against blue skies
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is seen against blue skies July 19, 2012. The 'Torre di Pisa' is the bell tower of the Cathedral of the Italian city of Pisa, known worldwide for its unintended tilt to one side. The tower began to lean in 1178 due to soft ground on one side support the structure's weight. REUTERS/Clarissa Cavalheiro (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
ITALY
RTR3B9GC
July 19, 2012
A small sculpture of 'Romulus and Remus' is seen in front of the Leaning Tower of Pisa July 19, 2012....
Pisa, Italy
A small sculpture of 'Romulus and Remus' is seen in front of the Leaning Tower of Pisa
A small sculpture of 'Romulus and Remus' is seen in front of the Leaning Tower of Pisa July 19, 2012. The 'Torre di Pisa' is the bell tower of the Cathedral of the Italian city of Pisa, known worldwide for its unintended tilt to one side. The tower began to lean in 1178 due to soft ground which could not properly support the structure's weight. REUTERS/Clarissa Cavalheiro (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
ITALY
RTR3B9G5
July 19, 2012
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is seen behind the Cathedral July 19, 2012. The 'Torre di Pisa' is the bell...
Pisa, Italy
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is seen behind the Cathedral
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is seen behind the Cathedral July 19, 2012. The 'Torre di Pisa' is the bell tower of the Cathedral of the Italian city of Pisa, known worldwide for its unintended tilt to one side. The tower began to lean in 1178 due to soft ground which could not properly support the structure's weight. REUTERS/Clarissa Cavalheiro (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
TAIWAN-PAPER/
RTR2EQKD
June 04, 2010
An employee arranges a paper-made Leaning Tower of Pisa lamp at Carton King Creativity Park in Taichung,...
Taichung, Taiwan
To match Reuters Life! TAIWAN-PAPER/
An employee arranges a paper-made Leaning Tower of Pisa lamp at Carton King Creativity Park in Taichung, central Taiwan, May 28, 2010. The park opened three years ago to help a declining family-run packaging business turn a new page and teach hundreds of daily visitors to cherish paper. Its sturdy structures, such as a paper restaurant with paper furnishings even down to the utensils, occupy the former printing factory that had seen business fade because of cheap labour and low costs in China. Picture taken May 28, 2010. To match Reuters Life! TAIWAN-PAPER/ REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
ITALY/
RTR28EJM
December 29, 2009
A bird flies past the Leaning Tower of Pisa October 31, 2009. REUTERS/Sharon Lee (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY...
Pisa, Italy
A bird flies past the Leaning Tower of Pisa
A bird flies past the Leaning Tower of Pisa October 31, 2009. REUTERS/Sharon Lee (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
G8-SUMMIT/
RTR25EMO
July 07, 2009
China's President Hu Jintao and his wife Liu Yongqing (L) pose in front of the Leaning Tower in Pisa...
Pisa, Italy
China's President Hu and his wife pose in front of the Leaning Tower in Pisa
China's President Hu Jintao and his wife Liu Yongqing (L) pose in front of the Leaning Tower in Pisa July 7, 2009. Hu is on a state visit to Italy and will attend the summit by G8 and G5 leaders in L'Aquila. REUTERS/Marco Bucco (ITALY POLITICS TRAVEL)
G8-SUMMIT/
RTR25EMK
July 07, 2009
China's President Hu Jintao and his wife Liu Yongqing pose in front of the Leaning Tower in Pisa July...
Pisa, Italy
China's President Hu Jintao and his wife Liu Yongqing pose in front of the Leaning Tower in Pisa
China's President Hu Jintao and his wife Liu Yongqing pose in front of the Leaning Tower in Pisa July 7, 2009. Hu is on a state visit to Italy and will attend the summit by G8 and G5 leaders in L'Aquila. REUTERS/Marco Bucco (ITALY POLITICS TRAVEL IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GERMANY-TOWER/RECORD
RTX3XT
November 08, 2007
A combination photo shows Italy's famous leaning tower of Pisa (L) pictured on June 15, 2001 and a German...
Germany
A combination photo shows Italy's famous leaning tower of Pisa and Germany's Suurhusen church with its...
A combination photo shows Italy's famous leaning tower of Pisa (L) pictured on June 15, 2001 and a German 15th century church with its tilting tower in the small northern German village of Suurhusen November 7, 2007. The Guinness Book of World Records has ruled that a church steeple in Germany, not the famous leaning tower of Pisa, is the most tilted tower in the world. The 25.7-meter church tower tilts at an angle of 5.07 degrees, while the tower of Pisa tilts at just 3.97 degrees, said Olaf Kuchenbecker, head of Guinness's German edition. Although its tilt angle is greater than Pisa's, it is less than half the height of the Italian tower and has none of its ornate beauty. REUTERS/Staff/Files (ITALY/GERMANY)
ITALY
RTRJNCZ
November 08, 2007
Tourists stroll under the famous leaning tower of Pisa June 15, 2001. In a ceremony taking place at the...
multiple cities, multiple countries
TOURISTS WALK BESIDE THE FAMOUS LEANING TOWER OF PISA.
Tourists stroll under the famous leaning tower of Pisa June 15, 2001. In a ceremony taking place at the Tower June 16, the Mayor of Pisa will be given a key as a symbolic gesture of handing back the Tower to the town following years of redevelopment. The Tower is due to open to the public in November.

DJM
GERMANY-TOWER/RECORD
RTX29F
November 07, 2007
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen...
SUURHUSEN, Germany
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen...
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen November 7, 2007. The Guinness Book of World Records has ruled that a church steeple in Germany, not Italy's famous leaning tower of Pisa, is the most tilted tower in the world. The 25.7-meter church tower tilts at an angle of 5.07 degrees, while the tower of Pisa tilts at just 3.97 degrees, said Olaf Kuchenbecker, head of Guinness's German edition. Although its tilt angle is greater than Pisa's, it is less than half the height of the Italian tower and has none of its ornate beauty. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-TOWER/RECORD
RTX29E
November 07, 2007
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen...
SUURHUSEN, Germany
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen...
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen November 7, 2007. The Guinness Book of World Records has ruled that a church steeple in Germany, not Italy's famous leaning tower of Pisa, is the most tilted tower in the world. The 25.7-meter church tower tilts at an angle of 5.07 degrees, while the tower of Pisa tilts at just 3.97 degrees, said Olaf Kuchenbecker, head of Guinness's German edition. Although its tilt angle is greater than Pisa's, it is less than half the height of the Italian tower and has none of its ornate beauty. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-TOWER/RECORD
RTX29D
November 07, 2007
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen...
SUURHUSEN, Germany
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen...
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen November 7, 2007. The Guinness Book of World Records has ruled that a church steeple in Germany, not Italy's famous leaning tower of Pisa, is the most tilted tower in the world. The 25.7-meter church tower tilts at an angle of 5.07 degrees, while the tower of Pisa tilts at just 3.97 degrees, said Olaf Kuchenbecker, head of Guinness's German edition. Although its tilt angle is greater than Pisa's, it is less than half the height of the Italian tower and has none of its ornate beauty. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-TOWER/RECORD
RTX298
November 07, 2007
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen...
SUURHUSEN, Germany
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen...
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen November 7, 2007. The Guinness Book of World Records has ruled that a church steeple in Germany, not Italy's famous leaning tower of Pisa, is the most tilted tower in the world. The 25.7-meter church tower tilts at an angle of 5.07 degrees, while the tower of Pisa tilts at just 3.97 degrees, said Olaf Kuchenbecker, head of Guinness's German edition. Although its tilt angle is greater than Pisa's, it is less than half the height of the Italian tower and has none of its ornate beauty. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-TOWER/RECORD
RTX295
November 07, 2007
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen...
SUURHUSEN, Germany
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen...
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen November 7, 2007. The Guinness Book of World Records has ruled that a church steeple in Germany, not Italy's famous leaning tower of Pisa, is the most tilted tower in the world. The 25.7-meter church tower tilts at an angle of 5.07 degrees, while the tower of Pisa tilts at just 3.97 degrees, said Olaf Kuchenbecker, head of Guinness's German edition. Although its tilt angle is greater than Pisa's, it is less than half the height of the Italian tower and has none of its ornate beauty. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-TOWER/RECORD
RTX27X
November 07, 2007
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen...
SUURHUSEN, Germany
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen...
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen November 7, 2007. The Guinness Book of World Records has ruled that a church steeple in Germany, not Italy's famous leaning tower of Pisa, is the most tilted tower in the world. The 25.7-meter church tower tilts at an angle of 5.07 degrees, while the tower of Pisa tilts at just 3.97 degrees, said Olaf Kuchenbecker, head of Guinness's German edition. Although its tilt angle is greater than Pisa's, it is less than half the height of the Italian tower and has none of its ornate beauty. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-TOWER/RECORD
RTX27W
November 07, 2007
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen...
SUURHUSEN, Germany
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen...
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen November 7, 2007. The Guinness Book of World Records has ruled that a church steeple in Germany, not Italy's famous leaning tower of Pisa, is the most tilted tower in the world. The 25.7-meter church tower tilts at an angle of 5.07 degrees, while the tower of Pisa tilts at just 3.97 degrees, said Olaf Kuchenbecker, head of Guinness's German edition. Although its tilt angle is greater than Pisa's, it is less than half the height of the Italian tower and has none of its ornate beauty. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY-TOWER/RECORD
RTX27U
November 07, 2007
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen...
SUURHUSEN, Germany
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen...
A 15th century church with its tilting tower is pictured in the small northern German village of Suurhusen November 7, 2007. The Guinness Book of World Records has ruled that a church steeple in Germany, not Italy's famous leaning tower of Pisa, is the most tilted tower in the world. The 25.7-meter church tower tilts at an angle of 5.07 degrees, while the tower of Pisa tilts at just 3.97 degrees, said Olaf Kuchenbecker, head of Guinness's German edition. Although its tilt angle is greater than Pisa's, it is less than half the height of the Italian tower and has none of its ornate beauty. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
SECURITY ITALY ART
RTRHVSH
July 18, 2005
An Italian policeman inspects a dustbin near the Leaning Tower of Pisa, northern Italy, in this file...
Pisa, Italy
File photo of Italian policeman inspecting dustbin near Leaning Tower of Pisa.
An Italian policeman inspects a dustbin near the Leaning Tower of Pisa, northern Italy, in this file photograph taken December 17, 2003. Italy is drawing up anti-terrorism measures to protect its cultural and archaeological sites in the wake of bomb attacks on London, Culture Minister Rocco Buttiglione said on July 18, 2005. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico/Files AMP/CLH/DY
CHINA
RTRAET6
September 10, 2004
Chinese visitors walk past a replica of the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa promoting "Roman Holiday" in...
Shanghai, China
Chinese visitors walk past a replica of the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa in Shanghai.
Chinese visitors walk past a replica of the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa promoting "Roman Holiday" in Shanghai September 10, 2004. A 45-day Italian festival called "Roman Holiday" will open tonight in China's business capital featuring Italian culture, architecture, fashion and food. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV CC/LA
CHINA
RTR9M8K
August 31, 2004
A Chinese craftsman works on a replica of the famous leaning tower of Pisa in Shanghai August 31, 2004....
Shanghai, China
A Chinese craftsman works on a replica of the famous leaning tower of Pisa in Shanghai.
A Chinese craftsman works on a replica of the famous leaning tower of Pisa in Shanghai August 31, 2004. A 45-day Italian festival called "Roman Holiday" will open on September 10 in China's business capital. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE CC/TW
ITALY
RTR8Y34
December 17, 2003
An Italian policeman inspects a dustbin below the famous leaning tower in Pisa, northern Italy, December...
Pisa, Italy (Italian Republic)
ITALIAN POLICEMAN INSPECTS A DUSTBIN BELOW FAMOUS LEANING TOWER IN PISA.
An Italian policeman inspects a dustbin below the famous leaning tower in Pisa, northern Italy, December 17, 2003. Security measures have been increased in Italy after warnings of probable terrorist attacks. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico AMP/GB
ITALY
RTR8Y2P
December 17, 2003
Italian policemen patrol the famous leaning tower in Pisa, northern Italy, December 17, 2003. Security...
Pisa, Italy (Italian Republic)
ITALIAN POLICEMEN PATROL THE FAMOUS LEANING TOWER IN PISA.
Italian policemen patrol the famous leaning tower in Pisa, northern Italy, December 17, 2003. Security measured have been increased in Italy after warnings of probable terrorist attacks. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico AMP/GB
ITALY
RTR8Y2E
December 17, 2003
Tourists walk down beside new traffic blocks installed below the famous leaning tower in Pisa, northern...
Pisa, Italy (Italian Republic)
TOURISTS WALK DOWN BESIDE NEW TRAFFIC BLOCKS BELOW FAMOUS LEANING TOWER IN PISA.
Tourists walk down beside new traffic blocks installed below the famous leaning tower in Pisa, northern Italy, December 17, 2003. Security measured have been increased in Italy after warnings of probable terrorist attacks. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico AMP/GB
PISA
RTXM1BU
June 17, 2003
The famous leaning tower of Pisa is lit up during the traditional "Luminara di San Ranieri" (Illuminations...
Pisa, Italy
The famous leaning tower of Pisa is lit up during the traditional "Luminara di San Ranieri" (Illumin.....
The famous leaning tower of Pisa is lit up during the traditional "Luminara di San Ranieri" (Illuminations of St. Ranieri), in Pisa, central Italy, June 16, 2003. For centuries, in order to celebrate ancient Pisa's patron, Ranieri degli Scaccieri, some 70,000 candles have been displayed at sunset inside glasses and then hung up over wooden structures on palaces, bridges and towers along the river Arno.
PISA
RTXM1BT
June 17, 2003
The famous leaning tower of Pisa is lit up during the traditional "Luminara di San Ranieri" (Illuminations...
Pisa, Italy
The famous leaning tower of Pisa is lit up during the traditional "Luminara di San Ranieri" (Illumin.....
The famous leaning tower of Pisa is lit up during the traditional "Luminara di San Ranieri" (Illuminations of St. Ranieri), in Pisa, central Italy, June 16, 2003. For centuries, in order to celebrate ancient Pisa's patron, Ranieri degli Scaccieri, some 70,000 candles have been displayed at sunset inside glasses and then hung up over wooden structures on palaces, bridges and towers along the river Arno.
ITALY
RTRPEA4
June 16, 2003
The famous leaning tower of Pisa is lit up during the traditional
"Luminara di San Ranieri" (Illuminations...
Pisa, Italy (Italian Republic)
THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA IS LIT UP DURING THE TRADITIONAL LUMINARA IN
PISA.
The famous leaning tower of Pisa is lit up during the traditional
"Luminara di San Ranieri" (Illuminations of St. Ranieri), in Pisa,
central Italy, June 16, 2003. For centuries, in order to celebrate
ancient Pisa's patron, Ranieri degli Scaccieri, some 70,000 candles
have been displayed at sunset inside glasses and then hung up over
wooden structures on palaces, bridges and towers along the river Arno.
REUTERS/ Alessia Pierdomenico

AMP
ITALY
RTRPE9W
June 16, 2003
The famous leaning tower of Pisa is lit up during the traditional
"Luminara di San Ranieri" (Illuminations...
Pisa, Italy (Italian Republic)
THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA IS LIT UP DURING THE TRADITIONAL LUMINARA IN
PISA.
The famous leaning tower of Pisa is lit up during the traditional
"Luminara di San Ranieri" (Illuminations of St. Ranieri), in Pisa,
central Italy, June 16, 2003. For centuries, in order to celebrate
ancient Pisa's patron, Ranieri degli Scaccieri, some 70,000 candles
have been displayed at sunset inside glasses and then hung up over
wooden structures on palaces, bridges and towers along the river Arno.
REUTERS/ Alessia Pierdomenico

AMP
RTRMJ5J
April 28, 2003
Japanese women look at a Leaning Tower of Pisa sculpture made with 15
kilograms of pasta at Food Art...
Japan
JAPANESE WOMEN LOOK AT LEANING TOWER OF PISA SCULPTURE MADE OF PASTA IN
TOKYO.
Japanese women look at a Leaning Tower of Pisa sculpture made with 15
kilograms of pasta at Food Art Museum, where sculptures created with
sweets and food ingredients are on display at Tokyo's Akasaka Prince
Hotel April 28, 2003. The tower sculpture is 180 centimetres tall, part
of the exhibit being held through Wednesday. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita

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ATTACK ANIVERSERY ITALY
RTRA511
September 10, 2002
Tourists view a banner placed by Italian firemen September 10, 2002,
which flies in front of Pisa's...
Pisa, Italy
TOURISTS VIEW A BANNER PLACED BY ITALIAN FIREMEN IN FRONT OF PISA'S
LEANING TOWER.
Tourists view a banner placed by Italian firemen September 10, 2002,
which flies in front of Pisa's leaning tower reading "From the tower to
the towers" to commemorate the tragic events of a year ago. As the city
of New York marks the first anniversary of the disaster that befell the
World Trade Center towers in an attack on September 11, 2001, the
firemen of Pisa will organize a minute of silence beginning at the same
time the first World Trade Center tower was hit. REUTERS/Carlo Fabbri

VP/WS
ATTACK ANIVERSERY ITALY
RTRA4Z2
September 10, 2002
Italian firemen erect a banner on September 10, 2002, in front of
Pisa's leaning tower reading " From...
Pisa, Italy
ITALIAN FIREMEN ERECT A BANNER IN FRONT OF PISA'S LEANING TOWER.
Italian firemen erect a banner on September 10, 2002, in front of
Pisa's leaning tower reading " From the tower to the towers " to
commemorate the tragic events in New York from a year ago. On Wednesday
the city of New York will mark the first anniversary of the disaster
that befell the city's World Trade Center towers after they were
attacked on September 11, 2001, the firemen of Pisa will organise a
minute of silence starting at same time when the first World Trade
Center tower was hit. REUTERS/Carlo Fabbri

VP/AH
ATTACK ANIVERSERY ITALY
RTRA4YJ
September 10, 2002
The banner placed by Italian firemen September 10, 2002, flies in front
of Pisa's leaning tower reading...
Pisa, Italy
A BANNER IS PLACED BESIDE THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA TO MARK SEPTEMBER
11I.
The banner placed by Italian firemen September 10, 2002, flies in front
of Pisa's leaning tower reading "From the tower to the towers" to
commemorate the tragic events of a year ago. As the city of New York
marks the first anniversary of the disaster that befell the World Trade
Center towers in an attack on September 11, 2001, the firemen of Pisa
will organize a minute of silence beginning at the same time the first
World Trade Center tower was hit. REUTERS/Carlo Fabbri

VP/WS
ITALY LEANING TOWER
RTR5ND4
May 25, 2002
Tourists on the top of the Pisa's Leaning Tower admire the panorama of
Piazza dei Miracoli square May...
Pisa, Italy
THE PISA'S LEANING TOWER OPENED FOR FIRST TIME AT NIGTH.
Tourists on the top of the Pisa's Leaning Tower admire the panorama of
Piazza dei Miracoli square May 25, 2002. The Tower, which reopened in
December after a near decade-long closure to reverse some of its famed
tilt, will open its doors to visitors for the first time at night,
kicking off a series of night tours throughout the summer. REUTERS/
Antonio Denti

VP
RTR5NCY
May 25, 2002
Tourists look the panorama of Piazza dei Miracoli square from the top
of the Pisa's leaning Tower May...
Italy
THE PISA'S LEANING TOWER OPENED FOR FIRST TIME AT NIGTH.
Tourists look the panorama of Piazza dei Miracoli square from the top
of the Pisa's leaning Tower May 25, 2002. The Tower, which reopened in
December after a near decade-long closure to reverse some of its famed
tilt, will open its doors to visitors for the first time at night,
kicking off a series of night tours throughout the summer. REUTERS/
Antonio Denti

VP
ITALY LEANING TOWER
RTR5NCQ
May 25, 2002
Tourists look the panorama of Piazza dei Miracoli square from the top
of the Pisa's leaning Tower May...
Pisa, Italy
THE PISA'S LEANING TOWER OPENED FOR FIRST TIME AT NIGTH.
Tourists look the panorama of Piazza dei Miracoli square from the top
of the Pisa's leaning Tower May 25, 2002. The Tower, which reopened in
December after a near decade-long closure to reverse some of its famed
tilt, will open its doors to visitors for the first time at night,
kicking off a series of night tours throughout the summer. REUTERS/
Antonio Denti

VP
PISA
RTXKXX8
December 15, 2001
Tourists admire the city of Pisa from the top of the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle...
Pisa, Italy
Tourists admire the city of Pisa from the top of the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli (M.....
Tourists admire the city of Pisa from the top of the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) December 15, 2001. [The leaning tower reopened to tourists on Saturday, ending 11 years of closure for restoration after engineers judged it too fragile and unstable.]
PISA
RTXKXX7
December 15, 2001
Tourists prepare to enter the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) December...
Pisa, Italy
Tourists prepare to enter the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) December.....
Tourists prepare to enter the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) December 15, 2001. [The leaning tower reopened to tourists on Saturday, ending 11 years of closure for restoration after engineers judged it too fragile and unstable.]
PISA
RTXKXX6
December 15, 2001
Tourists admire the view of Pisa and the Dome from the top of the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei...
Pisa, Italy
Tourists admire the view of Pisa and the Dome from the top of the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza de.....
Tourists admire the view of Pisa and the Dome from the top of the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) December 15, 2001. [The leaning tower reopened to tourists on Saturday, ending 11 years of closure for restoration after engineers judged it too fragile and unstable. The picture is a composite made using computer software to show a panoramic view.]
PISA
RTXKXX5
December 15, 2001
A tourist climbs inside the leaning tower of Pisa to reach the top December 15, 2001. [The leaning tower...
Pisa, Italy
A tourist climbs inside the leaning tower of Pisa to reach the top December 15, 2001. [The leaning t.....
A tourist climbs inside the leaning tower of Pisa to reach the top December 15, 2001. [The leaning tower reopened to tourists on Saturday, ending 11 years of closure for restoration after engineers judged it too fragile and unstable.]
PISA
RTXKXX4
December 15, 2001
A tourist admires the view of Pisa and the Dome from the top of the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei...
Pisa, Italy
A tourist admires the view of Pisa and the Dome from the top of the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza .....
A tourist admires the view of Pisa and the Dome from the top of the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) December 15, 2001. [The leaning tower reopened to tourists on Saturday, ending 11 years of closure for restoration after engineers judged it too fragile and unstable.]
PISA
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December 15, 2001
A television cameraman takes pictures of the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square)...
Pisa, Italy
A television cameraman takes pictures of the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle S.....
A television cameraman takes pictures of the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) and the Dome December 15, 2001. [The leaning tower reopened to tourists on Saturday, ending 11 years of closure for restoration after engineers judged it too fragile and unstable.]
PISA
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December 15, 2001
A group of young people wearing medieval dress wait to enter and climb the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza...
Pisa, Italy
A group of young people wearing medieval dress wait to enter and climb the leaning tower of Pisa in .....
A group of young people wearing medieval dress wait to enter and climb the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) December 15, 2001. [The leaning tower reopened to tourists on Saturday, ending 11 years of closure for restoration after engineers judged it too fragile and unstable.]
ITALY LEANING TOWER
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December 15, 2001
Tourists admire the city of Pisa from the top of the leaning tower of
Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle...
Pisa, Italy
TOURISTS HAVE A VIEW FROM THE TOP OF THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA AFTER
THE REOPENING.
Tourists admire the city of Pisa from the top of the leaning tower of
Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) December 15, 2001. The
leaning tower reopened to tourists on Saturday, ending 11 years of
closure for restoration after engineers judged it too fragile and
unstable. REUTERS/Paolo Cocco

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ITALY LEANING TOWER
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December 15, 2001
Tourists prepare to enter the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei
Miracoli (Miracle Square) December...
Pisa, Italy
TOURISTS ENTER THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA AFTER THE REOPENING.
Tourists prepare to enter the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei
Miracoli (Miracle Square) December 15, 2001. The leaning tower reopened
to tourists on Saturday, ending 11 years of closure for restoration
after engineers judged it too fragile and unstable. REUTERS/Paolo
Cocco

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ITALY LEANING TOWER
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December 15, 2001
Tourists admire the view of Pisa and the Dome from the top of the
leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei...
Pisa, Italy
TOURISTS ADMIRES THE VIEW OF PISA FROM THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA.
Tourists admire the view of Pisa and the Dome from the top of the
leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) December
15, 2001. The leaning tower reopened to tourists on Saturday, ending 11
years of closure for restoration after engineers judged it too fragile
and unstable. The picture is a composite made using computer software
to show a panoramic view. REUTERS/Paolo Cocco

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ITALY LEANING TOWER
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December 15, 2001
A tourist climbs inside the leaning tower of Pisa to reach the top
December 15, 2001. The leaning tower...
Pisa, Italy
A TOURIST CLIMBS THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA.
A tourist climbs inside the leaning tower of Pisa to reach the top
December 15, 2001. The leaning tower reopened to tourists on Saturday,
ending 11 years of closure for restoration after engineers judged it
too fragile and unstable. REUTERS/Paolo Cocco

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ITALY LEANING TOWER
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December 15, 2001
Two men wearing medieval dress stand guard at the leaning tower of Pisa
in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle...
Pisa, Italy
PEOPLE WEARING MEDIEVAL DRESS STAND AT THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA.
Two men wearing medieval dress stand guard at the leaning tower of Pisa
in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) before the official reopening
December 15, 2001. The leaning tower reopen to tourists on Saturday,
ending 11 years of closure for restoration after engineers judged it
too fragile and unstable. REUTERS/Paolo Cocco

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ITALY LEANING TOWER
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December 15, 2001
Citizens from Pisa hang a banner which reads "The Tower Reopens" in
Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square)...
Pisa, Italy
CITIZENS ANNOUNCE THE REOPENING OF THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA WITH A
LARGE BANNER.
Citizens from Pisa hang a banner which reads "The Tower Reopens" in
Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) December 15, 2001. The leaning
tower of Pisa reopened to tourists on Saturday, ending 11 years of
closure for restoration after engineers judged it too fragile and
unstable. REUTERS/Paolo Cocco

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ITALY LEANING TOWER
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December 15, 2001
A tourist admires the view of Pisa and the Dome from the top of the
leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza...
Pisa, Italy
A TOURIST ADMIRES THE VIEW OF PISA FROM THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA.
A tourist admires the view of Pisa and the Dome from the top of the
leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) December
15, 2001. The leaning tower reopened to tourists on Saturday, ending 11
years of closure for restoration after engineers judged it too fragile
and unstable. REUTERS/Paolo Cocco

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ITALY LEANING TOWER
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December 15, 2001
A television cameraman takes pictures of the leaning tower of Pisa in
Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square)...
Pisa, Italy
CAMERAMAN WORKS IN THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA.
A television cameraman takes pictures of the leaning tower of Pisa in
Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) and the Dome December 15, 2001.
The leaning tower reopened to tourists on Saturday, ending 11 years of
closure for restoration after engineers judged it too fragile and
unstable. REUTERS/Paolo Cocco

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ITALY LEANING TOWER
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December 15, 2001
A group of young people wearing medieval dress wait to enter and climb
the leaning tower of Pisa in...
Pisa, Italy
A GROUP OF YOUNG PEOPLE WAIT TO ENTER LEANING TOWER OF PISA.
A group of young people wearing medieval dress wait to enter and climb
the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square)
December 15, 2001. The leaning tower reopened to tourists on Saturday,
ending 11 years of closure for restoration after engineers judged it
too fragile and unstable. REUTERS/Paolo Cocco

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ITALY
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December 14, 2001
Tourists admire the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) December 14, 2001....
Rome, Italy
Tourists admire the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) December 14, 2001......
Tourists admire the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) December 14, 2001. The leaning tower will be reopened to tourists on December 15 with an official ceremony, ending 11 years of closure for restoration after engineers judged it too fragile and unstable.
ITALY LEANING TOWER
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December 14, 2001
Souvernirs representing the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei
Miracoli (Miracle Square) are on sale...
Rome, Italy
SOUVENIRS OF THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA ARE SEEN IN A PISA SHOP.
Souvernirs representing the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei
Miracoli (Miracle Square) are on sale in a shop in Pisa December 14,
2001. The leaning tower was closed to tourists 11 years ago for
restoration after engineers judged it too fragile and unstable and will
be reopened on December 15 with a an official ceremony. REUTERS/Paolo
Cocco

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ITALY LEANING TOWER
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December 14, 2001
Tourists admire the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli
(Miracle Square) December 14, 2001....
Rome, Italy
TOURISTS ADMIRE THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA.
Tourists admire the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei Miracoli
(Miracle Square) December 14, 2001. The leaning tower will be reopened
to tourists on December 15 with an official ceremony, ending 11 years
of closure for restoration after engineers judged it too fragile and
unstable. REUTERS/Paolo Cocco

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ITALY LEANING TOWER
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December 14, 2001
A tourist takes a snapshot of the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei
Miracoli (Miracle Square) December...
Rome, Italy
TOURIST TAKES A SNAPSHOT OF THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA.
A tourist takes a snapshot of the leaning tower of Pisa in Piazza dei
Miracoli (Miracle Square) December 14, 2001. The leaning tower will be
reopened to tourists on December 15 with an official ceremony, ending
11 years of closure for restoration after engineers judged it too
fragile and unstable. REUTERS/Paolo Cocco

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