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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
RTXKXX3 
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
RTXKXX2 
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
RTRQC9T 
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

PC 
ITALY LEANING TOWER
RTRQC9Q 
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

PC 
ITALY LEANING TOWER
RTRQC7T 
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

PC 
ITALY LEANING TOWER
RTRQC6K 
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

PC 
ITALY LEANING TOWER
RTRQC68 
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

PC 
ITALY LEANING TOWER
RTRQC5W 
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

PC 
ITALY LEANING TOWER
RTRQC5P 
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

PC 
ITALY LEANING TOWER
RTRQC5J 
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

PC 
ITALY LEANING TOWER
RTRQC54 
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

PC 
ITALY
RTXKYRK 
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
RTRQBKX 
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

PC 
ITALY LEANING TOWER
RTRQBK6 
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

PC/CRB 
ITALY LEANING TOWER
RTRQBJ0 
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

PC/CRB 
PISA
RTXKTEX 
October 03, 2001 
The leaning tower of Pisa is shown in a pink light as part of an international project for the world... 
Pisa, Italy 
The leaning tower of Pisa is shown in a pink light as part of an international project for the world..... 
The leaning tower of Pisa is shown in a pink light as part of an international project for the world day into [breast cancer research ]October 3, 2001. [The project involves about 200 monuments, including New York's Empire State Building, around the world that will all be] illuminatd by the same pink light. 
PISA
RTXKL4H 
June 16, 2001 
Pisa's citizen walks past the famous leaning tower after the official opening ceremony that marks the... 
Pisa, Italy 
Pisa's citizen walks past the famous leaning tower after the official opening ceremony that marks th..... 
Pisa's citizen walks past the famous leaning tower after the official opening ceremony that marks the end of its restoration in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) June 16, 2001. In a ceremony taking place today, 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. 
PISA
RTXKL4G 
June 16, 2001 
Boys with medieval dress stand in front of the famous leaning tower of Pisa during the official opening... 
Pisa, Italy 
Boys with medieval dress stand in front of the famous leaning tower of Pisa during the official open..... 
Boys with medieval dress stand in front of the famous leaning tower of Pisa during the official opening ceremony marking the end of restoration in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) June 16, 2001. In a ceremony taking place today, 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. 
PISA
RTXKL4F 
June 16, 2001 
The famous leaning tower of Pisa is seen during the official opening ceremony marking the end of its... 
Pisa, Italy 
The famous leaning tower of Pisa is seen during the official opening ceremony marking the end of its..... 
The famous leaning tower of Pisa is seen during the official opening ceremony marking the end of its restoration in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) June 16, 2001. In a ceremony taking place today, 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. 
ITALY LEANING TOWER
RTR14724 
June 16, 2001 
The famous leaning tower of Pisa is seen during the official opening ceremony marking the end of its... 
Pisa, Italy 
OFFICIAL OPENING OF LEANING TOWER OF PISA IN PIAZZA DEI MIRACOLI. 
The famous leaning tower of Pisa is seen during the official opening ceremony marking the end of its restoration in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) June 16, 2001. In a ceremony taking place today, 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.

VP/AA 
ITALY LEANING TOWER
RTRJNFJ 
June 16, 2001 
Pisa's citizen walks past the famous leaning tower after the official
opening ceremony that marks the... 
Pisa, Italy 
THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA AFTER OFFICIAL OPENING IN PIAZZA DEI
MIRACOLI. 
Pisa's citizen walks past the famous leaning tower after the official
opening ceremony that marks the end of its restoration in Piazza dei
Miracoli (Miracle Square) June 16, 2001. In a ceremony taking place today,
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. REUTERS/STR

VP 
ITALY LEANING TOWER
RTRJNFD 
June 16, 2001 
Boys with medieval dress stand in front of the famous leaning tower of Pisa during the official opening... 
Pisa, Italy 
LEANING TOWER OF PISA DURING THE OFFICIAL OPENING IN PIAZZA DEI MIRACOLI. 
Boys with medieval dress stand in front of the famous leaning tower of Pisa during the official opening ceremony marking the end of restoration in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) June 16, 2001. In a ceremony taking place today, 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.

VP/CRB 
ITALY PIZA
RTRJNEX 
June 16, 2001 
Page-boys Letizia and Francesco (R) show the key in front of the famous leaning tower of Pisa during... 
Pisa, Italy 
THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA DURING THE OFFICIAL OPENING IN PIAZZA DEI MIRACOLI. 
Page-boys Letizia and Francesco (R) show the key in front of the famous leaning tower of Pisa during the official opening ceremony marking the end of restoration in Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracle Square) June 16, 2001. In a ceremony taking place today, 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.

VP 
PISA
RTXKKB3 
June 15, 2001 
Tourists stroll under the famous leaning tower of Pisa June 15, 2001. In a ceremony taking place at the... 
Pisa, Italy 
Tourists stroll under the famous leaning tower of Pisa June 15, 2001. In a ceremony taking place at ..... 
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. 
PISA
RTXKKB2 
June 15, 2001 
Tourists stroll under the famous leaning tower of Pisa June 15, 2001. In a ceremony taking place at the... 
Pisa, Italy 
Tourists stroll under the famous leaning tower of Pisa June 15, 2001. In a ceremony taking place at ..... 
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. 
ITALY
RTRJNCR 
June 15, 2001 
Tourists stroll under the famous leaning tower of Pisa June 15, 2001. In a ceremony taking place at the... 
Pisa, Italy 
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/GB 
ITALY LEANING TOWER
RTRJLCW 
June 15, 2001 
The famous leaning tower of Pisa is illuminated by candles during a test on June 15, 2001, the day before... 
Pisa, Italy (Italian Republic) 
THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA DURING THE TEST OF THE CANDLE LIGHTING. 
The famous leaning tower of Pisa is illuminated by candles during a test on June 15, 2001, the day before the official opening ceremony marking the end of restoration. In a ceremony taking place at the Tower on 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. BLIFE REUTERS/Carlo Fabbri VP/GB 
ZHU
RTXJUT2 
July 07, 2000 
Chinese Prime Minister Zhu Rongji (R) and his wife Lao An poses in front at the leaning Pisa's tower... 
Pisa, Italy 
Chinese Prime Minister Zhu Rongji (R) and his wife Lao An poses in front at the leaning Pisa's tower..... 
Chinese Prime Minister Zhu Rongji (R) and his wife Lao An poses in front at the leaning Pisa's tower July 7. Zhu Ronji is in Italy for a four day official visit and will travel to Florence and Venice over the next few days. 
ITALY CINA
RTR623Y 
July 07, 2000 
Chinese Prime Minister Zhu Rongji (R) and his wife Lao An poses in front at the leaning Pisa's tower... 
Pisa, Italy 
CHINESE PRIME MINISTER ZHU RONGJI VISIT PISA'S LEANING TOWER. 
Chinese Prime Minister Zhu Rongji (R) and his wife Lao An poses in front at the leaning Pisa's tower July 7. Zhu Ronji is in Italy for a four day official visit and will travel to Florence and Venice over the next few days.

VP/FMS 
ITALY PISA
RTR5EFN 
June 17, 2000 
Students wait to take their turn to visit June 17 the Leaning Tower of Pisa as it was reopened for the... 
Pisa, Italy 
STUDENTS SIT NEAR THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA. 
Students wait to take their turn to visit June 17 the Leaning Tower of Pisa as it was reopened for the first time in over 10 years. The works to straighten and strengthen the 14th century tower are expected to continue for another year before opening it up to the general public but a group of 200 students got the special viewing on the feast of the city's Patron Saint June 17.

PH/ME 
PISA
RTXJTO0 
June 16, 2000 
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is lit up with new lighting June 16. The Leaning Tower of Pisa, closed to the... 
Pisa, Italy 
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is lit up with new lighting June 16. The Leaning Tower of Pisa, closed to ..... 
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is lit up with new lighting June 16. The Leaning Tower of Pisa, closed to the public for the last decade, is leaning a little less (13 cm - 5.2 inches) these days. The work to consolidating the 14th century tower was expected to continue for about another year before reopening to the public, however, a group of some 200 Pisa's schoolchildren will make a special tour of the tower tomorrow on the feast of the city's patron saint. 
PISA
RTXJTNZ 
June 16, 2000 
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is seen through two big cables that bolster it June 16. The Leaning Tower of... 
Pisa, Italy 
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is seen through two big cables that bolster it June 16. The Leaning Tower ..... 
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is seen through two big cables that bolster it June 16. The Leaning Tower of Pisa, closed to the public for the last decade, is leaning a little less (13 cm - 5.2 inches) these days. The works to consolidating the 14th century tower was expected to continue for about another year before reopening to the public, however, a group of some 200 Pisa's schoolchildren will make a special tour of the tower tomorrow on the feast of the city's patron saint. 
ITALY PISA
RTR5E0A 
June 16, 2000 
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is lit up with new lighting June 16. The Leaning Tower of Pisa, closed to the... 
Pisa, Italy 
THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA WITH NEW LIGHTING. 
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is lit up with new lighting June 16. The Leaning Tower of Pisa, closed to the public for the last decade, is leaning a little less (13 cm - 5.2 inches) these days. The work to consolidating the 14th century tower was expected to continue for about another year before reopening to the public, however, a group of some 200 Pisa's schoolchildren will make a special tour of the tower tomorrow on the feast of the city's patron saint.

VP/FMS 
ITALY PISA
RTR5DWX 
June 16, 2000 
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is seen through two big cables that bolster it June 16. The Leaning Tower of... 
Pisa, Italy 
WORKERS AT THE BASE OF THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA. 
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is seen through two big cables that bolster it June 16. The Leaning Tower of Pisa, closed to the public for the last decade, is leaning a little less (13 cm - 5.2 inches) these days. The works to consolidating the 14th century tower was expected to continue for about another year before reopening to the public, however, a group of some 200 Pisa's schoolchildren will make a special tour of the tower tomorrow on the feast of the city's patron saint.

VP/ 
ITALY
RTXJS8R 
June 09, 2000 
FILE PICTURES 26JAN99 - Workers are shown at the base of the Leaning Tower of Pisa in this January 26... 
Pisa, Italy 
FILE PICTURES 26JAN99 - Workers are shown at the base of the Leaning Tower of Pisa in this January 2..... 
FILE PICTURES 26JAN99 - Workers are shown at the base of the Leaning Tower of Pisa in this January 26 1999 file photo. The Leaning Tower of Pisa, closed to the public for the last decade, is leaning a little less (13 cm - 5.2 inches) these days and now inclining some 13cm less than it was in January 1999, a spokesman for a consolidation project to save the tower said on Friday. 
ITALY-PISA
RTR54JD 
June 09, 2000 
FILE PICTURES 26JAN99 - Workers are shown at the base of the Leaning Tower of Pisa in this January 26... 
Pisa, Italy 
WORKERS AT THE BASE OF THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA. 
FILE PICTURES 26JAN99 - Workers are shown at the base of the Leaning Tower of Pisa in this January 26 1999 file photo. The Leaning Tower of Pisa, closed to the public for the last decade, is leaning a little less (13 cm - 5.2 inches) these days and now inclining some 13cm less than it was in January 1999, a spokesman for a consolidation project to save the tower said on Friday. BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE

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ITALY BLAIR
RTRQR2N 
August 10, 1999 
British Prime Minister Tony Blair visits the Leaning Tower of Pisa during a visit to the city August... 
Pisa, Italy 
BRITISH PRIME MINISTER TONY BLAIR VISITS PISA. 
British Prime Minister Tony Blair visits the Leaning Tower of Pisa during a visit to the city August 10. The Blairs are spending part of their holiday nearby at a private villa on the Tuscan coastline.

PH/JDP 
ITALY
RTXIPL5 
January 26, 1999 
Workers at the base of the Leaning Tower of Pisa prepare for the excavation under the Tower January 26.... 
Pisa, Italy 
Workers at the base of the Leaning Tower of Pisa prepare for the excavation under the Tower January ..... 
Workers at the base of the Leaning Tower of Pisa prepare for the excavation under the Tower January 26. The excavation works should begin in the coming days in attempt to stabilise the tower and coax it gently back towards the vertical. 
ITALY
RTXIPL4 
January 26, 1999 
Workers weld at the base of the Leaning Tower of Pisa as they prepare for an excavation under the tower... 
Pisa, Italy 
Workers weld at the base of the Leaning Tower of Pisa as they prepare for an excavation under the to..... 
Workers weld at the base of the Leaning Tower of Pisa as they prepare for an excavation under the tower January 26. The excavation should begin in the coming days in an attempt to stabilise the tower and coax it gently back towards a vertical position. 
ITALY
RTRLBTL 
January 26, 1999 
Workers weld at the base of the Leaning Tower of Pisa as they prepare for an excavation under the tower... 
Pisa, Italy 
WORKERS AT THE BASE OF THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA. 
Workers weld at the base of the Leaning Tower of Pisa as they prepare for an excavation under the tower January 26. The excavation should begin in the coming days in an attempt to stabilise the tower and coax it gently back towards a vertical position.

PC/KM 
ITALY
RTRLBTF 
January 26, 1999 
Workers at the base of the Leaning Tower of Pisa prepare for the excavation under the Tower January 26.... 
Pisa, Italy 
WORKERS AT THE BASE OF THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA. 
Workers at the base of the Leaning Tower of Pisa prepare for the excavation under the Tower January 26. The excavation works should begin in the coming days in attempt to stabilise the tower and coax it gently back towards the vertical.

PC/WS 
ITALY
RTXHT67 
December 11, 1998 
Workers anchor the Leaning Tower of Pisa by two giant steel "braces" in Pisa, December 11. An expert... 
Pisa, Italy 
Workers anchor the Leaning Tower of Pisa by two giant steel "braces" in Pisa, December 11. An expert..... 
Workers anchor the Leaning Tower of Pisa by two giant steel "braces" in Pisa, December 11. An expert commission decide on this solution to stabilise the tower and coax it fractionally back towards the vertical.The 103-metre (343-feet) plastic-coated cables are a safety measure to keep the gracious white tower upright should the excavation go wrong. ??» 
ITALY
RTXHT66 
December 11, 1998 
Workers ready the Leaning Tower of Pisa to take giant steel "braces" to protect the Renaissance bell... 
Pisa, Italy 
Workers ready the Leaning Tower of Pisa to take giant steel "braces" to protect the Renaissance bel..... 
Workers ready the Leaning Tower of Pisa to take giant steel "braces" to protect the Renaissance bell tower before undertaking excavation work designed to stabilise the tower and coax it fractionally back towards the vertical December 11. An expert commission is expected decide whether to give the green light to the latest scheme.
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ITALY
RTXHT63 
December 11, 1998 
Workers anchor the Leaning Tower of Pisa with two giant steel "braces" in Pisa, December 11. An expert... 
Pisa, Italy 
Workers anchor the Leaning Tower of Pisa with two giant steel "braces" in Pisa, December 11. An expe..... 
Workers anchor the Leaning Tower of Pisa with two giant steel "braces" in Pisa, December 11. An expert commission decide on this solution to stabilise the tower and coax it fractionally back towards the vertical.The 103-metre (343-feet) plastic-coated cables are a safety measure to keep the gracious white tower upright should the excavation go wrong. ??» 
ITALY
RTXHT62 
December 11, 1998 
Workers in a crane ready the Leaning Tower of Pisa to take giant steel "braces" to protect the Renaissance... 
Pisa, Italy 
Workers in a crane ready the Leaning Tower of Pisa to take giant steel "braces" to protect the Rena..... 
Workers in a crane ready the Leaning Tower of Pisa to take giant steel "braces" to protect the Renaissance bell tower before undertaking excavation work designed to stabilise the tower and coax it fractionally back towards the vertical December 11. An expert commission is expected to ecide whether to give the green light to the latest scheme. The 103-metre (343-feet) plastic-coated cables are a safety measure to keep the gracious white tower upright should the excavation go horribly wrong. ??» 
ITALY
RTXHT61 
December 11, 1998 
The two giant steel "braces" are pictured in front of the Leaning Tower of Pisa December 11. An expert... 
Pisa, Italy 
The two giant steel "braces" are pictured in front of the Leaning Tower of Pisa December 11. An exp..... 
The two giant steel "braces" are pictured in front of the Leaning Tower of Pisa December 11. An expert commission has decided to give the green light to the latest scheme to straighten the Renaissance bell tower before undertaking excavation work designed to stabilise the tower and coax it fractionally back towards the vertical. Two 103 metre (338 feet) plastic-coated cables will be attached as a safety measure to keep the gracious white tower upright should excavation go horribly wrong. ??» 
ITALY LEANING TOWER
RTRK9A5 
December 11, 1998 
Workers anchor the Leaning Tower of Pisa with two giant steel "braces" in Pisa, December 11. An expert... 
Pisa, Italy 
THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA IS ANCHORED BY GIANT STEEL BRACES. 
Workers anchor the Leaning Tower of Pisa with two giant steel "braces" in Pisa, December 11. An expert commission decide on this solution to stabilise the tower and coax it fractionally back towards the vertical.The 103-metre (343-feet) plastic-coated cables are a safety measure to keep the gracious white tower upright should the excavation go wrong.

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ITALY LEANING TOWER
RTRK99I 
December 11, 1998 
Workers anchor the Leaning Tower of Pisa by two giant steel "braces" in Pisa, December 11. An expert... 
Pisa, Italy 
THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA IS ANCHORED BY GIANT STEEL BRACES. 
Workers anchor the Leaning Tower of Pisa by two giant steel "braces" in Pisa, December 11. An expert commission decide on this solution to stabilise the tower and coax it fractionally back towards the vertical.The 103-metre (343-feet) plastic-coated cables are a safety measure to keep the gracious white tower upright should the excavation go wrong.

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ITALY LEANING TOWER
RTRK99B 
December 11, 1998 
Workers in a crane ready the Leaning Tower of Pisa to take giant steel "braces" to protect the Renaissance... 
Pisa, Italy 
THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA IS READY TO BE ANCHORED GIANT STEEL BRACES. 
Workers in a crane ready the Leaning Tower of Pisa to take giant steel "braces" to protect the Renaissance bell tower before undertaking excavation work designed to stabilise the tower and coax it fractionally back towards the vertical December 11. An expert commission is expected to ecide whether to give the green light to the latest scheme. The 103-metre (343-feet) plastic-coated cables are a safety measure to keep the gracious white tower upright should the excavation go horribly wrong.

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ITALY LEANING TOWER
RTRK8TT 
December 11, 1998 
The two giant steel "braces" are pictured in front of the Leaning Tower of Pisa December 11. An expert... 
Pisa, Italy 
THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA IS READY TO BE SECURED BY GIANT STEEL BRACES. 
The two giant steel "braces" are pictured in front of the Leaning Tower of Pisa December 11. An expert commission has decided to give the green light to the latest scheme to straighten the Renaissance bell tower before undertaking excavation work designed to stabilise the tower and coax it fractionally back towards the vertical. Two 103 metre (338 feet) plastic-coated cables will be attached as a safety measure to keep the gracious white tower upright should excavation go horribly wrong.

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ITALY PISA
RTRK8RC 
December 11, 1998 
Workers ready the Leaning Tower of Pisa to take giant steel "braces" to protect the Renaissance bell... 
Pisa, Italy 
THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA IS REINFORCED BY GIANT STEEL BRACES. 
Workers ready the Leaning Tower of Pisa to take giant steel "braces" to protect the Renaissance bell tower before undertaking excavation work designed to stabilise the tower and coax it fractionally back towards the vertical December 11. An expert commission is expected decide whether to give the green light to the latest scheme.

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RTRGC17 
August 12, 1998 
Chinese professor Cao Shizhong shows how he plans to straighten Italy's famous Leaning Tower of Pisa... 
Italy 
CAO SHIZHONG SHOWS PLANS TO STRAIGHTEN LEANING TOWER OF PISA. 
Chinese professor Cao Shizhong shows how he plans to straighten Italy's famous Leaning Tower of Pisa August 12. Cao, who claims to have straightened 80 towers and pagodas in China, is in Italy to meet experts and discuss the tower, which is leaning dangerously due to subsidence at its base. He hopes to be given permission to pull the tower back to the position it had when it was built in 1350 - leaning, but not dangerously.

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RTRGC0Q 
August 12, 1998 
Chinese professor Cao Shizhong shows August 12 how he plans to straighten Italy's famous Leaning Tower... 
Italy 
CAO SHIZHONG SHOWS PLANS TO STRAIGHTEN LEANING TOWER OF PISA. 
Chinese professor Cao Shizhong shows August 12 how he plans to straighten Italy's famous Leaning Tower of Pisa. Cao, who claims to have straightened 80 towers and pagodas in China, is in Italy to meet experts and discuss the tower, which is leaning dangerously due to subsidence at its base. He hopes to be given permission to pull the tower back to the position it had when it was built in 1350 - leaning, but not dangerously.

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USA
RTXHRKW 
January 01, 1997 
The China Airlines, Ltd. float, titled "Sea to Shining Sea," moves along Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena,... 
The China Airlines, Ltd. float, titled "Sea to Shining Sea," moves along Colorado Boulevard in Pas..... 
The China Airlines, Ltd. float, titled "Sea to Shining Sea," moves along Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena, California, January 1 during the 1997 Tournament of Roses Parade. The float features historic landmarks from around the world such as the Statue of Liberty, Big Ben, the Eiffel Tower, a Chinese Gate, a Dutch windmill and the Leaning Tower of Pisa. 
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