How Tall Is The Leaning Tower Of Pisa?

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The Glamorous,Fantastic, and amazing Leaning Tower of Pisa Is 54.4 meters tall .It would also Still be the same height if it was not leaning .
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Even if the tower in the city of Pisa, italy, did not lean, it would be quite marvel. It is built entirely of white marble. The walls are 4 meters thick at its base. It has 8 stories and is 54.5 meters high.

There is a stairway built into the walls consisting of three hundred steps, which leads to the top. And by the way, those people who climb these stairs to the top get a magnificent view of the city and of the sea.
At the top, the tower is 5 meters out of the perpendicular. In other words, it 'leans' over by 5 meters. If you were to stand on the top and drop the stone to the ground, it would hit 5 meters away from the wall at the bottom of the tower.

What makes it lean? No body really knows the answer. Of course, it was not supposed to lean when it was built; it was supposed to stand straight. It was intended as a bell tower for the cathedral which is nearby and begun in 1174 and finished in 1350.
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8 story
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10 feet
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The leaning tower of pisa is very gud  it iz alwsome an it is very talll datz miii answeR

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