The Leaning Tower of Pisa was stabilized with a massive engineering operation that took place in the 90s, in the attempt to stop the monument from falling. In fact, by the end of the 80s, the Tower was slowly heading toward its catastrophic collapse.
The Monument has been closed to the public for the entire duration of the works (over a decade: 1990 - 2001).

Here is how they stabilized it...

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This is probably one of the most asked questions... to the point that Google gives a straight answer: 57 meters.
However, you should not always believe what you are told and - just for this time - you should not trust even Google.

Why?
...because GOOGLE IS WRONG on this one: the Leaning Tower of Pisa is NOT 57 meters tall...

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There are 257 steps to get from the bottom of the Tower to the bells chamber and 12 more steps to enter the Tower itself.
How do we know? ...we went there and counted ourselves!

Believe it or not, no one is reporting this fact right… neither Wikipedia nor Google and not even the signs in “Piazza dei Miracoli” in Pisa, where the Tower stands... or for better use of words, leans.
So we went there and we counted the steps one by one ON VIDEO!

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When you stand on the square underneath the Leaning Tower, you cannot help appreciating his majesty. It stands tall and it leans upon you. There is something magic about it.
The entire monument is made out of solid rock. You look at it from the bottom up and you cannot really grasp how much work it must have been necessary to put all that together.
On top of that, each stone is different. There are literally thousands of little details and features sculpted in the white marble!

You are enchanted by its beauty. Then a question arises... 

How does it look on the inside?

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In 2018 the Leaning Tower of Pisa is going to be 845 years old.
...this if you count its age starting from the beginning of construction in 1173.
If you were to count from the year the construction was completed, the tower would then be much younger.

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