What Is the Leaning Tower of Pisa Made of?

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The leaning tower of Pisa was constructed with limestone and lime mortar. The exterior part of the tower is covered using marble. The tower located in Pisa, Italy, and it is famous just because it leans. It was however closed to the public in 1990 due to fears that it might fall.
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Hi, I looked on the Internet but i am not for sure but i think that it is made of white marble and some cement.
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it was built as a normal vertical tower and over time , the ground on one side of the foundation settled and the tower began to tilt. The tilt increased over a long period of time
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1. Pay for admission at the Cathedral Square ticket booth for €15. (Prices her are accurate as of August 2009, with 1 euro equal to about 1.4 U.S. dollars. You can also buy a
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The tower is made of marble, lime, and stones then laid on ground
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