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  • 1 Palace of the Clock

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    P.za dei Cavalieri I - 56126 Pisa

    This palace was built by Giorgio Vasari in 1607 on two old buildings incorporating the remains of the Tower, known as the Famous one (della Fame): in this tower, so the story goes, the count Ugolino della Gherardesca, commander of the Pisa fleet, was..

  • 2 Church of St Paul on the bank of the Arno

    Religious buildings

    P.za San-Paolo-a-Ripa-d'Arno I - 56125 Pisa

    A pretty facade with a triple gallery of columns, adornments of alternating black and white marble, blind arcades decorating the sides: this is pure Pisa Romanesque style. To the side is a curious little brick octagonal building topped with a pyramid..

  • 3 Church of St Michael

    Religious buildings

    Borgo Stretto I - 56127 Pisa

    The transition between Romanesque and Gothic in Pisa? Look no further for this facade has an austere lower part, while in the upper parts open happiness reigns supreme!

  • 4 Church of St Sepulchre

    Religious buildings

    Lungarno Galilei I - 56125 Pisa

    This was built in the 12C by Diotisalvi in an octagonal form with a pyramidal roof. Inside, there is an ambulatory and central chancel with a noble allure. At the foot of the altar rests Marie Mancini, niece of Mazarin, loved by Louis XIV and a victi..

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