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Attractions in Pisa

There are plenty of sites to see and places to visit on your vacation in Pisa. Below you’ll find information on the most interesting tourist attractions and must-see destinations in Pisa and the surrounding area.

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A sinopia is the sketch made for a fresco before the painting is actually created, kind of like a blue print for the masterpieces that grace the walls and ceilings of many of Pisa’s churches and palaces. Sketches were first done on a coat of plaster...MORE INFO
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The Palio of the Archers, or Palio di Pescia, is an annual archery competition in which the city’s four districts compete in the main square....MORE INFO
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The iconic Leaning Tower of Pisa is the freestanding bell tower of the city’s cathedral, well known for its lean of approximately 4 degrees. Prior to 1990, the tower actually leaned 5.5 degrees. The leaning is due to an unstable foundation that couldn’t...MORE INFO
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The Cathedral Square in Pisa is the main square of the city where the most important and historic buildings stand tall around the perimeter. The square is also known as the Square of Miracles as nicknamed in one of poet Gabriele d’Annunzio’s novels....MORE INFO
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The Day of San Sisto honors both the saint and the old Republic of Pisa with the laying of a laurel wreath in the church and later a reading by an important member of Pisan society. ...MORE INFO
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Knights’ Square is the second most important square in Pisa, just behind the Square of Miracles. In Medieval Pisa, the Knights’ Square was the political center of the city and the headquarters of the Order of the Knights of St. Stephen. It is now home...MORE INFO
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On the banks of the Arno River, the small Church of St. Mary of the Thorn is a beautiful white, bricked church sculpted with delicate spires and rode windows. A sense of harmony and tranquility washes over visitors as they enter. The church was built...MORE INFO
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This event honors the life of the saint with floating candles on the Arno River and candles decorating monuments and buildings. ...MORE INFO
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Like many buildings in Pisa, the Agostini palace tilts a little bit to the right due to shifting ground conditions. The Agostini palace sits along the Arno River and is one of the oldest buildings in Pisa. Made from terracotta with beautiful architectural...MORE INFO
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Sitting on the bank of the Arno River, St. Peter’s Church on the Quay is a Romanesque basilica built on the spot that St. Peter set foot in Italy. Decorated in the Norman style that is typical throughout much of Pisa, this church has an interesting façade...MORE INFO

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