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A group of tourists walks on the top of the leaning tower of Pisa 15 December 2001, the day of the official opening to the public after an 11-year closure for restoration after engineers judged the tower too fragile and unstable. For most of the past decade, the 54.5-meter tall marble monument was girdled in steel and anchored by a pair of slender steel "suspenders'' running across the surrounding square. By using hundreds of tons of counterweights at the base and extracting soil from under the foundation, engineers guided the tower back to where it was in 1838. AFP PHOTO ALBERTO PIZZOLI
ALBERTO PIZZOLI / AFP
 

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  • iamagic
    iamagic     

    Censure ou mauvais, très mauvais fonctionnement du site! Tous les modos en vacances, faut croire!!!

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