The Leaning tower of Pisa is the bell tower of the Santa Maria Assunta’s Cathedral, in the famous Piazza del Duomo in Pisa (called Piazza dei Miracoli), it is within the iconic symbols of Italy and has been proposed as one of the seven wonders of the modern world. It is 57 meters high, and was built over the course of two centuries, between twelfth and fourteenth century. The leaning is due to a breakdown of the underlying land that occurred already in the early stages of construction. Every year it is visited by 3,000,000 million tourists.
|TOTAL PROJECT DEVELOPING TIME||1 year|
|TOTAL LDD DEVELOPING TIME||35 h|
|MAN HOURS TIME FOR BUILDING||300 h|
|TOTAL WEIGHT||70 kg (155 lb)|
|TOTAL HEIGHT||1.75 mt (5.7 ft)|
|TOTAL LEDS FOR LIGHTING||720|