The Leaning Tower of Pisa was not suppose to lean at all!
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is the famous tower, in Italy, that began to lean in the year 1173.
This tower was suppose to be the bell tower for the Cathedral of Pisa.
Architects realized that the tower was leaning when they had finished building one and a half meters of the third floor.
They decided to wait to wait to fix it because a war had broken out in Florence in 1272.
One hundred years later, the people from Pisa got back to the project.
They added four more stories to help straighten it; however, it did not help.
The lean was caused by the sandy soil that the tower was built on.
The Tower of Pisa stands about 60 meters.