St. Mark's Campanile

Originally built at the beginning of the 16th century as an addition to St. Mark's Basilica, Campanile di San Marco once served as a lighthouse for sailors arriving in Venice.
However, its real claim to fame is its connection to Galileo Galilei, who demonstrated his revolutionary telescope at the top of Campanile di San Marco.

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