Ficarolo and Pisa will be united by the twinning of the hanging towers.
Leaning towers are very common in Italy. Many of these curious buildings populate our beautiful country. The most famous "crooked tower" in Italy and the world is that of Pisa, but many others have nothing to envy to it.
The bell tower of Ficarolo it is a structure that seems challenge the laws of physics for almost 250 years. The construction, so slender and slender, seems unable to bear such a slope. This peculiarity makes our tower a a truly unique architectural example in the world.
The presence of these two buildings so singular, has brought the two realities of Ficarolo and Pisa to one discussion table, the first of its kind in Italy. After long talks, this led to the creation of a real one Twinning of the Hanging Towers.
The ratification of this agreement was recently reached and will be celebrated with the classic first April fish lunch in the coming weeks.