My wife & I (with the help of directions given by hotel) walked through a pleasant leafy residential part of south east Pisa, next to the River Arno, before reaching this gem of an architectural irregularity. This church tower is not nearly as high as the more famous Cathedral bell tower but still very impressive. We didn't have the opportunity to go inside but seeing the tower from the outside was most worthwhile.
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