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Pisa starts to lose its lean Work is starting on the latest plan to save Pisa's famous Leaning Tower. Max Soudain reports.

This month, two massive steel A-frames will be erected on anchor blocks some 100m to the north of Pisa's Leaning Tower. This is the first stage of the latest plan to stabilise the tower and form a semi-permanent solution to the problem of its lean.

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