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After struggling substantial intervals of injury and restoration in excess of the course of its very long heritage, the 98.6 metre high Campanile di San Marco (Saint Marks Bell Tower) in Venice collapsed to the floor on July 14th, 1902. The sole fatality was Melampyge, the caretakers cat. – wonderful

After suffering substantial periods of damage and restoration over the course of its long history, the 98.6 metre high Campanile di San Marco (Saint Mark’s Bell Tower) in Venice collapsed to the ground on July 14th, 1902. The sole fatality was Melampyge, the caretaker’s cat.

Immediately after suffering sizeable intervals of hurt and restoration around the training course of its prolonged heritage, the 98.6 metre large Campanile di San Marco (Saint Mark’s Bell Tower) in Venice collapsed to the floor on July 14th, 1902. The sole fatality was Melampyge, the caretaker’s cat. – incredible