The Campanile, or bell tower, is made of pink, white and green marble and is a splendid example of Florentine gothic architecture. Construction began in 1334 by Giotto, however, despite its name, the architect only actually worked on it for three years before his death. Andrea Pisano picked up the work, and finished the first two floors. Francesco Talenti then completed it in 1359. The decorations and statues on the façade are extremely rich in details. Climb to the top to admire the stunning vistas over Florence.
Campanile di Giotto, Via della Canonica, Florence, Italy, +39 055 2302885