Leaning Tower of Zaragoza Memorial in Zaragoza, Spain

This statue of a small, lonely boy looks toward a once-famous leaning tower that's been missing from Zaragoza's skyline for more than a century.

Built in 1504, the 262-foot-tall (at its peak) tower began leaning soon after it was finished, likely because of its hasty construction. It kept tilting over time, looking as though it could topple over at any second. The tower became one of the most famous leaning towers in Europe and was said to rival the Leaning Tower of Pisa.

By the 19th...

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