It seems Jean-François Capdet from Saleilles is a fellow European :) He mailed me two photos I’m placing as we speak. It’s Pisa Tower photographed under two different angles. Some of you probably browsed our full archive and found original Pisa Tower Illusion, some of you that didn’t read carefully: We have all heard (or seen) about famous leaning tower of Pisa, but this awareness doesn’t make the illusion less interesting! If you look at the first photo you will get the opinion that the doorway (the arch) is leaning left, but when you see second photo, you’ll understand that the tower is originally leaning. The second picture is inside.
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