Today's picture on my Italy calendar is the Pisa Baptistry - something I missed on my one visit to Italy. Here's a little about it from Wikipedia ...
The Baptistry of St. John (Italian: Battistero di San Giovanni) is a religious building in Pisa, Italy .... completed in 1363. It's the second building, in the chronological order, in the Piazza dei Miracoli [Square of Miracles], near the Cathedral [the Duomo] and the famous Leaning Tower. The architect was Diotisalvi .... Constructed on the same unstable sand as the Tower, the Baptistry (as well as the Cathedral) leans 0.6 degrees toward the cathedral.
And some pics ....
- the entrance to the Baptistry
- the Baptistry, the Cathedral, and the Leaning Tower (click to enlarge)