There are certain parts of town I do not visit so often. Not because I do not want to, but I am too preoccupied with buying food for my existance. Looking never really feeds you. However, this afternoon I ventured into places where I do not usually go, because our cupboards are full and I did not have to feed anyone.
It was then I saw that our “wonky” tower was in scaffolding. When the architect designed it and when it was built in 1463 they must have been celebrating quite a liquid feast on the evening before as the result was not so symmetrical as it should have been and the various sides did not meet in the middle but were slightly out of line. Now just a little more than 600 years later they have perhaps decided to make a correction that it becomes straight and not so slanted. Or perhaps they are reinforcing it to make sure it does not topple.
After all what the Italians can do in Pisa, we Swiss in the town of Solothurn can do. much better.FOWC with Fandango: Magnitude