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Campanile

A bell tower or any tower containing a bell, generally attached to a church. A campanile is generally associated with an Italian or Roman Catholic church, and is often free-standing. See also Belfry.

   
 
Trinity College - Dublin - Ireland (1850)
     
Sant' Apollinare in Classe - Ravenna - Italy - (5th c.)
 
       
 
Siena Cathedral - Italy (13th c.)
 
Cathedral of Notre Dame - France
 
Giotto - Duomo - Florence - Italy (1334)
 
       
 
Baroque - San Juan de Dios - Granada - Spain
 
St. Denis - Paris - France (12th c.)
 
Siena Cathedral - Italy (13th c.)
 
       
 
Sé Cathedral - Lisbon - Portugal (12th c.)
 
St. Denis - Paris - France (12th c.)
 
Siena Cathedral - Italy (13th c.)