Tuesday, February 4, 2014


This is the leaning tower of St Walfridus church in Bedum, a town in the northeastern Netherlands. 

Foto: P. v.d. Wal Bedum
NL-2287427, sent by Martha.
The church was founded ca. 1050 and was completed in the 12th century. Of this romanesque church only the tower remains.
The 36-metre tower has been calculated as now leaning at a greater angle than the leaning tower of Pisa. If both towers were the same height, Bedum's would have a greater displacement by 6 cm. 

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