Feb 10, 2012
The battle of leaning towers: Germany wins
Germany and Switzerland have long been known as bastions of cool efficiency, where the trains run on time, locals scold visitors for jaywalking and everything works.
Plea to save German 'leaning tower'
The famous leaning tower of the Church of Our Dear Ladies on the Hill in Bad Frankenhausen, Germany is scheduled for demolition if funds to stabilize the tower cannot be raised.
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More crooked than Pisa's leaning tower and also on shaky ground
Listing some 4.5 meters from the perpendicular, the disused structure is sliding ever closer to collapse.
German spire out-leans Pisa
The leaning tower of Bad Frankenhausen in the German state of Thuringia has tilted since at least 1640, and it now leans at an angle of 4.8 degrees -- sharper than the more famous tower in Pisa, Italy, which has only a 3.9 degree slant.
Experts: German leaning tower in peril
Experts say a 183-foot-high leaning church tower in Bad Frankenhausen, Germany, may soon topple due to the unstable ground.