My wife and I have been to Pisa several times in the past 12 years and have been to Piazza dei Miracoli every time. Seeing it once was enough. It has become so incredibly crowded – people, people everywhere and street vendors to service all those people – that it has become almost pointless to stop there. It reminded me of the opening day of a county fair – humans from horizon to horizon. The only part of Piazza dei Miracoli that we still enjoy is the cathedral, which fortunately for us remains uncrowded most of the time. We enjoy sitting in the solitude of the lovely cathedral and contemplating the genius of Galileo, who discovered the physics of the pendulum there
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