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Alexander John Ellis 
Pisa. The Leaning Tower, Eastern Extremity of the Cathedral, & top of Baptistery, from the top of the City Walls, North East of the Cathedral 
1841, 25 June, 7.23-7.31 am 
National Science and Media Museum 
Part of the Ellis group of daguerreotypes, Inventory no: 1890-56-Ps3 
Landscape view of Pisa cathedral, in portrait orientation, from the east end. View of the Leaning Tower with six storeys of arcading visible, and what looks like piles of pale stones or rubble around the base. The top of the Baptistry and the cathedral's Eastern extremity is seen to the right. Image taken from the tops of the city walls. In the foreground to the right is (what looks like) a domestic building with a rounded doorway, then windows to the right. 

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