云岩寺塔 (Yúnyán Sìtă), the Tiger Hill Pagoda, is the centerpiece of Tiger Hill, one of China’s most-visited tourist sites. The tower is almost-but-not-quite-as-leany as its Pisa cousin, but it’s a few centuries older, so that’s 1-1.
Tiger Hill is a beautiful oasis in the ancient city of Sūzhōu which, in other news, is known as the “Venice of the East” for its elaborate canal system and general beauty, not least of its famous gardens. But hey, who says you can’t be two Italian cities at the same time?
The area has many other sights, including the Sword Pond, rumored to contain thousands of precious swords, and an impressive bonsai tree garden.
Additional fun fact: There are several towers that lean even more than these two famous ones, in Germany, New Zealand, and the United Arab Emirates - but the latter two are cheating - they were built to lean!
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