We spent the afternoon in Pisa, and, after a night's journey, arrived at Turin in the morning.
He opened the portfolio; it contained views of the Campo Santo at Pisa.
The failure of the Council of Pisa made it necessary to summon another congress of Christendom.
Scipio sailed along the coast by Genoa, and thence to Pisa, where he landed.
The Williamses would remain at Pisa, if she and he decided to remain there.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is one of the famous structures of the world.
But to such an one Pisa can never be more than a vision, vanished as soon as seen, in the heat of midday or the shadow of evening.
In 1609 he received an invitation to return to his original situation at Pisa.
After his father died, his mother took the family to Pisa to live.
Full of this idea I called on Therese and found she was at Pisa.
Italian city, from Etruscan, of uncertain meaning. Related: Pisan.