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This Fallen Angel Sculpture in Pisa Has Six-Pack Abs to Die For!

I love this Fallen Angel sculpture in Pisa. Lying with his broken head down, the angel with well-sculpted abs still looks flawless, despite the fall. 😉 His left wing is unscathed but the right one is misplaced (covering his private) and half buried in the green bermuda grass. And oh, his lower body is missing. It must have landed in  someone’s roof or backyard. Some people are just damn lucky, eh? 😀 Hope they’ll return those legs and arms to where they should belong. 😀

The Fallen Angel sculpture in Pisa is just a few meters from the world-famous tower – the Leaning Tower. 

The Fallen Angel Sculpture in Pisa (by Igor Mitoraj).

The Fallen Angel Sculpture in Pisa (by Igor Mitoraj).

You can’t miss it – if you have eyes that don’t only focus on the leaning tower. 

The Fallen Angel Sculpture in Pisa (by Igor Mitoraj).

The Fallen Angel Sculpture in Pisa (by Igor Mitoraj).

Look at those six-pack abs! Can you really miss it for the world? I’d do eveything to have those abs come alive! LOL 😀 

The Fallen Angel Sculpture in Pisa (by Igor Mitoraj).

The Fallen Angel Sculpture in Pisa (by Igor Mitoraj).

From the top of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the fallen angel looks tiny, of course.

The Fallen Angel Statue in Pisa (by Igor Mitoraj).

The Fallen Angel Statue in Pisa (by Igor Mitoraj).

I have no idea who the fallen angel is. Who do you think? Is it Michael, Gabriel, Raphael, Uriel, Raguel, Remiel or Sariel? Or maybe, just another hot angel kicked out from heaven. 😀

The Fallen Angel Statue in Pisa (by Igor Mitoraj).

The Fallen Angel Statue in Pisa (by Igor Mitoraj).

The Fallen Angel statue is made by a Polish artist, Igor Mitoraj

Where to stay – Hostel in Pisa

The best hostel I’ve stayed in Italy is Hostel Pisa. It’s a bit pricey (not your regular hostel price) but it’s worth it for a night of stay. There’s really not much to do in the city, except the area around where the leaning tower is. The hostel is clean and the staff are amazing. They have a restaurant/cafe that turns into a bar at night. They’ve got a small souvenir shop, too. Wifi connection is ok all over the hostel and they have a small elevator. It would take 20-30 minutes walk to the leaning tower, passing through a bridge and seeing numerous local shops. I’d recommend you to walk because it’s a great way to get to know the city and its people.

The main train station is just 5-7 minutes from Hostel Pisa. You can book via HostelWorld and Booking.com.

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