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article imageVideo: Watch the famed leaning tower of Pisa finally fall over

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By André R. Gignac     Jun 28, 2012 in Odd News
The leaning Tower of Pisa has fallen over! In dominoes, that is. Watch here as FlippyCat, a renowned producer of domino effects, builds a tower with thousands of dominoes and destroys it in seconds.
The real Tower of Pisa is said to be secure for at least another two to three hundred years, but it will one day kiss the ground. For now, your only chance to see the chaos is through the magical hands of domino artist FlippyCat, who is said to be taking seriously his anonymity on the web.
That did not stop him though from writing back to the Atlantic's John Metcalfe, who wanted to know where on earth this artist could be found.
It turns out the guy is a Canadian, living in Winnipeg.
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