St Mark's Campanile is the chime tower of St Mark's Basilica in Venice, Italy, situated in the Piazza San Marco. It is a standout amongst the most conspicuous images of the city.The tower is 98.6 meters 323 ft tall, and remains solitary in a side of St Mark's Square, close to the front of the basilica. It has a basic shape, the greater part of which is a fluted block square shaft, 12 meters 39 ft wide on each side and 50 meters 160 ft tall, above which is a loggia encompassing the spire, lodging five chimes.
The spire is beaten by a 3D shape, interchange appearances of which demonstrate the Lion of St. Check and the female portrayal of Venice. The pinnacle is topped by a pyramidal tower, at the highest point of which sits a brilliant weathervane as the lead celestial host Gabriel. The campanile achieved its present shape in 1514. The present pinnacle was reproduced in its present frame in 1912 after the crumple of 1902.