You shall count the towns and campaniles on the broad Lombardy.
Midnight sounds with an infinite melancholy from all the twenty campaniles of the city in the valley.
They say there are old majolica plates set in one of the campaniles here—trophies taken from the Moors ages ago.
Both this tower and that of the Dominican church show how long the general type of the earliest Romanesque campaniles went on.
On each side of this portico are two campaniles, or towers, whereof there was but one perfected, of admirable art.
These bells were made of coloured sugar and were hung in campaniles of barley-sugar, whose domes were made of gilded crusts.
Its campaniles and church towers set off the framing of Rapallo delightfully.
At last it fell into the straight, white Stelvio road, midway between two campaniles which closed either vista.
The campaniles of modern industry rise slim and tall into the air.
The faade has been restored in recent years, and is flanked by two pseudo-Romanesque towers or campaniles in the worst of taste.