He died in the 1240's and there is now a statue commemorating him located at the Leaning Tower end of the cemetery next to the Cathedral in Pisa. [With special thanks to Nicholas Farhi, an ex-pupil of Winchester College, for the picture of the statue.]
The picture of Pisa's cathedral and leaning tower is a link to more information on Pisa.
Clark Kimberling, Professor of Mathematics at Evansville University, Indiana, has a Fibonacci biography page. It shows the face of another Fibonacci statute down by the Arno river off the Via Fibonacci.
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