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Vatican palaces in the 13th century: Cappella Magna (the today Sistine Chapel)

Vatican palaces in the 13th century: Cappella Magna (the today Sistine Chapel)

The Vatican Palaces in the 13th century: in the center plan we find the Cappella Magna (today the Sistine Chapel), the Aula Prima, Secunda and Tertia, the chapel of Niccol V, the Turris Scalarum, the tower of Innocenzo and the then Basilica of Saint Peter.

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