Vatican

Vatican City

The Vatican Museums host the most important and largest art collections in the world which include masterpieces of antiquity, from Egypt to Greece to Rome, from early Christian and medieval art to the Renaissance, from the 17th century to...
Vatican Museums: history of the museums and what to see

Vatican Museums

The Vatican Museums host the most important and largest art collections in the world which include masterpieces of antiquity, from Egypt to Greece to Rome, from early Christian and medieval art to the Renaissance, from the 17th century to contemporary art.

Sistine Chapel in the Vatican: history and description

Sistine Chapel

The Sistine Chapel is a structure belonging to the “Vatican Apostolic Palace”, a building of over 1,000 rooms which also includes the Vatican Museums and the papal apartment. Although this building is one of the 18 apostolic palaces (also papal palaces or pontifical palaces) found in Italy, mainly in Rome, today with this name only reference […]

Basilica of Saint Peter's: The Center of Christianiity in Rome

Saint Peter’s Basilica

Saint Peter’s Basilica, located in the Vatican City, is considered one of the Catholic Church’s holiest sites and foremost pilgrimage destinations, which marks the burial site of Saint Peter, Christ’s foremost apostle and the first ever pope. This is where Peter’s successor, the present pope, presides over religious rituals and celebrations.

Colosseum and Roman Forum: Guided Tour
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