When you’re in Rome, one of the most visited landmark is St. Peter’s Basilica, located at Vatican City. It’s actually an Italian Renaissance church built in 16th century.
As one of main tourist’s destination, which also serves as religious place, to get inside the church you have to queue for long security inspection. We spent more than an hour on this. Thankfully the weather was not too humid, as it’s already an autumn.
But once we get inside, all of those time for waiting was forgotten. Inside of this biggest catholic church in the world, you’ll find one of the most breath taking renaissance architecture and arts ever displayed. Statues, paintings and mosaics were carved throughout its walls and ceilings. You would be forgiven to think it was a museum, rather than a holy church.
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Beautiful photos. 🙂
Hi thanks for the compliments 🙂