Welcome to Rome!

Welcome to Rome!

Storia

A two-part journey to discover St. Peter’s Basilica, the ideal center of Christianity, the seat of Peter’s successors, the Supreme Pontiffs, the largest church ever built by the hand of man. This Basilica, born as early as the beginning of the 4th century by the Emperor Constantine, to enclose the burial of St. Peter, the prince of the Apostles, over the course of more than sixteen centuries has been made more and more beautiful and large, to arrive which today appears to our eyes with its majestic dome, with the square with its colonnade and with the wonders preserved inside. Here the devotion of many popes and the architectural and artistic genius of many men such as Bramante, Raphael, Sangallo, Michelangelo, Della Porta, Maderno and Bernini, have created a unique and unrepeatable place of beauty and grandeur.

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Visita Roma pt.1

After the previous episode dedicated to the long and fascinating history of St. Peter’s Basilica through the centuries, here is the first part of the visit to this wonderful and unique place. We have tried to discover step by step the artistic, historical and spiritual beauties of the largest Basilica in the world.
When you visit it, you are so taken by the grandeur, beauty and majesty of the place that you don’t have enough eyes to see so many beautiful and interesting details, often difficult to perceive due to the height of the same.

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Visita Roma pt.2

We resume the journey inside starting from the ambulatories and then go to the discovery of the left and right aisles. Along the way we will see the altars and monuments dedicated to the Popes that allow us to retrace the history of the Church through the centuries in the complex events linked to the various pontificates intertwined with the history of Europe and the world. All in an impressive series of absolute masterpieces inserted here since the sixteenth century to conclude our visit in front of Michelangelo’s Pietà, one of the most known and admired works of art in the world.

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