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... Empire and is regarded as one of the birthplaces of Western civilization. Rome also became one of the major centers of the Italian Renaissance along with Florence. Famous artists and architects, including Bramante, Michelangelo, Raphael and Bernini, made the city the center of their activity, creating masterpieces like St Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel, and St. Peter's Square. You can't take more than a few steps in any direction in Rome ...
... in the papal apartment, from which point a banner was draped, and waited for the appointed hour. A few minutes before noon, the crowd's anticipation became more evident, with chants of "Papa, Papa!" resounding throughout the square. Several large video monitors provided live coverage of the crowd, with close-ups of the pope during his 15-minute appearance.
Following his recital of the Regina Coeli ("Queen of Heaven”), an ancient hymn of ...
... for Suzie's first on/off bus ride, but not before we show some Irish pride! We boarded the bus and started our sight seeing tour! We got off at the Vatican to do a little shopping!! Several hours later after retrieving our goodies which had been blessed by the Pope we headed back to the hotel for a quick change of clothes as ...
... road going west and east. This divided the city into four quadrants or quarters. This is where we get, like in New Orleans, the French Quarter. Atop the gate they have crenellations, which are gaps on top of the wall that allow for archers to shoot.
We next walked up the Aventine Hill, which is one of the seven hills of Rome. We made our way up to the Church of Sant'Anselmo all'Aventino. This is a Benedictine study. It ...
... the structures take the shape of the old stadium. Then Claudio took us to see Michelangelo's "Moses" which was in St. Peter's In Chains Basilica. An unreal work of art which he did when he was 65 years old. Truly amazing and considered his best work. Then off to the Vatican. The line to get in reaches a mile long and the streets were crowded with people. Claudio had our entrance already arranged and we went straight in. It is quite amazing the riches ...