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    Room for Confessions – St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican (HDR Vertorama) This is another vertorama from St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican. You may wonder where all the tourists are. Well, I sent them all out to take some shots I wish I could have! This section was locked for the public.


    St Peter's Basilica, Vatican City

    St. Peter's Basilica, Vatican

    St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican

    St. Peter's Basilica

    St. Peter's Basilica at Vatican City

    St. Peter's Basilica, Vatican City

    St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican, Italy

    St. Peter's Basilica, Rome

    Vatican City ~ Basilica of St Peter's

    Vatican City ~ Basilica of St Peter's

    St. Peter's Basilica - Vatican City, Rome, Italy

    St. Peter's, Vatican

    St Peter's Basilica, The Vatican, Rome, Italy

    Ceiling detail St. Peter's Basilica. The Vatican.

    St. Peter's Cathedral - Rome (HDR)

    St. Peter's Basilica, Vatican, Italy, this would have been an exciting time to be there!

    Inside St. Peter's Basilica, Rome Italy

    Rome from St. Peter's dome, Italy

    Michelangelo’s Dome – St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican (HDR Vertorama) This is the story of a genius and a torn man. Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni was the superstar of his time. A man who earned more money than most people, unlike other artists at his time who became famous only after their death. Michelangelo was the first western artist whose biography was published while he was still alive. Being a gifted painter, sculptor, architect, poet, and engineer, his talents were only rivaled by fellow Italian Leonardo da Vinci. But all of that did not make him a happy man. He chose to lead a poor live, giving most of his money to his relatives. It is believed that he was homosexual, something that was unspeakable at that time. Michelangelo was often arrogant with others and constantly dissatisfied with himself. In 1546, Michelangelo was appointed architect of St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican, and designed its dome starting off from where some of the best architects of that time left. This was his last project. This place is extraordinary and an absolute must-see when you are in the area. I have been there twice now and I have been fascinated by the size and the beauty. The shot is an HDR vertorama that shows an angle of about 160°.