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This sculpture moved me to tears. I wasn't planning to go to St. Peter's Basilica and visited as part of package shore excursion during a Mediterranean cruise. As an art lover, I have always wanted to see this exquisite example of Micheangelo's work and this...More
It would be redundant for me to describe this incredible sculpture by Michelangelo with the same adjectives that usually and well-deservedly describe it. Therefore, I shall limit myself to say that if we look at its details (which fortunately are plain to see), we can...More
This was Michelangelo's first great work which led him to achieve more success in sculpting as time went on. It sits inside St. Peter's at the Vatican and it's now behind glass to better preserve/protect it--but none of that can hide its beauty. Spectacular marble...More
The original sculpture is in St Peter's Basilica but when we visited it was curtained off for cleaning. However, there's a copy on the Vatican Museums where you can see it up close and personal, guaranteed.
Well worth the time it takes to see this. Be patient and try get to the front to get a good view. If you are on a tour and have to keep up with the group, be sure to come back after the tour ends....More
Best Navona Suites provides a voucher for breakfast for each day of your stay that is presented to a small café about a five minute walk from your room. It is called Café Pasquino and serves a light breakfast with coffee or... More
Best Navona Suites provides a voucher for breakfast for each day of your stay that is presented to a small café about a five minute walk from your room. It is called Café Pasquino and serves a light breakfast with coffee or cappuccino and juice.