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Many times by belonging to a tour group you are given preferential treatment. There is no way to skip this line, however. People who do choose to wait are permitted to touch the feet of the statue. For 500 years this has been done resulting...More
Beautiful church in Amalfi. Well worth touring to see the beautiful old artwork on the walls. Many of the paintings have had the faces cut out unfortunately. The cost to get in was three euros each. Just so awesome to see the tributes from the...More
The black statue of St. Peter, placed on the left side if you are facing the Alter, is a nice piece of art and stands out in a place which has epic art treasures including the Pieta and other marvelous statue.
This is one of...More
This is one of the more famous sculptures in St Peter's Basilica as it depicts St Peter giving his blessing with one hand while holding the keys to the kingdom of heaven in his other hand. Traditionally many first time visitors to St Peter's will...More
This is an important statue to visit inside the Basilica. This representation of St Peter allows visitors to express their thanks for leading the church and do so by kissing the foot of St. Peter. It is a beautiful statue.
This is an ancient bronze statue depicting St. Peter sitting on his chair, which symbolizes authority, holding the keys to the Kingdom of heaven. It dates back to the 13th century. You will find this statue on the right side of St. Peter's Basilica's central...More
Very popular monument inside St Peter’s Basilica. A rub of the out stretched right foot is said to represent a blessing.
We were lucky to be able to see the monument before the security guards closed off the area at c.4pm in advance of the...More