Saturday, October 28, 2006

A side chapel and an altar, and then from the graves under St, Peter's:

The sepulchre of Pope John Paul the 23rd and that of St. Peter the Apostle.

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mar said...

The line to visit the Pope's sepulchre was way too long the day we were there. Nice to see your pictures! said...

the art is astounding

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

FANTASTIC, Judy....You know these pictures give me such a feeling of the "place"...more, in a strange way than any other pictures I have seen before.
Did you get any pictures of the Doors By Giacamo Manzu? He was a fantastic Italian sculptor and also did a death mask of Pope John The 23rd....There was a wonderful book about the relationship of these two men, "The Artist And The Pope? very interesting...!
ANYWAY, I love this series of pictures of yours, a lot!!!

Oh, and btw: Michele sent me today!

But you know I'm here a whole lot and happily so, I might add!

ET said...

I saw the Pieta at the '65 World's Fair. It was enhancing.