The world's largest church can hold 60,000 churches at the same time, the Catholic temple. The church was built in the sixteenth century, more than a hundred years in Wanyi. Architectural design and interior decoration embodied the efforts of a group of the most dazzling stars in the Renaissance period. For example, Michelangelo, Rafael, Bernini and others, the dome designed by Michelangelo in the church and the youth sculpture Saint Martyr, the altar and throne designed by Bernini, as well as all kinds of sculptures, reliefs, murals and saints throughout the church, are all exquisite works, so don't show flowers. The crowds of visitors to the church line up on the square every day. It's better to visit the Vatican Museum first and then the Sistine Chapel. There's a small door on the right side of the Sistine Chapel that leads directly to St. Peter's Cathedral, so you only need to line up once when you enter the museum.
St. Peter's Cathedral, also known as St. Peter's Cathedral, was built between 1506 and 1626 and is an important symbol of the Catholic Church. The church covers an area of 23,000 square meters and can accommodate more than 60,000 prayers. In the center of the church is a 42-meter-diameter vault with a ceiling of about 138 meters. The church contains frescoes and sculptures of many European Renaissance artists such as Michelangelo and Raphael. According to the Catholic Church, St. Peter's Cathedral is the burial place of St. Peter, the elder of the apostles, where most of the previous popes are buried. St. Peter's Cathedral is one of the famous Catholic pilgrimage sites, where many religious ceremonies are held every year. Inside the church, there are mainly sacred sculptures, St. Peter's chairs, the pope's altar and so on. In the basement of the church, there are the tombs of the popes of all ages. Climb the dome of the church and see a panoramic view of St. Peter's Square.
This is the biggest and most splendid church I have ever seen. It was unexpected that such a small country as the Vatican should be able to build such a quality church. Today is Thursday, not a holiday, but there are so many people visiting St. Peter's Cathedral in the Vatican. I wanted to visit the Vatican Museum. Because of the serious deviation of the bus address found on the Internet, I walked a lot of time. When I finally saw St. Peter's Cathedral in the Vatican, I thought it was the Vatican Museum. I stood in line for about 40 minutes, but I found it was the church. It was in Vatican (Italian). I didn't know the Chinese name. I asked my Taiwanese compatriots about it. Just tell me. If you only visit the inside of the church, free of charge, it's unexpected. If you want to visit the dome part of the church, climb the stairs for 6 euros and lift for 8 euros. If you are young and energetic, you should climb the stairs, because the stairs are not easy to build and when you reach the highest point, you can have a 360-degree view of the whole city of Rome, including Vatican City. Amazing!
St. Peter s Basilica Church, also known as St. Peter's Cathedral, Vatican Hall. Designed by Michelangelo, it is a Catholic monastery in the Vatican. It was built from 1506 to 1626. It is one of the most important symbols of the Catholic Church and the largest church in the world. Many Italian Renaissance architects and artists such as Donato Brahmond, Raphael, Antonio Jr. Da Sangaro have participated in the design of St. Peter's Cathedral. Three treasures in the church - "one is Michelangelo's sculpture "Notre Dame's grief" when he was 24 years old. The sadness of the Virgin Mother holding her dead son and her submission to God's will are vividly depicted in her works. The painful image of the Virgin Mary here is quite different from Michelangelo's later works. The second is Bernini's carved bronze canopy. It is supported by four spiral copper pillars, five stories high enough. On the semi-circular railing in front of Huagai, there are always 99 lanterns, and below them are the altar of the throne and the tomb of St. Peter. Only the Pope can hold Mass in front of the rising sun in front of the pilgrims on this altar. The third is the throne of St. Peter, which is also a gold-plated bronze throne designed by Bernini. Above the throne is a wooden chair with shining niches of glory and ivory ornaments. On the back of the chair are two little angels, holding the key to the Heavenly Kingdom and the triple crown of the Pope. Legend has it that this wooden chair was the true throne of St. Peter and was later certified as a gift from King Techa II of Carolina. The sculptures, paintings, murals and articles in the church are all very beautiful. I'm afraid I can't see them for a month. If I'm interested, I can find relevant documentaries and documentaries.
St. Peter's Basilica, located to the southwest of the square, was once the largest church in the world. The whole building presents a cross structure, traditional and sacred in shape. St. Peter's Church is not only magnificent in appearance, but also a treasure house of art. The cathedral is 187 meters long in East and west, 137 meters wide in North and south, and can accommodate 50,000 people. The roof and walls are decorated with paintings on the theme of the Bible, many of which are masterpieces. There are three most famous masterpieces of sculpture art. One is Michelangelo's sculpture Saint Martyr when he was 24 years old, the other is Bernini's bronze canopy, and the third is Bernini's design of St. Peter's throne. There are also the tombs of popes of all dynasties and related stories and splendid paintings. In addition, the dome vault in the center of the church is designed by Michelangelo. It has a double structure with a circumference of 71 meters. It is the highest point in the whole city of Rome. Visitors can take the elevator to climb the top and overlook the whole city of Rome. The left side of the church is guarded by Swiss Legion guards, who wear chic uniforms that remain unchanged for 500 years. Changge in their hands is also a product of the 15th century.
St. Peter's Cathedral is the Vatican's main place to visit. Many people go as early as possible. It is the world's most famous cathedral of God. The church has been to many places. When you stand in the hall, you will know what is grand. It is the world's first garden-top church. Its sculptures and murals are exquisite. There are many works of Michelangelo and Bernini, not only a Catholic pilgrimage place, but also an art paradise. Be sure to climb to the top of the building.
St. Peter's Cathedral (Basilicadi San Pietroin Vaticano), its standard name is St. Peter's Cathedral. St. Peter is a popular translation of English. Designed by Michelangelo, it is the Church of the Archdiocese of Christianity (Catholic Church), the pilgrimage site of the Archdiocese and the Vatican Pope of Rome, the world's top five churches. This is the first stop of Yiruifa's trip. The main feeling is the Renaissance masterpieces. In fact, the post office here can buy postcards and put stamps on them to send home. The most memorable value is the Vatican's postmark. Everyone must send a few more letters home, because it is easy to send them, which is the most important.
The world's largest church, built between 1506 and 1626, is an outstanding Renaissance building. Many celebrities participated in the church design. The three treasures were Michelangelo's Virgin Mother's mourning on the right side of the entrance, the second Bernini's bronze wreath in the middle, and the third Bernini's St. Peter's throne behind the wreath. The frescoes and sculptures in the church are magnificent and shocking. They are absolutely worth seeing!!!
St. Peter's Cathedral, Vatican Hall. Designed by Michelangelo, it is a Catholic monastery in the Vatican. It was built from 1506 to 1626 and is one of the important symbols of the Catholic Church. As the most outstanding Renaissance building and the largest church in the world, it covers an area of 23,000 square meters and can accommodate more than 60,000 people. The center of the church is a 42-meter-diameter dome with a ceiling of about 138 meters. In front is St. Peter's Square and Concorde Avenue. St. Peter's Cathedral is still regarded as the most sacred place of the Catholic Church. Many Italian Renaissance architects and artists have participated in the design of cathedrals. There are murals and sculptures of many European Renaissance artists such as Michelangelo and Raphael. According to the Catholic Church, St. Peter's Cathedral is the burial place of St. Peter, the elder of the apostles, where most of the previous popes are buried. St. Peter's Cathedral is one of the famous places of Catholic pilgrimage because of its ritual function. The Pope conducts many ceremonies in this place every year, including the number of people inside and outside the temple, with about 15,000 to 80,000 people participating each time. St. Peter's Cathedral is closely related to many events in Christian history, such as early Christianity, the Pope State, religious reform, anti-religious reform and so on.
The world's largest church, beyond the classic. Not only is it large in area, but it is also far more magnificent than imagination. Inside, it can be said that there is no one-inch gap in all the walls and ceiling, all of them are murals and decorations, and a lot of gold is also used. In addition, there are many coffins of the Pope in St. Peter's Cathedral.