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Visit to Rome
Inside the Colosseo
The Arch of Constantine
Fabrizio Bridge on the River Tiber
Piazza del Popolo
Trevi Fountain at night
St. Angelo Castle
Basilica of St.Peter
Inside the Basilica
Papal Altar and Canopy of Bernini
Details of the canopy
Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel
Hall of Statues
Hall of Maps
Vatican Apostolic Library
Pope John XXIII
Staircase to the Vatican Museum
Panorama from the Basilica
Fountain at St.Peter’s Square
The Pope’s Swiss Guards
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