A Selection Of Images Taken At The Vatican Museum!

As a child of the African soil and barefoot tradition, I have always craved the sites and history of ancient Europe, the Basilicas and Cathedrals, the Monuments and the works of the Master Artists. Given an opportunity therefore to take in the sites of the Vatican Museum was incredibly significant to me. Every moment savoured, every item admired, I am in awe of the magnitude, history and preservation. Here are a very pics taken, coupled with a recommendation to find a way to walks these halls yourself.

One of the many frescos – no photos are allowed in the Sistene Chapel.

Sunlight through one of the domes. 

I really felt for this guy.

Mosaic floors.

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The Incidental Tourist is a Personal Travel Blog of a conscious traveller with a deep love for Africa, its people and the environment.

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