St Peter’s Basilica And Square!

I had visited Vatican City last year and posted some pics, but couldn’t resist putting up a few more of St Peter’s Basilica and Square. It is so humbling to stand here and think of all the history this square has lived through. The welcoming of newly appointed Popes, farewells to those past, celebrations and holy days. The square can hold up to 120 000 people, although I preferred to enjoy it on a quiet day.

For a look at last year’s pics link to Vatican City, the Basilica’s Papal Alter, the Papal Walk and St Peter’s much loved foot.

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