Sistine Chapel, Vatican City, Rome, Italy
The Sistine Chapel is best known for being the location of Papal conclaves; it is, however, the physical chapel of the Papal Chapel. At the time of Pope Sixtus IV in the late 15th century, this corporate body comprised about 200 people, including clerics, officials of the Vatican and distinguished laity. There were 50 occasions during the year on which it was prescribed by the Papal Calendar that the whole Papal Chapel should meet. Of these 50 occasions, 35 were masses, of which 8 were…
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A close up of a fragment of the west front of St Maclou Church in Rouen. The rose window is behind the tall middle gable and it is surmounted by a gable of its own. Above it some parapets, arcading, some pinnacles and a tower. With poster edges filter and Orton effect.