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The true Bramante staircase is only for a few thanks to some sistine chapel tour

The Vatican is, quite possibly, one of the places in Rome, capable of hiding many works of art, evocative and unique like the ones found inside the Vatican Museums.
One of the most picturesque corners of art is the Bramante staircase, represented in a lot of photos, but a few visible surprising that hides among other immense works such as Dali, Miro and Picasso.
Leaving the Vatican Museums you can follow the spiral staircase designed by Italian architect Giuseppe Momo was inaugurated in 1932, has a canopy at the top provides the necessary light to illuminate the stairs.
These scales are often confused with the scale of Bramante built in 1512 by Pope Julius II to connect the Belvedere Palace of Innocent VIII to the city.
The original  Bramante staircase, near the Museo Pio-Clementino, is not generally open to the public, even if they do visit specialist tours such as with this particular Sistine Chapel Tour.
Choose one of these vatican tours, you will discover the most beautiful secrets of this was that no guide can reveal. A unique way to try and see places and works of art that only a few are able to visit.

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