Hardly, one can argue about the importance of the Vatican in the Christian world. The headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church and home to the Pope, it unites millions of people worldwide. Endless amount of travelers and locals regularly visit Vatican City to listen to the Pope’s address and worship the God. Many visitors, however, travel long distances to admire cultural heritage of the Vatican. From Michelangelo’s masterpieces to Raphael’s beautiful paintings, the place possesses some of the biggest treasures of art. I myself couldn’t stop admiring and taking pictures of everything while walking down long galleries of the Vatican Museums. It’s quiet natural for such a big enthusiast of photo diaries like me. But in all honesty, this Cultural Heritage of the Vatican photo diary is one of my most unprecedented collections.
The Vatican definitely enriches your aesthetic horizon and the way you look at the art. Words can’t describe your feeling when you stand in front of Michelangelo’s fresco The Last Judgment. Goosebumps cover your skin when you think about history and stories behind these masterpieces. You feel like a lucky intruder who gets one in a lifetime opportunity to see all this beauty and snap countless pictures. Photographs that you later use to create your own vision of the Vatican, your Cultural Heritage of the Vatican photo diary.
Without further ado,
HERE IS OUR CULTURAL HERITAGE OF THE VATICAN PHOTO DIARY: