Virtual visit to the Sistine Chapel

Among the new interactive with which we have in recent years and are gaining popularity, we find virtual tours to places of tourist attraction. This time we enter into the Sistine Chapel and discover the highlights of one of the most precious treasures of the Vatican City. Sistine Chapel in its interior has one of the most valuable jewels that are in the Vatican City. It is a true masterpiece under the responsibility of the painter Michelangelo whose other works we see on the walls, murals and frescoes decorating the vaults, responsible for a variety of classic artistic creations that have endured as part of an invaluable cultural heritage.

Sistine Chapel from outside

Sistine Chapel from outside

Sistine Chapel spiral staircase

Sistine Chapel spiral staircase

If you cannot travel to the Vatican to witness the historic beauty of the Sistine Chapel then it is best to go to a virtual visit to browse around the huge complex from the comfort of your computer. This online service has been made possible by the efforts and dedication of a professional photographic display that in a period of two years has brought together thousands of panoramic images of the site and projects them on a tour of 360 degrees and at high definition so the vision of the spaces is twenty times higher than a photograph with a camera would achieve with more than twelve megapixels.

Sistine Chapel

Sistine Chapel

Sistine Chapel Michelangelo

Sistine Chapel Michelangelo

On the virtual tour of the Sistine Chapel we can view everything about each room, look at works of art, paintings and even the details of floors, walls, roof and others. Sesta visit is a three dimensional projection in a digital format that promises to lead you near and real. Anyone interested can go to the official website of the Sistine Chapel and start their virtual tour.

Sistine Chapel walls

Sistine Chapel walls

Sistine Chapel photos: natasha smith, Chywe Devinna, irishforeigner, Matthew Clemente, John Loney.

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