Sistine Chapel - "because the artist Michelle created the painting treasures "Genesis" and "The Last Judgment" here. The roof "Genesis" covers an area of 300 square meters and consists of nine central pictures, which depict the process of God's creation of the world. The doomsday judgment is on the front wall, full of despair and gloom. The picture depicts Christ gathering all the people before him at the end of the world to distinguish good from evil. Oil painting on the roof of the Sistine Chapel - Genesis artists express their feelings of love and hatred by distinguishing good from evil through God. When Michelangelo wrote, he worked very hard and refused all his assistants. As a result of long-term painting on his back, his neck is stiff, leading to unable to walk normally upright body, reading letters should be placed on the top of his head. Goethe once commented, "People who have never been to the Sistine Chapel cannot understand what a person can do. Originally the Pope's court, the museum was later transformed into the Vatican National Museum. It mainly collects works of art, most of which are the essence of Renaissance art, such as the "Genesis" and "Last Judgment" created by Michelangelo. Meanwhile, for archaeologists, the collection of ancient Greek and Roman cultural relics in the museum is also worth studying. Of course, in addition to the collection, the museum's own architectural style is also commendable.
There are many museums and cultural relics in Europe, which are closely related to the early aggression of European countries. Although it was obtained by means of less than impartial means, it must be said that their protection of these cultural relics is indeed very good. In Italy, I first visited the Vatican Museum in Rome and then the Uffiz Gallery in Florence. Before departure, I did a little homework, from the well-known "Gu Ye" micro-blog micro-letters to quickly complement the characteristics and highlights of European works during the Renaissance, and also watched the BBC documentary about the three outstanding Renaissance. In addition, the pocket guide app, which is pre-installed on the mobile phone, is also used in the course of the tour. It is a very useful tool to understand the story behind each work in the exhibition hall through the voice explanation in the course of the tour. The Vatican Museum has six kilometers of exhibition space. It ranks second only to the British Museum in Europe and the Louvre Palace in Paris. It was originally located in the palaces of Renaissance Pope Julius II, Northen VIII and Sitter IV. The rest of the additional buildings were built in the 18th century. The relics and art on display are priceless treasures of the Pope. 。 The renowned Stanze di Raffaello and Capella Sistina are among them, and the two Renaissance saints, Rafael and Michelangelo, have contributed nearly 10 years to the Vatican Museum.
After getting off the bus and following the crowd, I met a kind Italian girl on the way. Although she didn't buy her map, she showed me the way enthusiastically. The main entrance of the museum is very small and its appearance is not impressive, but its interior is very spacious and its exhibits are very rich. If you have a better understanding of European history and religious history, you will not be able to look around. Take the guide map, borrow the interpreter, or in the octagonal courtyard in two circles to find the next destination. Photographs can be taken in most places in museums, but not in a few such as the Sistine Chapel. Online ticket purchasing saves a lot of time. If you follow the route suggested by the museum, you won't go back. When you go out, you must experience a revolving staircase. Because the museum is very close to St. Peter's Cathedral, it is appropriate to arrange these two attractions one day.
The queue at the door is absolutely tormenting, especially under the sun. Don't take care of the people rushing out of the line to buy tickets. You can buy tickets online if you want to avoid queuing. There are too many people in the Sistine courtyard, especially overcrowded. Most of the cases can only be seen roughly with the flow of people. It's better to travel off-season, otherwise I'm too sorry for the 16 Euros ticket.
Enter directly, and the team will wait outside for an appointment. Buy tickets on the 2nd floor, then rent voice. It's better to bring a headset at home (lest you buy 1.5 Euro/piece on the spot). Walk along the map and listen. When you come out, the voice is inserted directly into the bucket of the exit. It's very fast.
Must go, but really want to rent a wheelchair, feet and waist pain, the museum is very large, divided into many areas, all kinds of museums, I came by subway, live near the wishing pool, out of the subway there are ticket points, tickets can be bought, is the Vatican Museum tickets, out of the subway station followed by the crowd directly, along the way there will be many guides ask you need not lead into the museum introduction, Ki. This can not be ignored, because it can rent voice commentary, there is Chinese, and if two people go together basically just rent one, if you have to bring a headset, ordinary headphones on the line, 7 Euros one.
For a trip that is almost walk-by-walk, the official recommended Vatican Museum tour route is quite strenuous, and it's good luck to take only a short turnaround. The explosion of visitor shelters makes the world-famous Museum look grounded. It also took nearly four hours to visit at a normal speed. If you are interested in the history of European history and art, or even the history of world history and art, the Vatican Museum is worth visiting.
Amazingly, there are treasures everywhere. If you don't care, you will pass the treasure of an artistic giant's town hall. Museums are crowded all year round, but in winter there will be fewer people and no special booking is needed. But in spring, summer and autumn, we must spend four more euros on the Internet to book tickets, otherwise we will queue up for two hours. The library is huge. It is suggested to ask for a tour map from the reception desk after entering the library and visit each room in sequence. You can rent a Chinese voice interpreter for 7 Euros, which is much more labor-saving than you think.
There was a long line in front of the Vatican Museum at least half an hour before the museum left. Although the Vatican Museum is not as big as the British Museum, there are many collections, and it takes almost a day to scan them in a hurry. Many of the previous strategies mentioned that visits can treat cervical spondylosis, indeed! Many roofs and corridors are decorated with exquisite paintings; among the collections, sculptures are the most. Like other museums, mummies are also collected here.