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The best tours to visit Rome (and skip the lines)

It’s love at first sight. Yes, we know how it happens: Rome is one of the most courted cities in the world. It’s easy to understand why: … 389 more words


SACI Alumna Reed Hudson (Fall 2015-Spring 2016) Lands Internship at the Vatican Museums

Shortly after completing SACI’s Post-Bac in Conservation Program, SACI alumna Reed Hudson (Fall 2015-Spring 2016) landed an important internship at the Vatican Museums in Rome. 291 more words

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School of Athens by Raphael

Another masterpiece of the Renaissance is School of Athens by Raphael, which depicts some of the greatest thinkers in fields like science, mathematics, geography, philosophy and more from antiquity. 85 more words


The keys to the Vatican’s masterpieces

Gianni Crea was born in Rome 45 years ago. Every morning, at sunrise, he walks into the room where the 2,797 keys to the Vatican Museums are stored. 360 more words


Roaming in Rome: the Vatican

While I do have some scruples about including the Vatican in my series about Rome—since it technically is not a part of Rome—I think excluding it would be paying too much attention to official opinion at the expense of geographic fact. 5,013 more words


Vatican Museums help restore art, economy in earthquake-ravaged region

If you have had the privilege of visiting the Vatican Museums in Rome, you know the feeling of being awed by the artistic masterpieces and historic treasures on display. 252 more words


Why you should go to Rome

My last (and first!) post, I asked the collective you: If you could move anywhere in the world, where would you go? I’m pretty sure our answer to this question — Hawaii obv — is closely related to another question we asked ourselves just last year, which right now seems like days of yore. 859 more words

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