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MONUMENTO À INDEPENDÊNCIA – Dos italianos Ettore Ximenes e Manfredo Manfredi, localiza-se no Museu Ipiranga às margens do Riacho de onde D. Pedro I proclamou a Independência do Brasil. Em sua cripta está instalada a Capela Imperial, construída em 1952 para abrigar os restos mortais de Dom Pedro I (embora o seu coração tenha ficado na Igreja da Lapa, no Porto), de sua primeira esposa, a imperatriz D. Leopoldina de Habsburgo, e também de sua segunda esposa, a imperatriz D. Amélia de…

Michelangelo (1475-1564) ~ Red chalk head, c.1511, British Museum, London. This beautifully drawn study of a head is possibly a preparatory Michelangelo drawing for one of the many ignudi on the Sistine Chapel ceiling. AT

Julius II (Giuliano della Rovere, Rome, Pontificate 1503-13) Julius II protected the Papal States by applying an aggressive foreign policy, to be independent of emperors and kings. He hated the French; led papal armies when Italy was invaded by French and Imperial armies. He commissioned Raphael to paint the papal apartments, and Michelangelo to paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. He was 60 years old when elected, and possessed energy, strength, and the decisiveness of a man half his…

Majolica Floor (about 1438) - Chapel Caracciolo del Sole in the Church of San Giovanni a Carbonara in Naples Decoração em Alfardon e Luzetas (influência islâmica)

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The interior's frescoes of saints and martyrs, queens, popes and emperors have now been restored at a cost of about 2.7 million euros ($3 million), funded by the Italian state and the World Monuments Fund

The Chapel at St Veran, France - watercolour painting by Wayne Roberts

The Capuchin Crypt The Capuchin Crypt, also known as The Bone Church in Rome is a collection of small six chapels underneath the Church of Santa Maria dell Concezione dei Cappuccini. This Italian church includes the Imperial Crypt which holds the skeletons of 3700 Capuchin (Catholic) friar bodies and Roman children. The skeletal remains are displayed –in varying artistic forms, including stars, crowns and crosses – as a way to remind others of the passage of life.

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Modern French Inspired Wedding with Pops of Color

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"The Baroque chapel of Rome’s Sant’Ivo alla Sapienza cathedral sets a richly ambiguous tone—at once dynamic and serene." - David Piscuskas