Building Layout

The museum house is decorated with magnificent halls and galleries in the Palazzo Apostolico Vaticano’s palace. Let us know about the layout one by one such as Museo Pio-Clementino, Museo Gregoriano-Etrusco, Stanza della Segnatura, The Vatican Pinacoteca and Cappella Sistina.

Museo Pio-Clementino

Greek and Roman sculptures are the most wonderful, such as Venus of Cnidus, Sleeping Ariadne, Appool Belvedere, Laocoon and Male Torso.Click Here For More.

Museo Gregoriano-Etrusco

The collection before the fourth century B.C. is dominated by the works of Pegasus made of red earth in the fifth century B.C., the bronze “Teddy’s God of war” in Ituria in the seventh century B.C., and the “Black-Figure Amphora” in the fourth century B.C.

Stanza della Segnatura

The “School of Athens”, known as the ceiling frescoes, are the works of Rafael at the age of 25. The works of Stanza di Eliodoro focus on the themes of divinity and miracle, and the “Expulsion of Heliodorus from the Temple” depicts the plunder of Jerusalem.Click Here For More.

The Vatican Pinacoteca

The Vatican Pinacoteca is a newly established department in the Vatican Museum of art, and has many works of famous painters.

Cappella Sistina

Michelangelo’s peak paintings “Genesis” and “The Last Judgment” are treasures of the town hall. There are twelve murals on both sides of the rectangular worship hall, six on the left depicting the life of Moses, the Savior of Israel; six on the right depicting the life of Jesus; and the “Genesis” on the ceiling depicting the process of God’s creation of the world.