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The Sistine Chapel by moonlight

Visiting the Sistine Chapel is dog eat dog, thousands of tourists jostling to get the best point of view for photos to bring to family and friends back home. Imagine yourselves in a different scenario, at dusk, with just a few friends or family members, with no pushy strangers, enjoying one of the most beautiful rooms in the world in complete peace and quiet. Look up and think of Michelangelo, who lived like that for years in order to paint everything from the first angel’s hair to the last cloud that you are now admiring.