It is the turn of the Capitol in the special tour of the city of Rome. It is one of the most historic squares in Rome. There he led by a special staircase, the Cordonato, designed by Michael Angelos. It was used in many ways over the centuries, while today the city hall is located there. The square has a special design, as Michael Angelos, leaning on the side buildings, created the illusion that the square is wider than it actually is. The richest historical attraction to visit is the Vatican Museum. National Geografic emphasizes that “to see what is inside the Vatican, you need 12 years without sleep”. Outside the museum are the courtyard of Koukounara and the golden sphere of Arnold Pomondoro. Inside there are ancient Greek and Roman statues to adorn the corridors. Crossing the main corridor, you reach the Belvedere Courtyard. In this octagonal courtyard there are statues that are considered the most important in world history. Some of them are the Apollo of Belvedere, the river god Arnos and the Laocoon Complex. As you walk through the Vatican Museum, you will realize the majestic awe of the fantastic murals on the ceilings with the incredible mosaic floors. And after a while, you will be in the most famous church in the world, Capella Sistina. This is where the hierarchical council meets to elect the Pope each time, and the white smoke coming out of its chimney marks the success of the meeting.