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When was St Peter's Basilica made?

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What city is St Peters Basilica in?

St. Peters Basilica is located in Vatican City, Rome.Vatican City is also the worlds smallest country.Find out more about St. Peter's Basilica at http://vaticanart.net/st-peters-basilica-architecture


What religion is St Peters Basilica?

St. Peter's Basilica is Christian, specifically Catholic.


What city is St Peters square in?

Saint Peter's Square is located directly in front of St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City.Find out more about St. Peter's Basilica at http://vaticanart.net/st-peters-basilica-architecture


Who finished St Peters basilica?

Michelangelo and Bernini


Is the st peters basilica renaissance architecture?

St Peters Basilica is hailed as the most glorious of all churches. It is also known as the most prominent example of renaissance architecture.


When was st peters basilica?

It was completed on November 18, 1626.


What direction is the Sistine Chapel from St Peters Basilica?

north.


What are the parts of St Peters Basilica called?

Yellow Green To The Purple


What of The work of st peters basilica showed an admiration for which cultures?

The artwork on St. Peter's Basilica shows influence from and admiration for Greek and Roman culture.


What is the height of st peters basillica?

136.57 meters (a little over 448 feet) from the floor of the basilica to the top of the external cross.Find out more about St. Peter's Basilica at http://vaticanart.net/st-peters-basilica-architecture


Is the Roman Basilica used today?

There are many Basilica's, I'm assuming you mean St Peters, Yes, I believe for tourism.


Is St. Peter Basilica the temple of Romans gods?

St Peters Basilica is the Cathedral of Catholics, so Jesus and God, most definitely not the Roman Gods.