The entire space was occupied by 5 people. 1 pilot and 4 divers. All we hear is the buzzing of the little plane's engine which at about 5000 feet...
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St. Peter's Square
There were tourists clicking innumerable pictures. One thing that was missing was the hoards of sellers trying to sell little trinkets and souvenirs. It was a welcome change. Even though it is named the St. Peter’s square, it is shaped like a sphere. Around it, on the road, there were plates with the different zodiac signs. It was amusing trying to find our own signs, in the midst of the sea of people. There were artists there, trying to capture the beauty of the place. Sitting in a quaint corner, unaffected by the crowds, they would continue with their work. Unfortunately, none of the works were for sale.
St Peter's Square
The St. Peter's square where thousands await to catch a glimpse of the Pope is the perfect place to end this tour. This huge plaza right outside the St. Peters' Basilica is the center for a lot of activities in the Vatican. In the middle of it is the four-thousand-year-old Egyptian obelisk designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini. There is also a beautiful granite fountain designed by Bernini to look forward to here.