Sunday, January 24, 2010

360 View of St. John Lateran

See St. John Lateran's Cathedral in Rome in 360 view at

The Cathedral is the Pope's "home" basilica. St. Peter's is the most famous basilica in Rome (and in the world), but the Lateran is where the Pope rules as bishop of the Eternal City: it the place where the Pope's throne resides, and it serves as the mother church of all the churches in the world.

I recommend starting with the exterior eastern view and working your way in from there.

Mirabantur omnes de his, quæ procedebant de ore Dei.

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