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The Borgia Apartments are a suite of rooms in the Apostolic Palace in the Vatican, adapted for personal use by Pope Alexander VI (Rodrígo de Borgia). In the late 15th century, he commissioned the Italian painter Bernardino di Betto (Pinturicchio) and his studio to decorate them with frescos.

The Borgia Apartments are a suite of rooms in the Apostolic Palace in the Vatican.

Brooch of Pope Alexander VI (Rodrigo Borgia). XVI century. National Gallery, Washington DC

Brooch of Pope Alexander VI (Rodrigo Borgia) -- Century -- National Gallery, Washington DC

Room of Constantine (1517-1524), Vatican

Room of Constantine Vatican Museums, Raphael Frescoes, Vatican City, Rome, Italy

Bernini's last sculpture, the tomb of Pope Alexander V11 in St Peter's Basilica, Rome. 1671-1678. The leading Baroque sculptor of the age, he completed or designed hundreds of major works during his lifetime, including the famous Roman fountains, the |Piazza San Pietro and it colonnades, and the Ponte Sant' Angelo.

Gian Lorenzo Bernini’s last work in the St. Peter’s Basilica, The tomb of Pope Alexander VII, Vatican

Borgia apartments built by Pope Alexander VI, vatican

The Renaissance's Bloody (and Papal) Borgia Clan. Makes for Super-Fun Reading - Revealed Rome

Acorn Statue and Fountain, courtyard of the Vatican Museum, Vatican City

Acorn Statue and Fountain, Vatican Museum Courtyard - Vatican City, Rome, Italy

I think a look at the Borgia apartments in the Vatican would be very interesting.

Hadrian's Mausoleum, now Castel Sant'Angelo: interior, bedroom of Paul III (pope :: Branson DeCou Digital Archive

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