Tourist Attraction in Vatican City: Piazza San Pietro
St. Peter's square is the plaza in front of the basilica of st. Peter's. To the edge of the historic centre of Rome, the square is part of the Vatican City and it is bounded to the border of the Italian State; through the neighborhood Borgo that lies to the east, the main access is through the door Angelica or via the Conciliation. The Famous Square, great example of Baroque Architecture and urbanism, is dedicated to saint and namesake is meeting point for thousands of faithful Catholics from all over the world. The area of the square is composed of two parts: the first in the form of reverse trapeze whose side biggest corresponds to the specific exterior with prospective motivations and the second, larger, oval, with the Vatican Obelisk in the center. The two large spaces are unified by an imposing colunada architravado surmounted by 140 statues, 70 right and 70 left. In the current situation, in front of the plaza real we found another space that acts as a vestibule, square, square Rusticucci today Pius XII in receiving path of via of Conciliation.