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The Sistine Chapel
By Veronica Walter

Veronica Walter
World History
Period 3rd
Mr. Van De Brake
February, 1, 2008
The Sistine Chapel has been a historic landmark for centuries attracting all walks of life to gaze at its breathe taking ceiling. From its depictions of famous scenes from the bible, to Michelangelo’s journey from start to finish the Sistine chapel is a surviving piece of remarkable history. Every detail of the Sistine chapel has made it what it still is today. The Sistine chapel is a driving force in history and impact lives both in the past and present and most definitely the future.
The Exterior of the Sistine chapel is inferior to the craftsmanship and beauty of the inside, but none the less it still has a considerable impact on what has kept it what it is today, and has some architectural value. Its frame is 134 feet long and 44 feet wide and the building towers at 68 feet. The foundation of the Sistine chapel is constructed out of brick and is adorn with typical features of the Medieval and Renaissance era.

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  This is a poetry website you know....but I have been in the same place as you. This is a really good paper...actually....but there are two typos. You say 'breathe taking'....did you mean
You also say, 'and impact lives both in the past..' (It's "impacts.")
I also didn't get 'attracting all walks of life,' which I assume a creative person would interpret as, 'attracting many, many tourists every year.' or something similar...
good luck in history, creepy, I have it in third period too.
| Posted on 2008-02-03 00:00:00 | by dancer-of-words | [ Reply to This ]

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