Dear Jayakrishnan,Recently I have visited Vatican. Nobody will ask you who are you or why you are there. You have to go through a Security check to Enter into St. Peter's Baslica and pay a fees to enter Sistine Chapel. You need an Italian or European visit visa to enter into Italy.
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Sent: Friday, 10 May 2013, 16:58
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Even though I born in a Catholic family, I haven't heard of any such restrictions in visiting Vatican.People visit Vatican not only as a pilgrimage, but also to see, study, research and enjoy the huge amount of Renaissance artworks in St. Peter's basilica and Sistine chapel.
Former Chief Minister Mr. Nayanaar visited Pope and gave the holy book Geetha
From: Jayakrishnan C.K
Sent: Friday, May 10, 2013 8:07 AM
Subject: [www.keralites.net] FYI
IS IT ANY RESTRICTION TO OTHER RELIGIOUS BELIEVERS TO ENTER INTO VATICAN CITY?I HEARD THAT ONLY CRISTIANS ARE ALLOWED.GIVE YOUR FEED BACKRegards,
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